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 James W. Callow

(Exh. 1860)


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Artist James W. Callow

James Callow is an artist who is only recorded as exhibiting one picture ("The East Scar and Bay, Whitby" at the Royal Academy in 1860). He was possibly the brother of George D. Callow, a landscape painter, who resided at the same address in Newman Street, London. It is not known whether they were related to the more well known artists John Callow and William Callow who were active in the same century.

The work of James Callow seems to be mainly coastal and marine scenes as in the above example.

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