Crane studied at Heatherleys Academy and exhibited The Lady of Shallot at the Royal Academy in 1862. His art shows influences of Botticelli and the Pre-Raphalites - he was chosen by Burne-Jones to complete the decoration of George Howard's dining-room at 1 Palace Green Kensington with the story of Cupid and Psyche, and was also associated with William Morris designing his own wallpapers, textiles and tapestries. His illustrations show influence of Japanese Prints and he exhibited regularly at the Grosvenor Gallery. .

Notable example of his work include:
Kings Gab's Story Bag and the Wonderful Stories it contains: in the British Museum

 

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   Tile Design of Heron and Fish, by Walter Crane

 The Young King. Illustration by Walter Crane (1845-1915). Colored

 Tile Design of Heron and Fish, by Walter Crane  
 

Still in Triumph, Stiff with Gold/ Rich Chrysanthemums Unfold, Written and Drawn by Walter Crane 

Book Jacket Design for 'A Floral Fantasy in an Old English Garden' by Walter Crane, C.1890S (Litho)

When Lilies, Turned to Tigers, Blaze/Amid Garden's Tangled Maze, Written and Drawn by Walter Crane

 
 

Tiger Lilies, Illustration from 'Flora's Feast' by Walter Crane, First Published 1889

Hot Cross Buns

Blazing Sunflower, Black and Gold/Burns Yet to Win Sunset's Gold, Written and Drawn by Walter Crane

 
 

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