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T. Hamilton Crawford (1860-1948) after Romney - 1916 Mezzotint, The Gower Family



A mezzotint by Thomas Hamilton Crawford (1860-1948) after George Romney's (1734-1802) painting 'The Gower Family: The Children of Granville, 2nd Earl Gower' (1776-7). Presented unglazed in a black lacquer wooden frame with a gilt-effect slip. Signed in graphite by Crawford to the lower-right edge. Inscribed with the date and publication information in plate to the upper-right edge. On wove.


There is some slight foxing and surface dirt. There are some mild scratches and scuffs to the frame. Overall in good condition.


46.2 x 53.7cm (18.2" x 21.1")
Framed Size: 72 x 78.6cm (28.3" x 30.9")

Artist Biography

Thomas Hamilton Crawford (1860-1948) was a painter of architectural and urban settings and a mezzotint portrait engraver. He was born in Glasgow and a pupil of Hubert Herkomer. He exhibited at the RA (1891-99), the Royal Scottish Academy, the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, and at the Paris Salon (1920-23).

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Code qt981
Artist Thomas Hamilton Crawford (1860-1948) after George Romney (1734-1802)
Date 1916
Dimensions 46.2 x 53.7cm
Medium Mezzotint
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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