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 Charlotte W. Butler  (1872 - )

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts/Maine      Known for: landscape

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Charlotte W. Butler was a key ingredient in the formation of the Ogunquit Art Association. An early pupil of Charles Woodbury's summer art school in Ogunquit Maine, she was part of a group the Maine locals dubbed 'The Virginal Wayfarers'. Their paintings strongly resembled those of their teacher, but showed enough individual style to achieve some regional recognition and to insure a long-lasting acceptance in the Ogunquit Art Association which Woodbury and his colleagues formed.

She was also known in Ogunquit (including several other women) as one of the 'Pine Hill Girls' because she lived on Pine Hill Road which was walking distance from the electric trolley. The trolley, completed in 1907, transported them to town or to church on Sunday.

Butler and fellow artists Leon D. Bonnet, Dacre Bush, Amy Cabot, Gertrude Fiske, Edward R. Kingsbury, and Elizabeth Sawtelle assisted Charles Woodbury as the first directors of the Ogunquit Art Association which was formed on September 28, 1928.

Current art reference books list Charlotte Butler and Charlotte W. Butler as different artists, however, she is the same person and is believed to have lived her later life in Beverly, Massachusetts.

She is listed in these art reference books:

- Who Was Who in American Art
- Davenport's
- Charles Woodbury and His Students
- Ogunquit, Maine's Art Colony, A Century of Color 1886-1986
- Falk, Dictionary of Signatures

Information submitted by: Michael R. Perez

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