Person    | Male  Born 29/4/1783  Died 7/6/1859

David Cox

Categories: Art

Landscape painter. Born near Birmingham. Came to London in 1804 as a theatre scenery painter. He was a teacher and wrote some influential instruction books. A very successful water colour painter. Died at home in Birmingham. His son of the same name was also a water-colourist.

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David Cox, 1783 - 1859, artist, lived here. London County Council

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