Charles Arthur Cox was a British artist born in Liverpool, England in 1829. He was active in Waco, Texas, United States and passed away in Boulder, Colorado in 1901. His work is represented in major collections such as the Smithsonian American Art Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Cox’s lithograph titled “Bearings” is one of his notable works. His artistic contributions spanned across continents, impacting both the European and American art scenes. His unique style and technique have left a lasting impression on the art world, inspiring future generations of artists. His cultural impact is evident in the continued appreciation and study of his works in prestigious institutions today.