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Christus Consolator

Photo credit: Staffordshire Archives & Heritage

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The painting was begun in 1901 and finished shortly before the artist's death in 1912. T. W. Camm was a stained-glass designer and maker, and painter. He founded the family firm of stained-glass designers, first with his brothers John Matthew and Henry Charles as Camm Bros in 1882, and then under the name T. W. Camm & Co., from The Studio in Smethwick. His daughter Florence was one of three of his nine children to join the family business to which she dedicated her life.

Staffordshire County Museum Service

Milford

  • Date

    1901–1912

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    244 x 305 cm

  • Accession number

    STFMS : 65.083.0001

  • Acquisition method

    purchased from the artist's family, 1965

Staffordshire County Museum Service

Shugborough, Milford, Staffordshire ST17 0XB England

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