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  1. Charles Robert Cockerell. (1788-1863), Architect. Sitter in 1 portrait. The architect Charles Robert Cockerell was born in London and trained in the architectural practice of his father, Samuel Pepys Cockerell. He assisted Robert Smirke in the rebuilding of Covent Garden Theatre, before embarking on a tour of Europe.

  2. CHARLES ROBERT COCKERELL (1788-1863), British architect, was born in London on the 28th of April 1788. After a preliminary training in his profession, he went abroad in 1810 and studied the great architectural remains of Greece, Italy and Asia Minor. At Aegina, Phigalia and other places of interest, he conducted excavations on a large scale ...

  3. Delivered by Charles Robert Cockerell (1843), Edwin Nash (1847), Thomas Leverton Donaldson (1853), and John Louis Petit (1858) respectively, these lectures constitute some of the earliest attempts in England to explore both well-known monuments such as Hagia Sophia, as well as lesser-known churches in Greece, Turkey and elsewhere.

  4. Museo de reproducciones artísticas clásicas de Charles Robert Cockerell. Elija entre ellos 12 Obras de arte Por el famoso artista.

  5. 21/03/2019 · This book offers the first complete edition of the letters written by Charles Robert Cockerell (1788–1865) – one of the lucky discoverers of the Aegina and Bassae sculptures and the future architect of the Ashmolean Museum – during his travels in the Mediterranean between 1810 and 1817. But the book is more than a mere travel account.

  6. Genealogy for Charles Robert Cockerell, RA, RIBA (1788 - 1865) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames

  7. Charles Robert Cockerell was born on month day 1829, to Charles Robert Cockerell and Anne Maria Cockerell (born Rennie). Charles was born on April 28 1788, in London, England. Charles had 9 siblings: Ann louisa Cockerell, John rennie Cockerell and 7 other siblings. Charles passed away on month day 1834, at age 5.