Person    | Male  Born 15/8/1845  Died 14/3/1915

Walter Crane

Categories: Art

Artist and book illustrator. Born Liverpool. Worked in the Arts and Crafts style, producing designs for decorative items such as ceramics and, most charmingly, illustrations for children's books. Died Horsham.

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Walter Crane

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St Dunstan's House - plasterwork panels

This example of architectural reclamation was brought to our attention by Dis...

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Walter Crane

This plaque is unusually small for an official LCC plaque.

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Royal Institute of Oil Painters

Royal Institute of Oil Painters

It is unique in that it shows exclusively in oils. It was granted its royal status by King Edward VII in 1909. Famous artists who have exhibited, include Lawrence Alma-Tadeema, Walter Sickert and A...

Group, Art

1 memorial
Thomas Hearne

Thomas Hearne

Thomas Hearne was born on 22 September 1744 in Marshfield, Gloucestershire, the son of William and Prudence Hearne. He was baptised on 26 September 1744 in St Mary the Virgin Church, Marshfield. H...

Person, Art, Caribbean Islands

1 memorial
Philip de Laszlo

Philip de Laszlo

Painter. Born Budapest.  In 1907 moved to London and stayed, though he often travelled for portrait commissions which included many royal families. His good relations with what became the enemy in...

Person, Art, Hungary

1 memorial
Alfred Head

Alfred Head

Born Holloway. Islington artist and Borough Architect for Islington in 1974. the Riviera Reporter contains an interview with Alfred Head.

Person, Architecture, Art

1 memorial
Nicolas Poussin

Nicolas Poussin

Artist. Born in Les Andelys, Normandy. He spent a large part of his life in Rome, producing many paintings with an historical theme, such as 'The Adoration of the Golden Calf'.

Person, Art, France, Italy

2 memorials