List of galleries, museums and other public institutions which own pictures by Eyre Crowe, both on open public display and in storage. Please contact the institution to arrange to see the pictures.
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Pictures on public display
- Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums. Darning Day: Red Maids’ School, Bristol (1876). (Acc. No. ABDAG003361). An image of this picture can be found on the gallery’s website
- Liverpool Museum, Astronomy Room (on loan from the Walker Gallery). The Founder of English Astronomy / Horrocks Seeing the Actual Transit of Venus (1891) (WAG 1805)
- London – Victoria and Albert Museum. Christopher Wren (1863). Cartoon hangs in the Lecture Theatre. Mosaic made from the oil design is located opposite Gallery 126. William Hogarth (1863). Cartoon hangs in the Lecture Theatre. Mosaic made from the oil design is in storage at Blythe House, Olympia.
- London – Dr Johnson’s House Museum, Gough Square. The Penance of Dr. Johnson, 1784 (1869). The picture hangs over the stairwell of the house.
- Manchester Art Gallery. The Dinner Hour, Wigan (1874). The picture hangs in the Manchester Gallery.
- Salford Art Gallery. De Foe in the Pillory (1862). The pictures hangs in the Victorian Gallery.
- Bob Jones University Museum and Art Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina. Luther Posting his Theses on the Church Door of Wittenberg (1864), called ‘Wittenberg, October 31, 1517’ on the website. Further information and an image available on the BJUMG website.
- Milwaukee School of Engineering, Michigan. Shinglers / The Foundry (1869)
- National Gallery of Victoria. A Sheep-Shearing Match (1875)
Pictures owned by institutions but not on public display
- Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. Various drawings and watercolours given by Michael C. Jaye in 2004, listed on their online catalogue, some with images.
- Horsham, Surrey, Christ’s Hospital School. Silkworms (1877)
- London – British Museum. A Man Sleeping in the King’s Gallery of the British Museum (1882). Listed on their online catalogue, with an image.
- London – National Portrait Gallery. Henry William Wolff (1905). George John Pinwell (undated). Listed on their online catalogue.
- London – Tate Gallery. Boulogne sur Mer (1846). Listed on their online catalogue, with an image.
- London – Victoria and Albert Museum. A Dead Stork on the Bank of a Stream (1860). Modelling from Life (A Sculptor with a Nude Model and Two Pupils) (1868). Sculpture Gallery door-way at the Exposition Universelle, Paris (1855). The last two items are described in detail online.
- Norwich Castle Museum. Nelson Leaving England for the Last Time (1888). Listed on their online catalogue, with an image.
- Ayr – Rozelle House Galleries. The Brigs of Ayr / The Twa Brigs (1894).
- Chicago History Museum. After the Sale: Slaves going South (1853)
- Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut. Sir James Thomas Knowles (1901). Duplicate version of De Foe in the Pillory (1862).
- Museo Nacional de Bella Artes, Havana. Slave Sale in Charleston, South Carolina (1854)