Charles Levier (1920-2003) was a French 20th century painter known for his landscape, still lifes, and figure painting.Born in Corsica, he studied at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs.He later went to America to live and divided his time between there and France.
His first one-man show was at the Galerie Constantine in Lyons in 1949, followed by his first American show in Los Angeles in 1950. In addition to oil painting, he created works in acrylic paint, gouache, and watercolor. The artist was also influenced by Cubism. His work is in collections at the Museum of Modern Art and the Menton Museum, both in Paris.