Crome

/ (krəʊm) /


noun
  1. John, known as Old Crome. 1768–1821, English landscape painter and etcher

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How to use Crome in a sentence

  • Almost worth while to have fought the war to have the Bolderby Old Crome, as it were, in flux!

  • What an apostrophe is that to old Crome at the end of the twenty-first chapter!

    Lavengro | George Borrow
  • It is when he is thus commenting on his brother's characteristics that Borrow gives his own fine if narrow eulogy of Old Crome.

    George Borrow and His Circle | Clement King Shorter
  • Beneath are the name “John Crome” in gold letters, and a palette and pencils; and above an elegantly carved laurel wreath.

  • Miss Crome, daughter of Old Crome, was a painter of fruit and flowers from nature, and painted successfully.