John Dodgson Barrow

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Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Lake View Cemetery, Skaneateles, New York (1895)
The entrance to the John D. Barrow Art Gallery is through the Skaneateles Library

John D. Barrow (November 24, 1824 – December 7, 1906),[1] primarily a landscape painter, has been regarded as belonging to the second generation of the Hudson River School. His subjects were frequently Central New York scenes, mostly around Skaneateles, New York, where he lived and worked until moving to New York City. A non-profit gallery is devoted to his work in the village of Skaneateles.

Barrow designed the Skaneateles Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (1895) at Lake View Cemetery. He also designed the addition to the village's public library that houses his art gallery.



  1. ^ Obituary, The Democrat, December 13, 1906.

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