Alphabetical list of Eyre Crowe’s pictures

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | V | W | Y

  • A Barber’s Shop at Richmond, Virginia (1861). Medium: oil.
  • A Baptism in the Cathedral of Newcastle upon Tyne / Parson Christening Children (1895). Medium: oil
  • A Dead Stork on the Bank of a Stream (1860). Medium: chalk. Current owner: Victoria and Albert Museum, London (FA 635)
  • A Good Whiff. Medium: oil on panel. Size: 32 x 24 cm (12 5/8 x 9 7/16 in). Auctioned by Bonham’s, Bath, 16 July 2007 (£320). A painting of a workman smoking and drinking in a public house. Possibly the same painting as Hodge (c.1877).
  • After a Run (1873). Medium: oil.
  • After the Sale: Slaves going South (1853). Medium: oil.
  • After Work (1873). Medium: oil.
  • Albatross (1894). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 8 x 6.25 inches. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Dated 9 Feb 1894, at Newcastle.
  • A Man Sleeping in the King’s Gallery of the British Museum (1882). Medium: chalk drawing
  • American Scene (1855). Medium: oil.
  • Amy Crowe (1863). Medium: oil.
  • ‘An Old Nag is a Sly Nag’ (1883). Medium: oil
  • Anne Wynne Thackeray (1889). Medium: oil
  • A Quiet Read (1878). Medium: oil.
  • A Rifle Match – at Dunnottar, N.B. (1890). Medium: oil
  • Architectural Column (1897). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 8.5 x 4.5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated July 2 1897.
  • Arithmetic: Red Maids’ School, Bristol (1887). Medium: oil
  • Armour. Medium: sketch on panel. Size: 6 x 8 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (1s)
  • A Scene at the Mitre: Dr Johnson, Boswell, Goldsmith (1857). Medium: oil.
  • A Sculptor with a Nude Model and Two Pupils (1868). Medium: lunette decoration
  • A Sheep-Shearing Match (1875). Medium: oil.
  • A Spoil Bank (1874). Medium: oil.
  • At the Pit-Door(1873). Medium: oil.
  • À Trouville (n.d.). Medium: watercolour.
  • Back part of a Boat. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 24 x 20 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (1s 6d)
  • Back view of the Sculpture Gallery doorway, Louvre. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 14 x 22 cm. Auctioned by Bellmans Auctioneers and Valuers, West Sussex, May 2011 (£65)
  • Bairn’s Play(1885). Medium: oil
  • Ballot for new members of the Reform Club. Medium: drawing
  • Beggars (1868-1869). Crowe mentioned in his diary during this period undertaking many sketches of beggars.
  • Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 26 x 18½ cm. Offered for auction, 1995
  • Benjamin Franklin at Watts’s in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, A.D. 1725 (1858). Medium: oil.
  • Bird, Salisbury Museum (1889). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 7 x 4½ inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated at Salisbury Museum, Oct 8 ’89
  • Bluecoat Boys returning from their Holidays (1879). Medium: oil.
  • Boat and Figures – The Launch. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 50 x 30 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s)
  • Bob-Cherry (1871). Medium: oil.
  • Boswell’s Introduction to the Literary Club (1856). Medium: oil.
  • Boulogne Fisherwoman. Medium: watercolour. Offered for auction, 1998
  • Boulogne Fishmarket (1886). Medium: watercolour.
  • Boulogne Girl Knitting (1848). Medium: oil. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1848
  • Boulogne sur Mer (1846). Medium: pencil drawing. Current owner: Tate Gallery, London
  • Boys’ Class at College. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 21 x 30 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (4s). Perhaps a sketch for one of Crowe’s series of Bluecoat Boys paintings
  • Boys of Blue Coat School, London (1877). Medium: oil on panel. Size: 17 x 24 cm. This painting was offered at auction in 1991.
  • Brick Court, Middle Temple, April 1774 / Goldsmith’s Mourners (1862). Medium: oil on panel
  • Bridal Procession at St. Maclou, Rouen (1877). Medium: oil.
  • Brothers of the Brush (1873). Medium: oil.
  • Cab Accident, St James’s Square (1889). Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 4.5 x 7 inches. Offered on Ebay, Oct 2005 and May 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated May 1889
  • Cardinal Richelieu and Pere Joseph etc. (1854). Medium: oil. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1854
  • Cartoons for mosaics for the International Exhibition (1862). Mentioned in Crowe’s diary. Inspired by the Great Exhibition of 1851, and comprising artworks, historical and modern objects from around the world, the 1862 Exhibition was held over the road from the South Kensington Museum and opened to the public on 1 May. It is not known whether Crowe’s designs were accepted or ever made into mosaics.
  • Capo le Case, Rome (1844). Medium: painted sketch
  • Carlisle Bay, Barbados. Medium: pencil drawing
  • Charles II Knighting the Loin of Beef (1867). Medium: oil.
  • Charles IX (1896). Medium: oil
  • “Chicago” Smith. Medium: drawing. A sketch portrait of a member of the Reform Club
  • Christopher Wren/ William Hogarth (1863). Medium: oil.
  • Church in Charleston, South Carolina (c.1861). Medium: ink drawing.
  • Coast Scene with Shooting Party. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 12 x 18 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 5s). Perhaps a sketch for A Rifle Match – at Dunnottar, N.B. (1890)
  • Coast Scene. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 24 x 36 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (7s)
  • Competitive Examination (1866). Medium: oil.
  • Convicts at Work, Portsmouth (1887). Medium: oil
  • Cook: a sketch (1853). Medium: pen and coloured wash
  • Copies after Murillo and Velasquez. Medium: red chalk drawing
  • Copy portrait of Dorothea Countess of Sunderland (1856). Medium: pencil drawing
  • Copy portrait of Louis XIII (1846). Medium: pencil drawing
  • Copy portrait of William Russell, Earl of Bedford (1854). Medium: pencil drawing
  • Copy portraits of Giotto and Dante from the painting of the Last Judgement in the Arena Chapel, Padua (1879). Medium: pencil drawing.
  • Cornfield with Scarecrow. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 10 x 14 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 5s)
  • Country Lane with Stream, Cottage and Figures sketching. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Sketch: 40 x 66½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)
  • Country Road with Farmyard and Cattle. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 14 x 18 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)
  • Cove, Kincardinshire (1889). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 9 x 6.75 inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated 31 March 1889
  • Cows. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 4 x 3.5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers, under the title ‘Bovine’, with no evidence of this being the original title. ‘Cows’ is a descriptive title assigned by me
  • Crossing the Brook (1899). Medium: oil
  • Dante and Beatrice (1848). Medium: oil
  • Darning Day: Red Maids’ School, Bristol (1876). Medium: oil.
  • Dean Swift at St. James’s Coffee House, 1710 (1860). Medium: oil
  • Dean Swift Looking at a Lock of Stella’s Hair (1864). Medium: oil
  • De Foe in the Pillory (1862). Medium: oil
  • Delivery Entrance of Palais des Beaux Arts at the Exposition Universelle of 1855 (1855). Medium: pen and black ink, brush and gray wash over graphite.
  • Dial on centre of Auld Brig of Ayr (1892). Medium: pencil drawing
  • Drawing Lots for the Guelph Succession at Celle, A.D. 1592 (1896). Medium: oil
  • Dr Byron at a Coffee House. Medium: pencil drawing
  • Doctor Johnson Receiving Boswell in the Library (1899). Medium: oil on canvas
  • Duc de Guise and others. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 5½ x 8½ inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Offered again in Mar 2007 by a dealer from Houston, Texas
  • Ducks. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 4 x 5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Duke of York’s School for Boys, Chelsea (1907). Medium: oil painting. This painting was mentioned in Crowe’s diary from September 1906 to March 1907, but may not have been completed
  • Dundee (1888). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 7 x 9 inches. Offered on Ebay, Dec 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated 18 October 1888
  • Dunnottar Churchyard (1865). Medium: ink drawing: Size: 7 x 4.5 inches. Signed and dated 30 May 1865. Offered on Ebay, Jan 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Offered again, June 2007, by a dealer from Houston, Texas
  • Elizabethan Woman. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 6 x 7 inches. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers, under the title ‘Her Ladyship’, with no evidence of this being the original title. ‘Elizabethan Woman’ is a descriptive title assigned by me
  • Ewer and Fruit. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 18 x 24 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (1s 6d)
  • Execution of the Duc d’Enghien, 1804 (1879). Medium: oil.
  • Explosion of the Cashmere Gate at Delhi, Sept. 14, 1857 (1881). Medium: oil
  • Exterior of Country House with Figures. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 40 x 66½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (6s). Unfinished
  • Exterior with Convicts at Work. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 16 x 22 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (2s). Perhaps a sketch for Convicts at Work, Portsmouth (1887)
  • Eyre Evans Crowe (c.1868). Size: 40 x 24 inches. Exhibited: International Portrait Exhibition, 1868
  • Farmhouse in the Boulonnais (1894). Medium: oil
  • Farmyard Scene with Cattle and Figures – Thrashing (first version). Medium: oil painting or sketch on panel. Size: 14 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 5s)
  • Farmyard Scene with Cattle and Figures – Thrashing (second version). Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 10½ x 8½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 5s)
  • Feeding Poultry. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 14 x 21 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s 6d). Unfinished
  • Figures from Clarendon’s Rebellion. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 7 x 10 inches. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Figures Merrymaking in a Cornfield. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 12½ x 16 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 19s)
  • Figures up a Rigging. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 18 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s)
  • Fishermen beside a house by a bridge near a river. Medium: brown ink and wash drawing
  • Fishermen’s Home, Great Yarmouth (1895). Medium: oil
  • Fish Market, Rouen (1884). Medium: oil
  • Flower Pieces. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (1s)
  • Forfeits (1880). Medium: oil
  • Foundling Hospital (1894). Medium: oil
  • Foxhounds in Kennel (1874). Medium: oil.
  • Frères Ignorantins (1868). Medium: oil.
  • Friends(1871). Medium: oil.
  • Furniture. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 7½ x 3½ inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Offered again, June 2007, by a dealer from Houston, Texas
  • George John Pinwell. Medium: pencil and crayon drawing. Size: 4 3/8 x 3¼ inches (111 x 83 mm)
  • Girl arranging roses (1871); and Lovers (1871). Copyright certificates for these works, dated 24 October 1871, exist in the archives of the University of Wales, Bangor (Garthewin Additional Collection of manuscripts [1586 (i)]), but nothing more is known about them.
  • Goldsmith and his nieces (1858). Medium: oil. This painting was auctioned on 17 May 1860 at Christie’s in London.
  • Grasshopper (1889). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 4.5 x 5.5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Dec 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated July 1889
  • Half-length Portrait of a Gentleman. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 3s). Unfinished
  • Half-length portrait of a Lady. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 30 x 25 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (1s 6d)
  • Half-length portrait of Gentleman seated with Book in his hand. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 46 x 35 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)
  • Half-length portrait of Gentleman with Smoking Cap, seated (first version). Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 38 x 30 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)
  • Half-length portrait of Gentleman with Smoking Cap, seated (second version). Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 36 x 28 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)
  • Half-length portrait of Lady in black dress. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 36 x 28 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (16s)
  • Handing the Brush (1875). Medium: oil.
  • Harlequin and Columbine. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 8 x 4 inches. Offered on Ebay, Jun 2007, by a dealer from Houston, Texas
  • Head of a girl with four studies of a hand holding a stick. Medium: black ink and grey wash drawing
  • Henry and Lucy Jervis-White-Jervis (1862). According to his diary, Crowe painted a portrait of his friends the Jervises in January 1862.
  • Henry James senior (1853). Medium: oil. According to Crowe in With Thackeray in America, he painted this portrait in New York while travelling in America as Thackeray’s secretary, and presented it to Mrs James. Their son Henry James, the novelist, remembered the occasion and described it in his autobiography.
  • Henry William Wolff (1905). Medium: pen and ink drawing
  • Hodge (1877). Medium: oil.
  • Holbein drawing the Infant Son of Henry VII and his Nurse, Mother Jack (1849). Medium: oil. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1849
  • Honeymoon in Normandy – a Street in Lisieux (1885). Medium: oil
  • Horsemonger Lane Gaol, or the Old Queen’s Bench Prison or Clink (1879). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 15 x 9 inches. Offered on Ebay, April 2005, and again in May 2012, by a dealer in Stafford. In 2012 the title was given as ‘The demolition of the old Queen’s Bench Prison September the 3rd 1879’
  • Hougoumont, June 1815, the Day after the Battle (1886). Medium: oil
  • Howard Succouring the Galley Slaves at Venice, A.D. 1778 (1872). Medium: oil.
  • ‘How Happy Could I Be With Either’ (1882). Medium: oil
  • Initials (1877). Medium: oil.
  • In Search of the Finnan Haddies (1889). Medium: oil. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1889. According to Crowe’s diary, this picture showed an old sailor at Stonehaven, Scotland.
  • Interior of an Artist’s Studio with Sculpture and Trophies. Medium: Pencil and watercolour
  • In the Reform Club, Pall Mall (c.1901). Medium: pen and black ink drawing
  • Interior of a Chapel. Medium: oil painting or sketch on panel. Size: 8 x 12 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 5s)
  • Interior of a Monastery. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 24 x 36 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s)
  • Interior of the Court. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 10 x 14 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 9s)
  • Interior with Figure looking at a Portrait. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 25½ x 18 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (9s)
  • Interior with Figure of Artist’s Model. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 36 x 28 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (£1 1s)
  • Interior with Figure. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 9½ x 12½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (2s)
  • Interior with Figures on a Staircase. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 45 x 31 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)
  • Interior with Figures. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 10 x 14 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s 6d). Unfinished
  • Interior with Lady and Two Children saying Grace. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 19½ x 16 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (£1 10s)
  • Interior with Lady Seated (first version). Medium: oil painting or sketch on panel. Size: 16 x 12 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 2s)
  • Interior with Lady Seated (second version). Medium: oil painting or sketch on panel. Size: 14 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 2s)
  • Interior with Lady Working a Sampler. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 30 x 21 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (9s). Perhaps a sketch for The Embroidress (1903)
  • James II at La Hogue, May 1692 (1898). Medium: oil
  • J F Millet in his Studio at Barbizon (1899). Medium: oil
  • Jean-François Millet (1866). Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 14.5 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Halls Estate Agents, Agricultural and Fine Art Auctioneers, Valuers and Surveyors, Shrewsbury, 16 Dec 2005 (£80)
  • John Bright in his Study. Medium: oil painting or sketch on panel. Size: 9 x 10½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (2s). Probably a sketch for The Rt Hon. John Bright, M.P., at the Reform Club, 1883 (1904)
  • Johnsonian Club. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 4.5 x 6.75 inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Captioned ‘The room in wh the Johnsonian Club met now a Dispensary. Sketched by E.C. on the spot. Turks Head, Gossard Street’
  • Joseph Archer Crowe (1855). The existence of this portrait of Crowe’s brother is known through Crowe’s diary entry for 31 December 1902, in which he wrote that it had been unfortunately damaged in falling off the wall of his home.
  • King Charles I. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 14 x 10½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 19s). Perhaps this actually refers to Charles IX (1896), which appears in the inventory of Crowe’s possessions at his death
  • Ladies in border of Flowers and Cherub Heads. Medium: oil painting on panel. Size: 30 x 38 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (£9 19s 6d)
  • Lady Coventry’s Escort (1892). Medium: oil
  • Landscape with Bridge and Soldiers. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 12 x 16 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 5s)
  • Landscape with Buildings. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 12 x 19 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s 6d). Unfinished
  • Landscape with Outbuildings and Cattle – Milking Time. Medium: oil painting. Size: 16 x 22 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (12s). Perhaps a sketch for Milking Time (1903)
  • Landscape with Pool and Trees. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 17 x 21 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)
  • Landscape with Stacks, Buildings and Trees. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 16 x 25½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (1s 6d). Unfinished
  • Landscape with Stream and Figures – the Lovers (1880) Medium: oil painting
  • Landscape with Trees and Old Buildings. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 23 x 30 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (12s)
  • Le Chapeau de Paille (1900). Medium: oil painting
  • Le Petit Chapeau: The Hat Worn by the Emperor Napoleon at Waterloo (1895). Medium: oil
  • Life drawing of a standing female nude (1846). Medium: pencil and charcoal
  • Louis XI at Sainte Chapelle, Paris (n.d., possibly c.1855). Medium: ink drawing
  • Luther (1848). Medium: oil. Crowe mentioned this work and its rejection from the Royal Academy exhibition on 1848 in one of his diaries.
  • Luther Posting his Theses on the Church Door of Wittenberg (1864). Medium: oil.
  • Madame Millet (1897). Medium: drawing. Size: 5 x 4 inches. Offered on Ebay, Jan 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated Cherbourg August 12 1897.
  • Man in a smock, seated with basket, bread and ale. Medium: watercolour drawing
  • Man with Sandwich Board Advertisement (1880). Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 5 x 3 inches. Offered on Ebay, Dec 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated April 1880. The sketch possibly inspired the painting ‘Sandwiches‘ (1881).
  • Man Working. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 6 x 4 inches. Offered on Ebay, Oct 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Marat: 13th July, 1793 (1879). Medium: oil.
  • Margaret Crowe (1853). Crowe sketched his mother on her deathbed in Paris in 1853. In July 1902, when he mentioned this in his diary, the sketch was in the possession of his niece Frances Maria Wynne.
  • Market Place, Evesham (1883). Medium: oil. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1883. A companion piece to ‘Old Porch, Evesham’, this painting was not noted in any of the principal newspapers or periodicals on its exhibition in 1883.
  • Marriage at Cana (1862). Mentioned in Crowe’s diary for December 1862.
  • Mary Stuart, February 8th, 1586 (1868). Medium: oil.
  • Master Prynne Searching Archbishop Laud’s Pockets in the Tower (1846). Medium: oil
  • Matthew O’Reilly-Dease Esq in the Reform Club (1880). Medium: ink drawing
  • May Day Mummers. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 7.25 x 2.25 inches. Offered on Ebay, Jan 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Offered again, Mar 2007, by a dealer from Houston, Texas. A sketch from a printed or painted source dated 1708
  • Memorial brass of Sir John d’Aubernon (1902). Medium: ink drawing.
  • Mendelssohn / Rivulet (1908). Medium: oil painting
  • Military Honours (1889). Medium: oil
  • Milking Time (1903). Medium: oil painting
  • Milton Visiting Galileo in the Prisons of the Inquisition (1859). Medium: oil.
  • Mrs Milliken Leaning on her Harp (1862). An illustration from W.M. Thackeray’s Lovel the Widower, painted by Crowe as a housewarming present for Thackeray, according to Thackeray’s Haunts and Homes, p. 72.
  • Mrs Piozzi. Medium: drawing. Size: 7 x 4.5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Jan 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Caption ‘Dyce Coll Richard Bentley D.D. By W.R. Buss after Thornhill Mrs Piozzi’
  • Mrs Eugenie Maria Wynne, nee Crowe (c.1850). Medium: oil painting
  • Mrs Spenser Wilkinson (1905). Medium: oil painting
  • Musicians at Rehearsal. Medium: pen and watercolour sketch. Size: 6 x 7 inches. Offered on Ebay, May 2012, by a dealer in Stafford
  • Napoleon’s Abdication (1902). Medium: oil painting
  • Nelson Leaving England for the Last Time (1888). Medium: oil
  • Nelson’s Farewell. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 14 x 21 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s). Perhaps a sketch for Nelson Leaving England for the Last Time (1888)
  • Newlyn (1888). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 4.75 x 9.75 inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated 2 April 1888
  • Nurse: a sketch (1853). Medium: pen and coloured wash
  • Old Chantry at Auberville, Calvados (1885). Medium: oil
  • Old Mortality (1871). Medium: oil.
  • Old Porch, Evesham (1883). Medium: oil
  • Oliver Goldsmith at Lissoy (1906). Medium: oil painting
  • On the Boulogne Ramparts (1899). Medium: oil
  • Out of School (1872). Medium: oil.
  • Paint and Potteries. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 7 x 4.5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Jan 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Caption, ‘Painting Stand used by girls who paint platter wares in the Potteries, Stoke-on-Trent’.
  • Pall Mall (1886). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 9 x 8 inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated 1 Oct 1886. Caption, ‘Carrying away the Figments [?], Pall Mall, Oct 1886’. Shows a draycart loaded with barrels.
  • Peg of Limavaddy (1893). Medium: oil
  • Peter the Great (1897). Medium: oil. Crowe mentioned this historical composition in his 1897 diary, but it was apparently never made into a completed picture.
  • Plas Madoc. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 6.75 x 9.75 inches. Offered on Ebay, Jan 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Plumed Bird. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 8 x 6.25 inches. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Pope’s Introduction to Dryden, at Wills’ Coffee House (1858). Medium: oil.
  • Portrait of a Girl (1848). Medium: pencil. Size: 21½ x 18 cm. This drawing was put up for auction in 2001.
  • Portrait of Captain Crowe. Medium: oil painting (oval). Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (£1 11s). Crowe’s grandfather was Captain David Crowe, but died before he was born. This picture may not therefore be by Crowe, but was nevertheless found in his possessions
  • Portrait of George Crowe. Medium: watercolour. Offered for auction, 1998
  • Portrait of George Crowe. Medium: oil painting. Size: 8 x 7½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s). Probably a portrait of Crowe’s brother George as a toddler, painted in Rome, which hung in Crowe’s room in the 1890s
  • Portrait of Jean-Léon Gérôme. Medium: oil painting. Size: 12 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (6s)
  • Portrait of Sir Nathaniel Fiennes (copy). Medium: pencil drawing
  • Portrait study of a girl wearing a hat. Medium: pastel drawing. Size: 12 x 7 cm (4.75 x 2.75 inches). Auctioned by George Kidner Auctioneers and Valuers, Lymington, Hampshire, 2008 (£28). The picture had been exhibited by J.S. Maas and Co. Ltd in 1974
  • Prayer (1877). Medium: oil.
  • Proclamation of George I at the Exchange (1894). Medium: oil. Crowe mentioned this historical composition in his 1894 diary, but it was apparently never made into a completed picture.
  • Pulling the boat ashore (1871). Medium: oil
  • Queen Eleanor’s Tomb (1880). Medium: oil
  • Queen Mary of Scotland’s room at Hardwicke Hall. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 14 x 20 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (1s)
  • Red Maids (1886). Medium: ink drawing. Offered on Ebay, Apr 2005, by a dealer in Stafford, probably a sketch for Arithmetic: Red Maids’ School, Bristol (1887)
  • Reform Club member balancing on the two back legs of a chair. Medium: drawing. Whereabouts unknown – stolen from its previous owner
  • Returning from Church (1869). Medium: oil.
  • Reynolds’ First Sketch (1866). Medium: oil.
  • Richmond, Virginia (c.1862). Medium: ink drawing.
  • River Scene with Mendelssohn in a Boat. Medium: oil painting 31½ x 39 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s). Probably a sketch for ‘Mendelssohn‘ (1908)
  • River Scene with Mountainous Background. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 20 x 30 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (4s)
  • River Scene with Pictures and Mountainous background. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 40 x 65 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (10s)
  • River Scene with Trees. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 20 x 30 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s 6d). Unfinished
  • Robespierre Looking at the Guillotine Carts Passing (1867). Medium: oil.
  • Robin. Medium: blue crayon and watercolour drawing
  • Roman Peasant Woman, Seated (1843). Medium: Pencil and red and black chalk drawing
  • Rude’s Model Head (1891). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 8.25 x 4.25 inches. Offered on Ebay, Oct 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated 26 Jan 1891. Depicts alto relief sculpture on the Arc de l’Etoile, Paris.
  • Sanctuary (1877). Medium: oil.
  • ‘Sandwiches’ (1881). Medium: oil
  • San Paolo alle tre Fontane (1844). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 21½ x 28 cm. This drawing was auctioned in 1996.
  • School at the Aitre, St. Maclou, Rouen (1883). Medium: oil
  • School Treat (1878). Medium: oil.
  • Schopine (1887). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 6½ x 8 inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated ‘Schopine. Jan 29 ’87’
  • Scotch Herring Girls. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 30 x 40 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (£6)
  • Sculpture Gallery door-way at the Exposition Universelle, Paris (1855)
  • Seapiece with Boat. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 28 x 21½ inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s)
  • Seapiece with Sailing Boat. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 14 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 5s)
  • Self-portrait as a young man (n.d., 1840s?). According to the Dictionary of National Biography (1912), this picture was owned by Eyre Crowe’s half-sister in Paris. See also William Makepeace Thackeray / Self-portrait [?] (1845)
  • Selling Sweet Potatoes in Charleston (c.1861). Medium: ink drawing.
  • Shelley at Marlow writing the Dedication of “The Revolt of Islam” to his Wife on its Completion in 1817 (1904). Medium: oil painting
  • Shinglers / The Foundry (1869). Medium: oil.
  • Shingling Pipe, Stourbridge (1869). Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 7.25 x 9.5 inches. Signed and dated ‘Water pipe to cool the steam ‘helve’ for ‘shingling’. Stourbridge Iron Works 1869′. It was probably a sketch used in Shinglers. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Silkworms (1877). Medium: oil.
  • Sir James Thomas Knowles (1901). Medium: pen and ink sketch
  • Sir Joseph Archer Crowe K.C.M.G. (1891). Medium: oil
  • Sir Richard Steele Writing to his Wife (1860). Medium: oil
  • Sir Robert [-], knight of the House of Minto. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 7 x 4 inches. Offered on Ebay, Oct 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. A memorial brass to Sir Robert, a knight of the House of Minto, in Glasgow Cathedral, died 1605
  • Sir Roger de Coverley and the Spectator at Westminster Abbey (1880). Medium: oil
  • Sketch for Pope’s Introduction to Dryden (1857). Medium: black chalk drawing, heightened with red. Size: 21 x 15 inches. Current owner: Private collection, purchased from Abbott & Holder for £150, 26 October 1991. The drawing is inscribed (erroneously) on the mount ‘Alexander Pope’.
  • Sketch of three female figures (1861). Medium: drawing. Size: 6.5 x 4.5 inches (16.5 x 11 cm). Offered on Ebay, Sep 2004, and sold by Fellows and Sons of London for £55, 14 Sep 2004. Offered again on Ebay, January 2011. Signed and dated ‘At Horreman’s, Dublin’, 26 Oct 1861
  • Sketch of Two Women and a Third Figure. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 5.25 x 4.25 inches. Offered on Ebay, Dec 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Sketch. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 10.7 x 16 cm. Offered for auction, 2000
  • Sketches from Prague (1865). Medium: pencil drawings on one sheet. Size: 8 x 7 inches. Signed and dated 25 July 1865. Offered on Ebay, Sep 2004, Apr 2005 and Jan 2006, by a dealer in Stafford.
  • Sketches (various) in Crowe family papers, National Art Library, 1867-1902. Medium: pencil and ink drawings (MSL/2001/4/1/24)
  • Sketches (various) in Garthewin Additional Collection, University of Wales, Bangor. Medium: pencil drawings (Garthewin Additional 1571-1573 and 1582)
  • Slave Auction at Richmond, Virginia (1856). Medium: pen and ink.
  • Slaves Waiting for Sale: Richmond, Virginia (1861). Medium: oil.
  • Smith (1894). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 6.25 x 5.75 inches. Offered on Ebay, Dec 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Signed and dated 14 May 1894.
  • Soldiers Meeting (1870). Medium: oil on canvas.
  • St Denis (1896). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 8 x 6 inches. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers.
  • Stone Bench (1872). Medium: pencil drawing.
  • Strand (1883). Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 7 x 4.5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Feb 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers. Offered again, June 2007, by a dealer from Houston, Texas. Signed and dated, ‘Strand, Nov 8, 83’. Shows a lamp-post.
  • Studies for a picture at the Royal Academy (c.1875). Medium: sketch. Exhibited at 1875 Dudley Gallery Black and White Exhibition
  • Studies of a bust of John Bright by D.W. Stevenson (1894). Medium: pencil and ink drawings.
  • Study after portrait of Edward Montagu, Lord Kimbolton (1854). Medium: pencil drawing
  • Study after portrait of Lady Anne Bingham by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1878). Medium: pencil drawing.
  • Study Interior with Artist Painting. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 10 x 14 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (12s)
  • Study of a Cavalier. Medium: watercolour. Size: 21.5 x 14 cm (8 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches). Auctioned by Bonham’s, Oxford, 20 Jan 2010, sold for £144
  • Study of a Woman with a Jug. Medium: pencil and red and brown wash drawing
  • Study of four seated Indians from a painting or miniature in the South Kensington Museum (1884). Medium: black chalk drawing.
  • Suff[–] Janet at St James’ Palace’ (1867), a sketch from the British Museum. Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 4.5 x 7.5 inches. Signed and dated 3 October 1867. Offered on Ebay, Sep 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Tethered (1873). Medium: oil.
  • ‘Thackeray Book Plate’ (1904). Medium: block print, book plate design. Made for firm of M.P.F. Atkin, Nottingham; block print produced in 1906, according to Crowe’s diary
  • The Artist. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 7 x 4.25 inches. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • The Battle of Agincourt (1847). Medium: cartoon in oil
  • The Betrothal of Burns and Highland Mary (1866). Medium: oil.
  • The Blind Beggar (1879). Medium: oil.
  • The Boulogne Fisher’s Wife (1850). Medium: oil. Exhibited: British Institution, 1850
  • The Bridge over the Seine opposite Mount Valerian (1855). Medium: watercolour over pencil. Size: 10 x 17 inches. This scene was auctioned at Sotheby’s on 21 May 1981. In 1855, Crowe was living in Paris. He had moved back to London by January 1856.
  • The Brigs of Ayr (1894). Medium: oil
  • The Coalfields, with Figures. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 30 x 44 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (13s). Possibly a sketch for ‘A Spoil Bank‘ (1874)
  • The Concertina Player of Trafalgar Square (1902). Medium: oil painting
  • The Cornfield. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 16 x 20 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s)
  • The Cripple Beggar of Charing Cross (first version). Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 14 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (2s). Probably a sketch for ‘The Concertina Player of Trafalgar Square’ (1902)
  • The Cripple Beggar of Charing Cross (second version). Medium: oil on panel. Size: 14 x 10 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (3s)
  • The Crow-Boy (1897). Medium: oil
  • The Defence of London in 1643 (1882). Medium: oil
  • The Dinner Hour, Wigan (1874). Medium: oil.
  • The Doles of Montreuil (1901). Medium: oil painting
  • The Embroidress (1903). Medium: oil painting
  • The Founder of English Astronomy / Horrocks Seeing the Actual Transit of Venus (1891). Medium: oil
  • The French Savants in Egypt, 1798 (1875). Medium: oil.
  • The Gipsy’s Rest (painted sketch) (c.1896). Medium: ink painting
  • The Gipsy’s Rest / The Gipsy Encampment (1897). Medium: oil
  • The interior of Ambrose Jerome’s studio with armours. Medium: watercolour over pencil with gum arabic. Size: 9 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches. Auctioned by Sotheby’s, 27 Apr 1988 (estimate £300-500); offered for auction again, 1989
  • The Jacobite (1869). Medium: oil.
  • The Kitchen Garden (1903). Medium: oil painting
  • The Latest News. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 40 x 60 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (10s 6d)
  • The Loggerheads (1906-1907). Medium: oil painting
  • The meeting of Louis XI and Edward IV on the Bridge of Pecquigny (1855). Medium: painting. This scene was auctioned at Sotheby’s on 16 May 1988. It fetched £2,200.
  • The Mourners – a Corner of the Sailors’ Home, Bristol (1895). Medium: oil
  • The New Recruit (n.d.). Medium: oil
  • The Penance of Dr. Johnson, 1784 (1869). Medium: oil.
  • The Poultry Yard (1900). Medium: oil painting
  • The Queen at Work. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 5 x 8.25 inches. Offered on Ebay, Dec 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • The Queen of the May (1879). Medium: oil.
  • The Rehearsal (1876). Medium: oil.
  • The Roman Carnival (1848). Medium: oil. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1848
  • The Roundhead (1859). Medium: oil.
  • The Rt. Hon. John Bright, M.P., at the Reform Club, 1883 (1904). Medium: oil on panel
  • The Schoolroom (1880). Medium: pencil drawing with watercolour. Size: 8 x 7 inches. Offered on Ebay, Apr 2005, June 2006 and Sep 2008, by a dealer in Stafford, ‘From an album which contained 95 pencil/pen and watercolour sketches dated between 1845-1897 with many signed,dated,and inscribed’.
  • The Secession Movement – Entrance Hall to an hotel at Charleston, South Carolina (c.1861). Medium: ink drawing.
  • The Seven Sisters, Vale of Elwy, N. Wales (1905). Medium: oil painting
  • The Signal Mortar (1889). Medium: oil
  • The Slave Auction (1862). Medium: oil
  • The Sun Bonnet (n.d.). Medium: oil on canvas
  • The Vestal (1870). Medium: oil.
  • The Veteran’s Pipe (1907). Medium: oil painting
  • The Village Farrier(1903). Medium: oil painting
  • The Village Fountain (1869). Medium: oil.
  • The Watering Place / Étaples (1903). Medium: oil painting
  • The Way to the Farm / A Country Lane (1899). Medium: oil
  • The Windmill of Crécy/ Crécy in Ponthieu, 26 August 1346 (1903). Medium: oil painting
  • The Witches’ Trial (attributed to ‘the circle of Eyre Crowe’). Medium: oil on panel, arched top. Size: 27 x 35in (68.7 x 88.8cm). Auctioned by Christies, London, 25 Aug 1994 (£462)
  • Thomas Carlyle Looking at the Duke of Buccleuch’s Miniatures of Cromwell, his Wife and Daughter (1895). Medium: oil
  • Three Pigeons/Doves (1878). Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 8¾ x 6¾ inches. Offered on Ebay, July 2010, by a dealer in London
  • Tiff / The Bench by the Sea (1872). Medium: oil.
  • Tower of London – Inside and Outside Views (1846). Medium: pencil drawing. Size: 5 x 6 inches; and 3.5 x 6 inches. Offered on Ebay in Sep 2005 by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Trial for Bigamy (1897). Medium: oil
  • Vegetable Market at Frankfurt (1843). Medium: Pencil drawing
  • View from Vasserol. Medium: watercolour drawing
  • View near Montreal [Montreuil] – Farmhouse scene with figure feeding poultry. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Size: 40 x 60 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (13s)
  • View of Fireplace. Medium: oil painting or sketch. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (share of 3s). Unfinished
  • Village on a river with boats. Medium: watercolour drawing
  • W B Scott (1893-1904). Medium: oil? This portrait of Crowe’s friend was mentioned frequently in his diaries between 1893 and 1904, but seems never to have been finished.
  • Walter Morrison M.P., reading in the Reform Club (1894). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 32½ x 20 cm. Current owner: Private collection. This sketch portrait came up for auction in 2000. Walter Morrison was a member of the Reform Club, which Eyre Crowe joined in 1861.
  • Whitefield Preaching in Moorfields, A.D. 1742 (1865). Medium: oil.
  • William Makepeace Thackeray / Self-portrait [?] (1845). Medium: watercolour
  • William Makepeace Thackeray sketch (1845). Medium: pen and ink sketch
  • Window. Medium: chalk drawing. Size: 7 x 4½ inches. Offered on Ebay, Mar 2006, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Window Cleaners (1882). Medium: ink drawing.
  • Woman Knitting / Strickende Bauerin (1909). Medium: pencil and watercolour. Size: 21.7 x 16.9 inches (55 x 43 cm). Auction details on Artnet.com
  • Woman with Hat (1877). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 5.75 x 3.75 inches. Signed and dated 16 Oct 1877. Offered on Ebay, Nov 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • Woman Working. Medium: ink drawing. Size: 6 x 4 inches. Offered on Ebay, Oct 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers
  • ‘Wood-notes Wild’ (1883). Medium: oil. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1883. This painting was not noted in any of the principal newspapers or periodicals on its exhibition in 1883.
  • Writing a Message to St Helena (1891). Medium: oil
  • Yardley. Medium: drawing. Sketch portrait of a member of the Reform Club
  • Young Girl with Cat (1897). Medium: ink drawing. Size: 5 x 7.5 inches. Offered on Ebay, Sep 2005, by Raye Dean Gilbert, Fine Art Dealers.
  • Young Woman in Profile (n.d.). Medium: coloured pencil sketch. Size: 7 x 12 cm. Auctioned by Franklin Browns, Edinburgh, 20 May 2017
  • Young Lady in White Dress. Medium: oil painting. Size: 56 x 40 inches. Auctioned by Messrs Furber, 22 Feb 1911 (5s)

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