Cox, David, 1783–1859, English landscape painter, a follower of John Constable. He is best known for his watercolors of Welsh scenery, of which he produced a great number. Cox is well represented in the British and the Victoria and Albert museums and in the Birmingham Art Gallery.
See biographies by N. N. Solly (1875) and W. Hall (1881); study by F. G. Roe (1946).
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