This print based on Eyre Crowe’s 1873 Royal Academy painting Brothers of the Brush (1873) by Eyre Crowe was recently kindly shared with me by a private owner. This remarkably modern-looking composition was praised by contemporary critics, but the current whereabouts of the original painting is sadly not known.
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Eyre Crowe (1824-1910)
Eyre Crowe was a Victorian painter of historical and genre works of art, who exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1846 to 1908.
This site, which is a non-commercial appreciation of Crowe's life and work, contains biographical information, details of all his known paintings, auction records, images where available, details of exhibitions, contemporary reviews, and a full bibliography including links to other websites useful to those interested in 19th-century art.