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Crome - The Lime Kiln J020122

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Filename: J020122.jpg

Size: 5064 x 3450 (22.8MB)

Date: 15th August 2008

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Photo Library

Source: English Heritage Images

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Crome - The Lime Kiln J020122

ELTHAM PALACE, London. " The Lime Kiln" c1805/6 by John CROME (1768-1821). Purchased with support from the National Art Collections Fund

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> Heritage > English Stately Homes > Eltham Palace > Eltham Palace interiors

> Industry > Extraction

> The way we were > Georgian Life > Georgian industry and commerce


EDITORS COMMENTS
This image, titled "The Lime Kiln" by John Crome (1768-1821), is a testament to the rich artistic heritage of Georgian England. Painted around 1805-1806, this masterpiece is now part of the esteemed collection held by Historic England Photo Library. The scene unfolds at Eltham Palace in London, where Crome expertly captures the industrious atmosphere of the lime kiln. The kiln, a vital component of the agricultural process during this period, stands prominently against a backdrop of rolling hills and lush greenery. The play of light and shadow on the kiln's rough, textured surface adds depth and intrigue to the painting, while the smoke billowing from the chimney adds a sense of energy and movement. Crome's masterful use of color and composition is evident in the vibrant greens of the foliage, the rich browns of the kiln, and the contrasting blues of the sky. His attention to detail is evident in the intricately rendered bricks of the kiln and the meticulously painted reflections on the still water. This painting not only offers a glimpse into the past, but also showcases the artistic prowess of John Crome, a prominent figure in the Norwich School of Painters. His ability to capture the essence of a scene, from the mundane to the magnificent, continues to captivate viewers and inspire artists to this day. The acquisition of "The Lime Kiln" by Historic England was made possible with support from the National Art Collections Fund. This acquisition not only adds to the richness of the Historic England Photo Library's collection but also ensures that this important piece of artistic and historical significance is preserved for future generations to appreciate and study.

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