20 September 2016
PROPERTY FROM THE ROSEBROOK COLLECTION
American School after George Cooke, 19th Century
The City of Washington from Beyond the Navy Yard
oil on canvas
35 x 50 in.
Wayne Pratt, Inc., Woodbury, Connecticut, May 1997
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Johanna McBrien, "A Sense of Place," Antiques and Fine Art (Winter/Spring 2009), p. 204.
This work was made after an 1833 painting of the same name by George Cooke (1793-1849). Cooke's painting was subsequently engraved by William James Bennett (1787-1844) and published in New York in 1834.
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