Biography

Philip Hermogenes Calderon (Poitiers 3 May 1833 – 30 April 1898 London) was an English painter of French birth (mother) and Spanish (father) ancestry who initially worked in the Pre-Raphaelite style before moving towards historical genre. He was Keeper of the Royal Academy in London.

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Artworks

Philip Hermogenes Calderon Broken Vows

1856

Philip Hermogenes Calderon By the Waters of Babylon

1852

Features

St John’s Wood clique

A loose association of painters who lived in the St John’s Wood area of London in the 1870s and 1880s ...

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