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Biographical Text

Lancelot Crane is best known for his artistic renderings and illustrations of art that covered Egyptian tombs, like the the tomb of Haremhab. He worked with Theodore Davis on many tombs and his artwork is prominently displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. He trained at the Royal College of Art.

Birth Date

1880

Birthplace

Hammersmith

Death Date

1918

Occupation

Artist

Bibliography

Commendatore Walter Crane, 1915
"Lancelot Crane," The Metropolitan Museum of Art, accessed March 13th 2014, http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/557793

Materials

numerous works of art

Notable Family Members

Walter Crane, father, artist

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Crane_Lancelot

Citation

Citation

“Crane, Lancelot,” The Emma B. Andrews Diary Project, accessed November 13, 2019, http://www.emmabandrews.org/project/items/show/88.

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Item Relations

This Item is mentioned in Item: Volume 17 1910-1911
This Item is mentioned in Item: Volume 18 1911-1912
This Item is mentioned in Item: Volume 19 1912-1913
This Item is mentioned in Item: December 25th 1910
This Item is mentioned in Item: December 24th 1911
This Item is mentioned in Item: December 21 1912
This Item is mentioned in Item: March 16th 1913

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