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Carlton Alfred Smith | Genre painter

Carlton Alfred Smith, RBA RI ROI (1853-1946) was a British watercolourist, oil painter and genre artist who often made images of cottage interiors showing domestic life and figures in cottage interiors in a romantic manner towards the end of the nineteenth century.
He was the son of a steel engraver and spent some of his early years being educated in France.
The artist also studied at the Slade School of Art, winning gold and silver medals.
He became one of the most technically accomplished watercolorists of the late Victorian period.

With Charles Edward Wilson (fl. 1890-1930) he moved from London to join the artistic community founded by Myles Birket Foster Allingham (1848-1926) in the towns or villages surrounding Witley in Surrey.
Smith began his career as a lithographer before the start of his better-known interior domestic views that are marked with strong sunshine.
He exhibited mostly at Suffolk Street, London, but also at the New Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of British Artists from 1879 onward.

Between the years 1916 and 1823 the artist lived in India, during which time he produced both portraits and fascinating scenes of street life.
Works by Carlton Smith can be found in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Sunderland Art Gallery and the National Gallery of Melbourne.
He was a member of the Royal Academy of Art.

Acquerellista, pittore ad olio ed artista di genere britannico che spesso realizzava immagini di interni di cottage che mostravano la vita domestica e le figure negli interni dei cottage in modo romantico verso la fine del XIX secolo.
Smith ha studiato alla Slade School of Art.
Divenne uno degli acquarellisti tecnicamente più abili del tardo periodo vittoriano.
Con Charles Edward Wilson (att. 1890-1930) si trasferì da Londra per unirsi alla comunità artistica fondata da Myles Birket Foster Allingham (1848-1926) nelle città o nei villaggi circostanti Witley nel Surrey.
Smith ha iniziato la sua carriera come litografo prima dell'inizio delle sue più note vedute domestiche interne che sono contrassegnate da un forte sole.
Espose principalmente a Suffolk Street, Londra, ma anche alla New Watercolor Society e alla Royal Society of British Artists dal 1879 in poi.
Fu membro della Royal Academy of Art.