Silversmith, sculptor and painter. He was born in 1904. Immediately after the war Linton was the most accomplished silversmith in Australia with a very busy workshop making major commissions for the East, South and West Coasts, and exhibiting in prestigious exhibitions.
An exhibition of Australian designers curated by Marion Hall Best in her new position as director of the David Jones Art Gallery. (30 September – 15 October, 1948) The exhibitors included James A B Linton (metalsmith), Frances Burke, Gordon Andrews, Steven Kalmar, Richards and Buchanan (fabric), Allan Lowe (potter) and Professor George Korody (Artes Studio). Images and expanded entry available from http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/database/?irn=161627#ixzz2uthdRnSG Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial