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Callum Innes (Scottish, born 1962)
Innes was born in Edinburgh. He studied at Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen, and at Edinburgh College of Art. He lives and works in Edinburgh. Following a Scottish Arts Council residency in Amsterdam in 1987, Innes began to reduce the figurative content in his work. The 'Identified Forms' paintings, begun in 1990, are his first major series of works. In these, as in most of his paintings, the artist removes paint from the canvas using turpentine, as a poignant way of suggesting human existence. Innes was short-listed for the Turner Prize in 1995.