14 July 1998
John Sell Cotman (1782-1842)
Postock Grove: cattle grazing on the banks of a river
signed 'J.S. Cotman' and numbered '1046' (lower right)
pencil, grey and brown wash
7 x 10.7/8 in. (19.7 x 27.7 cm.)
The Peto Family, Yarmouth, and thence by descent to S. Arthur Peto. Sotheby's London, 19 March 1981, lot 97, (3,960) as 'Postock Grove'.
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London, Tate Gallery, 7th April-9th July 1922, no. 3, lent by Mrs S. Arthur Peto.
London, Leger Galleries, February-March 1946, no. 31.
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