Cotman


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Cotman

(ˈkɒtmən)
n
(Biography) John Sell. 1782–1842, English landscape watercolourist and etcher
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"Cotman's bank--the last Cotman died out of the firm before we were born.
Some of its greatest achievements, the best works of J S Cotman, came in the first decade of the century, but they were not recognised at the time and Cotman died in obscure poverty.
EXERCISE: Those who pump iron live longer and score higher on mental agility tests, says Dr Carl Cotman of the University of California.
Two new watercolour rooms have been created to display paintings by Turner (who first visited Harewood in 1797), Girtin, Varley, Malton, John Sell Cotman and others.
Also included are some by the artists' contemporaries such as George Stubbs, John Sell Cotman, John Crome and Francis Danby who, similarly lured by the great outdoors, had taken to sketching and painting in the openair.
These others are well represented on the walls: Backhuysen, Van de Velde, Pocock, de Loutherbourg, Boninston, Cotman, Callcott and Stanfield.
His second was a fierce rising drive over the head of keeper Aljaz Cotman. But Wolves hit back on 58 minutes with a cracking goal from Sam Winnall, who powered home a header following a pinpoint cross from Sam Whittall.
"Meanwhile work by English artists included Blake, Girtin, Cotman, Cox and Turner."
"The European strategy is producing results but we have not yet achieved all our objectives," commented Slovenia's Labour Minister Marjeta Cotman, who chaired the Council of employment and social policy ministers on 29 February.
Cotman, Constable and the wonderful Birmingham painter David Cox loved shadows and watched them accompany themselves as they were going home.
Cotman, and their colleagues at the University of California, Irvine (UCI).