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192

Robert Cleveley

A beached boat at Dover, a Picnic in preparation

Estimate:

1,200

to
- 1,800 GBP

Robert Cleveley

Robert Cleveley

A beached boat at Dover, a Picnic in preparation

A beached boat at Dover, a Picnic in preparation

Estimate:

1,200

to
- 1,800 GBP

Lot sold:

1,512

GBP

Robert Cleveley

Deptford 1747-1809 Dover

A beached boat at Dover, a Picnic in preparation


Watercolour with pen and grey ink over pencil;

signed, inscribed and dated on the body of the boat: RCleveley Dover 1790

143 by 232 mm.

The work is well presented and in a very good state of preservation.


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With The Richard Ivor Gallery, London;
with John Spink, London