watercolour , dated 1835, inscribed on reverse. 9ins x 12ins
Cooke visited Oxford several times to see a friend whose father was a miller. He painted several mills around Oxford.
Cooke was a talented watercolourist and during the early 1830's it was his principal medium. He later turned more and more to oils
with which he established his career and fame.
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