British, 19th century, male.
Painter. History painting.
Alfred Coke belonged to a group of young artists associated with the Aesthetic Movement. They saw themselves as followers of Burne-Jones and exhibited at the Dudley Gallery that opened in 1865 in the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly.
Coke's works are very rare. Some depict peacocks or the peacock feathers that, with sunflowers, came to represent the Aesthetic Movement. He exhibited in London at the Royal Academy ...