Welcome to the Eyre Crowe website

This website replaces my old site (www.geocities.com/eyre_crowe)

It includes all the same information about Eyre Crowe and his artworks, but with a brand new look and feel.

Click on the tabs at the top to see articles relating to Eyre Crowe and his life. The ‘Pictures’ tab is the place to start to find out more about all of Eyre Crowe’s known paintings, drawings and sketches.

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7 Responses to Welcome to the Eyre Crowe website

  1. Hi Kathryn,

    A very interesting and impressive website.

    Congratulations.

  2. Ian Palmer says:

    Great blog Kathryn!. Really comprehensive, love it.

  3. Bettina Crowe says:

    Always enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of the “Dinner Hour” but wondered whether they indeed were allowed an hour for Dinner?

    • Kathryn Summerwill says:

      Hi Bettina. It sounds unbelievable, but yes, they were! The Factories Act 1844 stipulated that women and children could work for no more than 12 hours a day during the week, including one and a half hours for meals, and 9 hours on Sundays.

  4. Phillip Troutman says:

    Thanks for sharing the new site.

  5. Anne Short says:

    Thanks so much for sending the new link. You have so much interesting material here, and it looks great! Thanks for your work.

  6. Jolie B. says:

    Hi Kathryn,
    I was excited to see that there was a dedicated website for anything Eyre Crowe. I am proud to say that I own an historical painting he did and have owned it for about 15 years. I treasure it greatly and it hangs in my dining room. If you care to know more about it, please contact me via email and I would be happy to share some things with you. Congrats and thanks for creating such a lovely website about him.
    Best wishes,
    Jolie
    USA

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