Charles Partridge Adams (1858-1942), born in Franklin, Massachusetts, was an American landscape painter. He moved to Denver, Colorado in 1876 and is largely a self-taught artist.
His paintings were first exhibited publicly in Denver in 1886, and he exhibited work in both local and national shows through 1904. In 1893, he established his Denver studio and began to paint in watercolor.He traveled extensively in the Colorado Rockies as well as in New Mexico, Arizona, and Wyoming, painting the Tetons and Yellowstone on several trips between 1900 and 1913 and again in 1932. He produced a substantial body of work of the Teton Range on the Wyoming side of the state’s border with Idaho in the 20th century.