Joseph Carew

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This article is about the sculptor. For the department store magnate, see Joseph T. Carew.

Joseph Carew (c1820-1870) was a sculptor in Boston, Massachusetts, active between 1840–1870, and collaborated with Thomas A. Carew as the firm Carew & Brother. He exhibited his works frequently at the Boston Athenæum, with major exhibitions in 1853, 1859 and 1860. He also carved monuments for Mt. Auburn Cemetery.

1848 ad for Carew Bros., Boston

Selected works[edit]


  • Glenn B. Opitz, Dictionary of American Sculptors, Apollo, 1984. ISBN 978-0-938290-03-2.
  • George Cuthbert Groce, David H. Wallace, Dictionary of Artists in America, 1564-1860, New York Historical Society, 1957.