Find great deals on eBay for Charles Bartlett in Prints from Dealers and Resellers. Shop with confidence. Charles Bartlett, known as Bob, who has died aged 93, was an exceptional painter and printmaker whose work brought the traditional seascape into the contemporary art world.
He bought his first Charles W. Bartlett was a talented artist who captured images of Europe, India, Japan, China, Ceylon, and Hawaii in various art forms including oil paintings, watercolors, etchings, and Japanese woodblock prints.
Charles Bartlett ( ) was a highly regarded painter and printmaker. He was born in Grimsby but as a child lived in Eastbourne, later attending Eastbourne School of Art. Charles Bartlett was born in England in 1860. He began his education with the intention of becoming a chemist, but switched to fine art, enrolling at the Academy of Art in London at the age of twentythree.
Miles, Richard and Jennifer Saville, A Printmaker in Paradise, The Art and Life of Charles W. Bartlett, with a catalogue raisonn of etchings and color woodblock prints The style of Charles Bartlett's watercolors with colorful, large flat areas was much in line with Watanabe's idea of a modern Japanese print. In 1916 Watanabe published 21 prints with Bartlett. Many were from sketches that the artist had made in India. Charles Bartlett ( ) A Corner of the Forbidden City, Peking Original Prints Ink Representational Architectural: 2.
ID# Charles Bartlett ( ) Bridge to Summer Palace Peking Original Prints Ink Representational Architectural Sold: 3. ID# Charles Bartlett ( ) Charles William Bartlett was one of the first artists to work with the publisher Watanabe Shozaburo. Bartlett designed a total of 38 woodblock prints for Watanabe, beginning in 1916 and lasting through 1925.