The following was submitted by Peter Sweeny:
"Charles McCall paints almost entirely from visual sensation. He uses broad masses, flowing lines and above all, rich and minor color tones, and uncomplicated but subtle patterns." Montreal Star
"In small dimensions he can extract from a daily scene such as a woman dressing or a Kensington back street, arrangements in color and tone that are almost freely abstract in the sense that the brush creates its own metaphors without mirroring reality." G.S. Whittet, Studio International, 1965.
"He observes and records, and having a poetic eye and a most subtle color sense which links him with other representational Scottish painters of his gene
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