Charles Alexander Smith

Charles Alexander Smith
"L'Assemblée des six-comtés", a painting of the Lower Canada (Quebec) Assembly of the Six Counties made in 1890 by Charles Alexander Smith.

Charles Alexander Smith (1864–1915) was a Canadian painter from Ontario.

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