New England Vista
oil on canvas
28'' x 38''
Buckler, Charles E.

Charles E. Buckler was born in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1869.  He later lived in Melrose Massachusetts and studied under Eric Pape and William Robinson at the Boston Institute. He is best known for his scenes of New England, but also did paintings of various animals, and wired-haired fox terriers, which the artist raised for some time.

He was a member of the Bay State Art Guild, and exhibited extensively in Boston at the Boston Art Club and the Vose Gallery. The artist is represented in many private collections.  Buckler is also listed in "Who's Who in American Art."

The artist died in 1953.