The Arrival of Otho, ex-King of Greece, at Venice, 29th October, 1862, in H.M. Corvette 'Scylla', 21 guns, Captain Rowley Lambert Oil Painting - Edward William Cooke

The Arrival of Otho, ex-King of Greece, at Venice, 29th October, 1862, in H.M. Corvette 'Scylla', 21 guns, Captain Rowley Lambert

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    Discover the allure of art with our faithful reproduction of "The Arrival of Otho, ex-King of Greece, at Venice, 29th October, 1862, in H.M. Corvette 'Scylla', 21 guns, Captain Rowley Lambert", originally brought to life by the talented Edward William Cooke. Unlike posters or prints, our hand-painted oil painting breathes an unique sense of depth and texture into your space. Every detail, every stroke, and every texture is meticulously recreated, paying the perfect homage to Edward William Cooke and his artistic vision.

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  • Painting Description

    "The Arrival of Otho, ex-King of Greece, at Venice, 29th October, 1862, in H.M. Corvette 'Scylla', 21 guns, Captain Rowley Lambert" is a notable painting by the distinguished British maritime artist Edward William Cooke. Created in the mid-19th century, this work captures a significant historical moment, depicting the arrival of Otho, the deposed King of Greece, in Venice. The painting is a testament to Cooke's exceptional ability to render maritime scenes with meticulous detail and atmospheric depth.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880) was renowned for his precise and evocative maritime paintings. His works often reflect his profound understanding of ships and the sea, a knowledge he acquired through extensive travel and firsthand observation. Cooke's attention to detail and his ability to convey the dynamic nature of maritime life made him one of the leading marine artists of his time.

    In this particular painting, Cooke illustrates the arrival of Otho aboard the H.M. Corvette 'Scylla', a British naval vessel commanded by Captain Rowley Lambert. The scene is set against the picturesque backdrop of Venice, with its iconic architecture and waterways providing a striking contrast to the naval ship. The composition not only highlights the grandeur of the corvette but also captures the somber mood surrounding Otho's arrival, reflecting his fall from power and subsequent exile.

    The historical context of the painting adds to its significance. Otho, originally a Bavarian prince, was installed as the first King of Greece in 1832 under the protection of the Great Powers (Britain, France, and Russia). His reign, however, was fraught with political instability and dissatisfaction, leading to his eventual deposition in 1862. His arrival in Venice marks a poignant moment in his life, symbolizing both the end of his reign and the beginning of his exile.

    Cooke's painting is not only a remarkable piece of art but also a valuable historical document, offering insight into the political and social dynamics of the 19th century. The artist's skillful portrayal of the event, combined with his mastery of maritime art, ensures that "The Arrival of Otho, ex-King of Greece, at Venice, 29th October, 1862, in H.M. Corvette 'Scylla', 21 guns, Captain Rowley Lambert" remains an enduring and significant work in the canon of maritime history and art.

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