E.C. Barnes painted in London, and is most noted for his works depicting children, although he was a distinguished painter of Victorian domestic and interior scenes as well. His scenes sometimes served as moral guides, for example, his painting The Seducer (1860), served as a warning against the Victorian vices of lust and non-traditional values, especially for young women.
His works were shown mostly at Suffolk Street, but also were displayed at the British Institution and the Royal Academy from 1856 until his death in 1882.
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