2 edition of An exhibition of the published etchings of John Crome, 1768-1821. found in the catalog.
An exhibition of the published etchings of John Crome, 1768-1821.
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the William Weston Gallery, London, April 1971.
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54 JOHN CROME () Study of tree trunks either side of a lane, possibly from an edition published by the artists widow in , soft ground etching, 8" x 6½" (plate) and "Road at. with this title which has just been published is one of the most important which the Mu-seum has issued. With the Handbook of the Cesnola Collection of Antiquities from Cyprus, by Professor John L. Myres, and the Catalogue of Greek. Roman, and Etrus-can Bronzes, by G. M. A. Richter, which, while catalogues of collections, contain.
- A Loan Exhibition of English Drawings from the Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester HAWCROFT, FRANCIS W. - John Crome , an Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings DAPHNE MAYO; TONY ELLWOOD; JUDITH MCKAY; MICHAEL HAWKER - Daphne Mayo, Let There Be Sculpture. CROME, JOHN (–), landscape-painter, called ‘Old Crome’ to distinguish him from his son, John Berney (or more properly Barney) Crome [q. v.], son of a poor journeyman weaver, was born at Norwich 22 Dec. , in a low public-house in the parish of St. George's, Tombland.
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Resources about John Crome (20) The essence of English landscape: etchings by John Crome,an exhibition of all the artist's published etchings in the first issue / William Weston Gallery William Weston Gallery [ Book: ] At Nat Gall Aus Res. John Crome - an Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings Organized By the Arts Council to Mark the Bicentenary of the Artist's Birth Norwich Castle Museum 3 August.
In addition to his paintings he made 34 etchings, which were posthumously published by his widow and his eldest son John Bernay Crome (–). The elder Crome is sometimes referred to as ‘Old Crome’ to distinguish him from his son, who painted in his manner but with less distinction. Finally, sometime between andthe plates were rebitten and sometimes re-worked by Crome's son and others and published in Norwich in under the title of Etchings of Views in Norfolk by the Late John Crome, Founder of the Norwich Society of Artists.
This original etching entitled, Road Scene Hethersett hails from this set. John Crome (22 December – 22 April ) was an English landscape artist of the Romantic era, one of the principal artists and founding members of the Norwich School of painters.
He lived in Norwich for all his life and most of his works are Norfolk landscapes. He was sometimes known as Old Crome to distinguish him from his son John Berney Crome, who was also a well-known artist.
Description: John Crome () Front of the New Mills, Norwich, etching with drypoint, on wove paper,[Theobald ; Goldberg ], x mm. (8 3/4 x 11 1/2 in); with a monochrome watercolour of a river and small village, by a different hand, x mm (6 1/2 x 9 3/4 in) (2).
Attributed to John Crome ( - ), oil on panel - scene on the Wensum in Norwich, at Gibraltar Inn, 53cm x 40cm, in good carved giltwood frame.
Provenance: Sold Sotheby's Fine 18th & 19th century drawings and paintings - lotBond St. 10th Marchdescribed as John Crome painted circa John Crome was a British painter who was born in Their work was featured in several exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery and the Laing Art Crome's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from $58 USD to $, USD, depending on the size and medium of the ality: British.
Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers: auctioneers of art, pictures, collectables and motor cars Bonhams: John Crome (British, ) Mousehold Heath; Back of New Mills, Norwich; a pair of etchings.
john crome John Crome () Attributed to John Crome, British (), Figures On A Path Near A Country Home, oil on canvas, 30 x 25 in. (76 x cm). The Poringland Oak. Tate Collection, London. By John Crome. One of the most famous landscape paintings of the Norwich School.
John Crome () English landscape painter John Crome was founder of the Norwich trained as a coach painter until John Crome [English Romantic Painter, ] Guide to pictures of works by John Crome in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. These sets contained a portrait of Crome in line by R.
Sievier, after D. Murphy, and thirty-one etchings, of which seven were soft-ground, being those numbered in the following Catalogue i to 24 and 27 to 22' The title was as follows: IV CROME'S ETCHINGS 49 NORFOLK PICTURESQUE SCENERY CONSISTING OF A SERIES OF THIRTY-ONE ETCHINGS BY.
John Crome (–) – English artist, founder of the Norwich school of painters James Ward (–) – English painter, particularly of animals, and an engraver Thomas Phillips (–) – English portrait and subject painter.
John Crome () and John Berney Crome () A View near Harwich Norwich, about /7, overpainted about Oil on canvas x cm. This painting was begun by John Crome about /7, but it was overpainted by his son around Only 70 etchings were published with the remainder remaining in various states of completeness.
Roberts and a number of other landscape painters including John Crome () who founded the art school at Norwich. Further Reading on William Turner.
Turner: His life and works in images This is a large book full of of William. John Crome (, British), Landscape with wooden bridge and horseman, a composition of men and cows and "At Scoulton", three etchings in one frame, overall mount size mm x.
Art of The Print Featured Artists' Biographies Index (C) Crome, John (Norwich, - ) A Composition (Sold) Crome, John (Norwich, - ) A Composition: Men and Cows (Sold) Antonio Carbonati's first published etchings date from During the following three years he created a number of etchings (most dealing with Rome.
Constable, George Morland, and particularly John Crome (–). Dupré’s Landscape with Cattle is strongly reminiscent of Crome’s works, which often feature large oaks towering over ponds, herds, or cot - tages at their base.
Crome’s compositions, whether in oils, drawings, or etchings. Full text of "The art collections of the late Viscount Leverhulme, part two, paintings" See other formats.
John Crome, Crome, John (–). Landscape painter, born in Norwich where he spent almost all his life. The son of an innkeeper, Crome had little education a Whitney Museum Of American Art, WHITNEY MUSEUM.
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