Frederick George Cotman
(1850 - 1920)
Frederick George Cotman was active/lived in United Kingdom, England. Frederick Cotman is known for landscape, portrait, genre and history painting.
Biography Frederick George Cotman
George Cotman was a East Anglian painter of portraits, landscape, genre
and historical scenes. He was the son of Henry Cotman and the nephew of
the artist John Sell Cotman.
Cotman entered the Royal Academy Schools in 1868. He was a regular
exhibitor of both oils and watercolours, showing at the Royal Academy
from 1871 onwards. His The Death of Eucles (Town Hall, Ipswich) won him a gold medal in 1873.
Cotman's early watercolours were admired and bought by important
artistic figures such as Frederic Leighton and G. F. Watts. Leighton
engaged Cotman to help paint The Daphnephoria in 1876. Cotman was
also employed i
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