Exhibited Pictures

The following 119 paintings were exhibited at the Royal Academy summer exhibition in London between 1846 and 1908:

The following 31 paintings are known to have been exhibited at other galleries in Eyre Crowe’s lifetime. 19 of them had previously been exhibited at the Royal Academy but went on to be displayed elsewhere. The other 12 were only shown outside the Royal Academy:

The following pictures have been exhibited at special exhibitions since Eyre Crowe’s death. For pictures on permanent display, see the Pictures in Galleries page:

  • Slaves Waiting for Sale: Richmond, Virginia (1861). Medium: oil. Manchester and Birmingham, ‘Black Victorians’, 2005-6
  • The Dinner Hour, Wigan (1874). Medium: oil. Manchester City Art Gallery, 1938; Storey Institute, Lancaster, 1951; Geneva, 1957; Manchester, 1968; Welsh Arts Council, Cardiff, 1970; Manchester, ‘Hard Times: Social Realism in Victorian Art’, 1987
  • ‘Sandwiches’ (1881). Medium: oil. Manchester, ‘Hard Times: Social Realism in Victorian Art’, 1987
  • Convicts at Work, Portsmouth (1887). Medium: oil. Manchester, ‘Hard Times: Social Realism in Victorian Art’, 1987
  • Sketches for Lady Coventry’s Escort (1892). University of Minnesota, ‘The Art of Mind of Victorian England: Paintings from the Forbes Magazine Collection’, 1974

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