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Charles Burton (Born in 1845) was born in London, England. He’s known for his paintings of animals. He won an award for a drawing he did of an antique while he was still attending classes at the Academy Schools. He moved to Notting Hill just two years after winning that award. Here, he took part in a show at the Royal Academy. He became a very close friend of Queen Victoria, who contracted him to paint her grandchildren and her dogs. He worked painted alongside many leading Arts and Crafts artists of the time. He also worked closely with the queen’s personal portrait artist, Edwin Henry Landseer. Before working for the queen, the artist spent most of his time outside, creating paintings of wild animals like deer, etc. After Landseer’s death, he continued working with the queen until his own death. Burton preferred animals to people; this was unlike other artists of his time. “Favorite Dogs”, which was his first painting, was shown in 1866. He exhibited about two paintings every year through 1869, and then took one year off before she came back with 3 new paintings. Burton had a passion for wildlife, but he started painting images of puppies and dogs when he realized that he had few opportunities for seeing wildlife in London. Animal lovers like his art, especially the framed Charles Burton art. Burton frequently reproduced his paintings in various forms to increase their collectability. His art is still highly valued by many collectors, both private and corporate.
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Framed Suspense, poster
Suspense, poster
by Charles Burton Barber
28" x 22"
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Price: $210.99
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Framed Suspense
Suspense
by Charles Burton Barber
39" x 30"
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Price: $311.99
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