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Richard Cooper the Elder Landscape with group of trees surrounded by water, cottage on left, woman seated right foreground
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
Landscape with group of trees surrounded by water, cottage on left, woman seated right foreground
1802, published 1806
Richard Cooper the Elder View in the Inside of the Amphitheatre of Vespasion at Rome Commonly called the Colosseo
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
View in the Inside of the Amphitheatre of Vespasion at Rome Commonly called the Colosseo
1779
Richard Cooper the Elder View of the Ruins of Dioclesian's Baths
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
View of the Ruins of Dioclesian's Baths
Richard Cooper the Elder View of Part of Tivoli and Adjacent Hills
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
View of Part of Tivoli and Adjacent Hills
Richard Cooper the Elder Simon Fraser, Twelfth Lord Lovat (1667-1747)
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
Simon Fraser, Twelfth Lord Lovat (1667-1747)
undated
Richard Cooper the Elder Italian Lake Scene
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
Italian Lake Scene
undated
Richard Cooper the Elder Oval Hilly Landscape
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
Oval Hilly Landscape
ca. 1780
Richard Cooper the Elder Italian Landscape
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
Italian Landscape
undated
Richard Cooper the Elder View of the Ruins of the Temple of Peace
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
View of the Ruins of the Temple of Peace
Richard Cooper the Elder John Hunter Esq. F.R.S.
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
John Hunter Esq. F.R.S
1814
Richard Cooper the Elder A view of Rome with adjacent hills
Richard Cooper the Elder, 1701–1764, British
A view of Rome with adjacent hills