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'Bateau pecheur', fishing boats off Naples
Callow was born in Greenwich and studied under Theodore Fielding along with Charles Bentley. In Paris during the 1830s he shared a studio with Thomas Shotter Boys through whom he was influenced by Richard Parkes Bonington. He took over Boys' studio in 1834 and built up a large practice teaching the French nobility, including the son and daughter of King Louis Philippe.
Original size: 257 mm x 366 mm
- Image reference: PX9909
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London