- > William Caldwell Crawford
1879 - 1960
William Caldwell Crawford was a life-long friend of Cadell and is credited, along with John Duncan, with introducing him to the island of Iona. After he returned from his studies in Paris in the late 1890s, he painted in the West of Scotland and the Lothians, and in his old age on Ibiza. A man of private means and a very experienced yachtsman, he spent most summers sailing in the West of Scotland, often accompanied by such painters as Robert Burns, Edwin Alexander and George Houston.