(1918 - 1982)
James A. Camlin was active/lived in Massachusetts. James Camlin is known for New England marine and landscape painting.
Biography James Camlin
From Massachusetts, James Camlin was a painter, primarily in watercolor, of landscapes, especially scenes of New England including Cape Ann, Montana, and the Canadian Rockies. In the 1970s, he began painting a series of western paintings.
After Camlin studied on full scholarship at the School of Practical Art in Boston and in Rockport, Massachusetts with Aldro Hibbard, he was primarily self taught.
He joined the Army in 1942 and while overseas, won a prize in an English art exhibition at Colchester Castle. He was also a lithographer for Rust Craft Greeting Cards in Boston and Dedham, Massachusetts.
For many years, he and his wife Ruth lived in Melrose, Massachusetts.
Camlin exhibited regularly throughout the 19
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