Artist Biography

Charles Trevor Garland

(1855 - 1906)

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    Charles Garland was a late-nineteenth century British artist known for his charming genre scenes of women and children. Based in London, Garland was a skilled painter whose work involved elements of narrative, portraiture, animal painting, still life, architecture, and landscape. He was a master of each field, unifying his animated figures and lush settings into structured compositions that convey a playful or sentimental mood. In line with Victorian sensibility, Garland’s paintings represent the affective bond between parents and children, children and animals, adults and nature, as it existed on both sides of the social divide. He was a frequent exhibitor at prestigious institutions including the Royal Academy, Suffolk Street, and the New Water-Colour Society in London

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