Arts / Art- History / Nicholas Pocock 1740  1821 by David Cordingly David Cordingly Conway Maritime Press 1986, brown  hardcover with gilt lettering to spine, decorative dust jacket, approximately 190 x 245 mm tall, 120 pages including index, black and white photographic illustrations throughout,  full-page colour plates. Synopsis: A detailed study of the life and work of Nicolas Pocock, self taught marine artist who exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1782, and  co-illustrator of  Nelson's official biography . Black and white and colour illustrations support the text. Condition: very clean and good overall. used books
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  • Book Title: Nicholas Pocock 1740 1821
  • Author: David Cordingly
  • ISBN: 085177377X
  • Publisher: Conway Maritime Press
  • Year Published: 1986
  • Status: Sold - We are currently out of stock for this title

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