See catalog by V. G. R. Rienaecker (1953).
John Sell Cotman (16 May 1782 – 24 July 1842), was an artist of the Norwich school and an associate of John Crome. He was born in Norwich, England and worked mainly in watercolour, but also produced architectural etchings. He spent virtually all his life in England, apart from three trips to Normandy financed by rich patrons. He moved to London at the age of sixteen, and was based there for the rest of his life, although he travelled and painted extensively in Yorkshire.
The British Museum in London, England has a large collection of Cotman's works, as do the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Norwich Castle Museum in Norwich. Cotman's name is used as a trademark by Winsor & Newton for a range of artist's watercolour materials.
Cotman's arcadian dreamland: a large display of some of John Sell Cotman's finest watercolours, shown at the Bowes Museum in the summer, has just opened at Harewood House, Together with a related book, it brings the artist's arrival at creative maturity into finer focus.(Exhibitions)
Sep 01, 2005; In the summer of 1803 the twenty-two-year-old John Sell Cotman visited the north of England in the company of his fellow...
It's in the Nature of Things ; John Sell Cotman's Watercolours Don't Just Map Nature, They Clarify It, Says Tom Lubbock. and That's Why the First Exhibition of His Work in 20 Years Makes for Essential Viewing
Apr 02, 2002; The grass is green. The river is blue. The trunk is brown. The leaves are green. The sky is blue. The clouds are white. You can...