Known primarily for his very congenial landscapes and paintings of country houses and interiors, Julian Barrow’s artistic career began in Florence where he studied painting. An extensive traveller, Barrow drew inspiration from his trips to India, South East Asia, the USA and Italy. He exhibited many times at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and at a wide range of London galleries including numerous solo exhibitions at the Fine Art Society as well as the W M Brady Gallery in New York. His legendary studio, previously having been occupied by such major artists as Sargent and Whistler, was located in Tite Street, London. Julian Barrow’s great legacy continues with the many topographical paintings and portrait studies commissioned by his friends and admirers.