Walter Crane

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walter Crane, (* 15. August 1845 in Liverpool; † 14. March 1915 in hearing shame, west Sussex) was an English painter and Illustrator.

He was son and pupil of the haven guessing painter Thomas Crane († 1859), lived in London. Its best oil pictures are: Proserpina and the birth of the Venus. Also as water colorist it is estimated, most well-known however by its illustrations to child writings.

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