Painting History: Delaroche and Lady Jane Grey

There are just over two weeks to go before the Delaroche exhibition closes at the National Gallery. Eyre Crowe studied at Paul Delaroche’s studio in Paris between 1839 and 1843, and accompanied him to Rome in the autumn of 1843. Unfortunately the exhibition doesn’t include any of Eyre Crowe’s work, but is worth seeing anyway!

More on Delaroche’s life and work.

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One Response to Painting History: Delaroche and Lady Jane Grey

  1. Timothy Eyre Crowe says:

    We hold several works produced by Eyre Crowe and would consider loaning works to an Exhibition in the future subject to satisfactory safekeeping, collection and return of the works

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