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Aldrichimica Acta 2014, Vol. 47, No. 1

Clues in Moonlight on the Yare by John Crome

John Crome seems to have been influenced by seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Dutch and English masters. It would be a useful exercise to compare Moonlight on the Yare with landscapes by Hobbema (A View on a High Road and A Farm in the Sunlight), Gainsborough (View in Suffolk), Van der Neer (Moonlit Landscape with Bridge), Wilson (Solitude), and Rembrandt (The Mill). It would also be worthwhile to compare Moonlight on the Yare with a number of landscapes of the Norwich area by Crome’s longtime artist friend, brother-in-law, and fellow Norwich resident, Robert Ladbrooke.

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