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6 September 1836 -- 13 October 1893, Victorian-era artist.

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Here are all the paintings of Richard Cosway 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
43813 A Gentleman Richard Cosway A Gentleman 6,4 x 5,1 cm
62302 A Lady c Richard Cosway A Lady c 4,4 x 4,1 cm Art Museum, Cincinnati The minature is set in a tortoise shell box with ilt mounts
43820 Miss Franks Richard Cosway Miss Franks c. 1790 Watercolour on ivory, 1,9 x 1,6 cm
83017 Portrait of the Marchioness of Queenston Richard Cosway Portrait of the Marchioness of Queenston 1788(1788) Medium Oil on paper Dimensions 8.9 x 7.6 cm (3.5 x 3 in) 3.5 x 3 in cyf
97534 Portrait of Victoria Richard Cosway Portrait of Victoria 1832(1832) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 91.4 x 71.4 cm cyf
44596 Sarah Siddons as Tragedy Richard Cosway Sarah Siddons as Tragedy mk173 ca.1785 Pencil and gray washes on paper 23.2x17.2cm

Richard Cosway
English Rococo Era Miniaturist, 1742-1821,Painter, draughtsman, dealer and collector. Probably the son of a schoolmaster, he showed a precocious talent for drawing and studied at Shipley's Drawing School in the Strand, where he won several prizes. He attended the Richmond House academy, set up by Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of Richmond, where he met Giovanni Battista Cipriani. He first exhibited at the Society of Artists in 1760, showing there again between 1767 and 1779. He also showed at the Free Society of Artists between 1761 and 1766. In 1769 he entered the Royal Academy Schools, becoming an ARA in 1770, when he began to exhibit at the Academy, and RA the following year. In 1781 Cosway married the Anglo-Florentine artist Maria Cosway, n?e Hadfield, and they moved in 1784 to Schomberg House, Pall Mall, which became a centre for fashionable London society. In 1786 he made a brief visit to Paris and in 1791 he moved to a larger house in Stratford Place, London.
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