(1860 - 1940)
Charles William Bartlett was active/lived in New York, Hawaii / United Kingdom. Charles Bartlett is known for portrait painting, wood-block print-Oriental themes.
Known for watercolor paintings and woodblock prints, especially of
scenes from his travels through Southeast Asia, China, and later
Hawaii, Charles Bartlett was born and raised in England. He first
work in a metallurgical company and then at the age of twenty-three
began a fine-art career by enrolling for three years at the Royal
Academy in London. Then he went to Paris to study at the Academie
Julian in Paris. In 1889, he returned to England and married but lost
his wife and infant son in childbirth.
He spent a year
traveling in Europe with his friend and fellow artist, Frank Brangwyn,
and painted most figure works of peasant women and children, likely
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