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Crowe, Eyre Evans, 1799-1868
[Letter from Chough (Thomas Foster's sobriquet for Crowe) to Thomas Crofton Croker inviting him to visit]
Handwritten letter from 'Chough' (Thomas Foster's sobriquet for Crowe) to Thomas Crofton Croker inviting Croker to visit the following evening, and asking him to bring with him items Crowe may have forgotten. Author mentions tickets for lectures by Foscalo, an author called Black, a benefit for Anna Maria Tree, and Alfred Nicholson. Pasted to the back of the letter is a pen and ink sketch by Foster of figures sitting around a candle.
Crofton Croker Album
22nd May 1823
17.9 x 11.8 cm.
Ink on paper
Purchased by National Gallery of Ireland from a private collector in London in 2003.
By appointment only
National Gallery of Ireland
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A woman and two children sitting around a candle