|Charles T. Baxter, RBA|
Charles Baxter was best known as a painter of fancy portraits and charming, pretty girls, He exhibited regularly at the Suffolk Street Gallery and the Royal Academy, between 1839 and 1872.
His subjects went from rustic to very poetic. Baxter started his career as a book binder and miniature painter. He was elected to the Society of British Artist in 1842. He also exhibited there from 1843 until his death in 1878.
E. Benezit, vol. 1, pg., 533
The Dictionary of Victorian Painters, p. 40
Art Journal, 1864, pp.145-147, biography
Art Journal, 1879, p. 73, obituary
Victoria and Albert Museum; Maas, p. 107, plate 106-111
The Royal Society of British Artists, 1824-1893, p. 30
Victoria and Albert