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Landscape with a Waterfall near Norwich, Norfolk, 1819
Photo credit: The Cheltenham Trust and Cheltenham Borough Council

(b Norwich, 22 Dec. 1768; d Norwich, 22 Apr. 1821). English landscape painter and etcher, with Cotman the major artist of the Norwich School. Whereas Cotman was primarily a watercolourist, Crome painted mainly in oils. He was based in Norwich all his life, earning a major part of his living as a drawing master; he made regular trips to London and visited other parts of the country, but his only journey abroad was to Paris in 1814 to see the exhibition of pictures looted by Napoleon.

Text source: The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (Oxford University Press)

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