19th century military portrait
19th century English school Portrait military officer Colonel John Cockerell.
military portrait
19th century English school Portrait military officer Colonel John Cockerell.
19th century English school Portrait military officer Colonel John Cockerell.
19th century English school Portrait military officer Colonel John Cockerell.
19th century English school Portrait military officer Colonel John Cockerell.

19th century English school Portrait military officer Colonel John Cockerell.

Regular price £3,995.00 Sale

Early 19th century English school Portrait of Colonel John Cockerell, half-length, in uniform, oval. There is an old paper backing with inscriptions verso. oil on canvas, housed in gilt frame.
The size overall is 77 x 90 cm (H) whilst the painting is 58 x 71 cm
Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long association with Sezincote in Gloucestershire
Painting and frame In very good condition
Colonel John Cockerell
Colonel John Cockerell bought Sezinvote estate in 1795 on his return from Bengal where he had been in the service of the East India Company (EIC). After his death in 1798, his youngest brother, Sir Charles Cockerell, inherited the property who then "employed another brother, Samuel Pepys Cockerell, to build him a house in the Indian manner

Sezincote House (pronounced seas in coat) is the centre of a country estate in Gloucestershire, England. The house was designed by Samuel Pepys Cockerell, built in 1805, and is a notable example of Neo-Mughal architecture, a 19th-century reinterpretation of 16th and 17th-century architecture from the Mughal Empire. At the time of its construction, British India was becoming the "jewel in the crown" of the world's largest empire.
Sezincote is dominated by its red sandstone colour, typical in Mughal architecture, but features a copper-covered dome instead of the typical white marble. The fenestration is composed of a sequence of extra-large windows with an arch-shape at the top

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