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Painter, copperplate engraver, b. 1740 - d. 1814

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      • Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). New Forest, 1807, pencil on paper & 1 other
        Aug. 16, 2023

        Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). New Forest, 1807, pencil on paper & 1 other

        Est: £150 - £200

        Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). New Forest, 1807, pencil on paper & 1 other * Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). Trees in the New Forest, 1807, pencil on buff laid paper, with watermark Pietro Miliani Fabriano, titled and dated New Forest Aug 19 1807 lower centre, some toning and foxing, small break to upper right corner, sheet size 37 x 29.2 cm (14 1/2 x 11 1/2 ins), window mounted (51.5 x 45 cm), later title labels on verso, and pencilled annotation Sotheby London 1970, pencilled number 2516, and label with 211273 in blue ink, together with Richmond, pencil on cream wove paper, titled in brown ink lower centre, toned with foxing (mainly to sky area), sheet size 25.8 x 36 cm (10 1/8 x 14 1/8 ins), window mounted (44 x 52.5 cm) QTY: (2)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). New Forest, 1807, pencil on paper & 1 other
        Jul. 20, 2023

        Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). New Forest, 1807, pencil on paper & 1 other

        Est: £200 - £300

        Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). New Forest, 1807, pencil on paper & 1 other * Attributed to Richard Cooper, Junior (1740-1822). Trees in the New Forest, 1807, pencil on buff laid paper, with watermark Pietro Miliani Fabriano, titled and dated New Forest Aug 19 1807 lower centre, some toning and foxing, small break to upper right corner, sheet size 37 x 29.2 cm (14 1/2 x 11 1/2 ins), window mounted (51.5 x 45 cm), later title labels on verso, and pencilled annotation Sotheby London 1970, pencilled number 2516, and label with 211273 in blue ink, together with Richmond, pencil on cream wove paper, titled in brown ink lower centre, toned with foxing (mainly to sky area), sheet size 25.8 x 36 cm (10 1/8 x 14 1/8 ins), window mounted (44 x 52.5 cm) QTY: (2)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Richard Cooper, Jnr, British 1740-c.1814 Couple in a woodland;
        Nov. 16, 2022

        Richard Cooper, Jnr, British 1740-c.1814 Couple in a woodland;

        Est: £200 - £300

        Richard Cooper, Jnr, British 1740-c.1814 Couple in a woodland; pencil on paper, signed 'R. Cooper' (upper right), 15.3 x 18.6 cm., together with eight further sketches by the artist, variously signed and inscribed, 29.9 x 22.6 cm. and smaller, a book of six engravings by Cooper, published 30 May 1799, 23 x 27 cm., and a book of 15 pencil sketches of Rome by an unknown Italian artist, 28 x 43.5 cm., eleven (11), (unframed). Provenance: Collection of William Drummond.; Private Collection, UK. Note: For comparison, see the artist's album of drawings which sold at Sotheby's, London, 6 July 2010, lot 213 ( £13,750). Cooper Junior was the son of the engraver Richard Cooper (c.1696-1764). Born in Edinburgh, he trained under his father until 1758, and was then in Paris studying under the French engraver Jacques Philippe Le Bas (1707-1783). By 1761 he was living in London and exhibiting drawings and engravings at the Society of Artists. During the early 1760s he toured Spain but by 1786 he had returned to England to take up the position of drawings master at Eton College. Cooper then travelled to Italy in 1771 and was not to return until 1778. Information relating to his Grand Tour is sparse. He is understood to have been acquainted with fellow Scot Jacob More (1740-1793) whilst in Rome. He apparently enjoyed the patronage of Sir William Hamilton (1731-1803) whilst in Naples, and there are references to him travelling with a Thomas Merriman between 1771 and 1772. Upon his return to Britain Cooper settled in Charles Street, Westminster and married Frances Ramsay. He exhibited work at the Royal Academy between 1778 and 1809 and was drawing master to the Prince Regent's daughter, Prince Charlotte (1796-1817).

        Roseberys
      • A Collection of Grand Tour Views
        Jul. 09, 2021

        A Collection of Grand Tour Views

        Est: £300 - £500

        A Collection of Grand Tour Views A collection of Grand Tour views Including works by or attributed to Mauritius Lowe (fl. 1769-1793), Paul Sandby Munn (1773-1845), Conrad Martin Metz (1755-1827), William Pars (1742-1782), Richard Cooper (1740-1814), and other hands various media various sizes All unframed (10) PROVENANCE Three works formerly in the collection of Leonard Gordon Duke (1890-1971), his collection number and notes written verso

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Richard Cooper Jnr. (1740-1814), Italian landscape with ruined temple and figures, pen and brown ink on paper, 16 x 18.5cm
        Jun. 29, 2021

        Richard Cooper Jnr. (1740-1814), Italian landscape with ruined temple and figures, pen and brown ink on paper, 16 x 18.5cm

        Est: £300 - £400

        Richard Cooper Jnr. (1740-1814) Italian landscape with ruined temple and figures pen and brown ink on paper

        Gorringes
      • Inkunabeln der Lithographie - Cooper, Richard
        Nov. 09, 2019

        Inkunabeln der Lithographie - Cooper, Richard

        Est: €150 - €300

        (Edinburgh 1740 - nach 1814), Flußlandschaft mit Baumgruppe am Wasser. Federlithographie auf Velin. Sign. und dat. (1802). Plattenmaß: 23,4 x 33 cm; Blattmaß: 24,5 x34 cm. - Auf Trägerkarton montiert. (49) - Aufseesser 2. Man 4. - Schöner, kräftiger Abzug dieser Inkunabel der englischen Lithographie.

        Zisska & Lacher
      • RICHARD COOPER (SCOTTISH 1740-1822)
        Mar. 06, 2019

        RICHARD COOPER (SCOTTISH 1740-1822)

        Est: £150 - £250

        RICHARD COOPER (SCOTTISH 1740-1822) Trees on a bank signed upper right, R Cooper Pencil 19.5 x 30.5 cm (7.75 x 12 in) Provenance: P & D Colnaghi & Co. Ltd., Old Bond Street, London; John Baskett, New Bond Street, London

        Chiswick Auctions
      • * Cooper (Richard, 1740-1814). Italian hill landscape,
        Oct. 05, 2017

        * Cooper (Richard, 1740-1814). Italian hill landscape,

        Est: £150 - £200

        sepia and Indian ink on paper, Heather Newman Gallery label to verso, 12 x 8cm (4.75 x 3.75ins), framed and glazed - Quantity (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • After Richard Cooper (1740-c.1814) British. 'A View of the Port and City of Messina in the Islands of Sicily', engraving, Unframed, overall 12.25" x 17.75", together with six other engravings by various hands, seven (7).
        Oct. 12, 2016

        After Richard Cooper (1740-c.1814) British. 'A View of the Port and City of Messina in the Islands of Sicily', engraving, Unframed, overall 12.25" x 17.75", together with six other engravings by various hands, seven (7).

        Est: £30 - £50

        After Richard Cooper (1740-c.1814) British. 'A View of the Port and City of Messina in the Islands of Sicily', engraving, Unframed, overall 12.25" x 17.75", together with six other engravings by various hands, seven (7).

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • RICHARD COOPER (BRITISH 1740-c.1814) Sunset mounta
        Oct. 07, 2015

        RICHARD COOPER (BRITISH 1740-c.1814) Sunset mounta

        Est: £50 - £70

        RICHARD COOPER (BRITISH 1740-c.1814) Sunset mountain landscape with sailing boats on a lake, signed with initials, watercolour, 7 x 11.5cm

        Mallams
      • Richard Cooper (British, c. 1740-1814)
        Dec. 13, 2014

        Richard Cooper (British, c. 1740-1814)

        Est: $400 - $600

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        Aspire Auctions Fine Art & Antiques
      • Thornton. Richard Cooper (1740-c.1814) - Pitcher Plant,
        Jul. 24, 2014

        Thornton. Richard Cooper (1740-c.1814) - Pitcher Plant,

        Est: £300 - £500

        Thornton. Richard Cooper (1740-c.1814) - Pitcher Plant, after Reinagle for Dr. Robert Thornton's Temple of Flora, original hand-coloured aquatint, 1803, Thornton, 520 x 420mm. (20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in), unframed.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Richard Cooper Jr (c.1740-1814) - A group of three drawings,
        Jul. 24, 2014

        Richard Cooper Jr (c.1740-1814) - A group of three drawings,

        Est: £400 - £600

        Richard Cooper Jr (c.1740-1814) - A group of three drawings, two landscapes, one in pen and ink with wash, the other in pencil, with a pencil study of the Flight into Egypt, all signed, v.s., 12.5 x 18.5cm (5 x 7 1/4 in) to 23.5 x 36cm (9 1/4 x 14 1/8 in), unframed (3)

        Dreweatts 1759
      • RICHARD COOPER
        Jul. 06, 2010

        RICHARD COOPER

        Est: £8,000 - £12,000

        RICHARD COOPER EDINBURGH C. 1740-C. 1817 LONDON AN ALBUM FROM A CONTINENTAL GRAND TOUR including two-hundred and seventeen views of Italy, including Venice, Rome, The Tiber, St. Peter's, Cardinal Albano's Villa, Raphael's Villa, Naples, Vesuvius and Tivoli ; one-hundred and twelve views of England, including Kew Palace, Windsor Castle, Burlington House, Chiswick, Richmond Hill, Plymouth and Eastbourne, nineteen views of Scotland, including The Clyde, and Loch-End near Edinburgh amongst others Quantity: 362 Various media including: brown wash, pen and brown ink, pen and black ink, red chalk, watercolour, pencil, and soft ground etching, bound in a nineteenth century red leather and gold stamped album; two-hundred and ninety-three signed Richard Cooper or RC , five works by other hands largest 266 by 37 mm

        Sotheby's
      • Richard Cooper (1740-1814) Trees on a bank 7.75 x 12in.
        Dec. 10, 2009

        Richard Cooper (1740-1814) Trees on a bank 7.75 x 12in.

        Est: £100 - £150

        Richard Cooper (1740-1814) pencil drawing Trees on a bank signed, John Baskett and Colnaghi labels verso, 7.75 x 12in.

        Gorringes
      • Richard Cooper (the younger) (British, circa 1740-1814) 24 x 37cm and a view of Borrowdale by Edmund Becker (active 1780-1810) (2)
        Nov. 17, 2009

        Richard Cooper (the younger) (British, circa 1740-1814) 24 x 37cm and a view of Borrowdale by Edmund Becker (active 1780-1810) (2)

        Est: £200 - £300

        Drover and mules at a river crossing Signed 'R.Cooper' Monochrome pen,ink and wash over traces of pencil 24 x 37cm and a view of Borrowdale by Edmund Becker (active 1780-1810) (2)

        Bonhams
      • Richard Cooper (the younger) (British, circa 1740-1814) Views of Rome and Environs Aquatints, 1778-78, twelve from the series, printed in sepia, on laid, published by the artist, 400 x 520mm (15 3/4 x 20 1/2in)(PL) 12 unframed
        Jul. 14, 2009

        Richard Cooper (the younger) (British, circa 1740-1814) Views of Rome and Environs Aquatints, 1778-78, twelve from the series, printed in sepia, on laid, published by the artist, 400 x 520mm (15 3/4 x 20 1/2in)(PL) 12 unframed

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        Views of Rome and Environs Aquatints, 1778-78, twelve from the series, printed in sepia, on laid, published by the artist, 400 x 520mm (15 3/4 x 20 1/2in)(PL) (12) (unframed)

        Bonhams
      • RICHARD COOPER (BRITISH, 1740-1814)
        Sep. 28, 2008

        RICHARD COOPER (BRITISH, 1740-1814)

        Est: £600 - £1,000

        RICHARD COOPER (BRITISH, 1740-1814) A Ruined Temple with Figures pen and brown ink 6¼ in. x 7¼ in. (16 x 18.4 cm.)

        Christie's
      • ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARD COOPER (1740-1814) Two pen
        Jun. 25, 2008

        ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARD COOPER (1740-1814) Two pen

        Est: £100 - £200

        ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARD COOPER (1740-1814) Two pen and wash sketches of architectural ornament on one sheet of paper, framed; a further group of five sketches of English landscapes including Stonehenge and two other architectural drawings, framed (4).

        Mallams
      • RICHARD COOPER JNR (1740 - 1814), 'View in Italy',
        Jul. 29, 2007

        RICHARD COOPER JNR (1740 - 1814), 'View in Italy',

        Est: £100 - £200

        RICHARD COOPER JNR (1740 - 1814), 'View in Italy', pencil and watercolour on paper', 42cm x 26cm, framed.

        Lots Road Auctions
      • Richard Cooper the Younger (British, 1740-1814)
        Mar. 23, 2004

        Richard Cooper the Younger (British, 1740-1814)

        Est: £250 - £350

        Ruins of the Temple of Minerva Medica, Rome, signed underneath, sepia, 12 x 21.5 cm.

        Bonhams
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