David Cox (1783-1859)
A terrace with figures in seventeenth century costume
Signed and dated l.l.: David Cox. 1836, watercolour over pencil with scratching out
18 x 26 cm
In the summer of 1836 Cox spent a few weeks at Rowsley, painting at Haddon Hall. He made several watercolours of elegant figures in seventeenth century costume strolling on the terrace there to which the present work relates. Although the present work does not appear to be of Haddon, it fits in with this period of his oeuvre.