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Painter and draughtsman who gained his Intermediate Diploma in Design, Brighton College of Art, 1948, his National Diploma there, 1950, and his Art Teacher’s Diploma, 1951, then studied as a postgraduate at the Royal Academy Schools, 1956. He had two pictures selected for Jack Beddington’s 1957 book Young Artists of Promise. Crouch was a part-time lecturer at Battersea Institute, 1955–62; Brighton College of Art and Design, 1962–5; Kingston Polytechnic/University, 1963–88; West Surrey College of Art and Design, 1965–76; and Epsom School of Art and Design, 1982–5. His early work was shown in many group exhibitions, including the LG, Wildenstein, Young Contemporaries, Grabowski Gallery, the AIA and elsewhere, later appearances including Vital Art, Atlantis Gallery, 1998.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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