Alexander Carlyle Bell was a landscape painter and watercolourist.
Bell was a member of the Arts Club from 1865-1896. He often painted Scottish subjects and exhibited his work at the Royal Academy and the New Watercolour Society. In 1881 he was unmarried and living at Freshwater, Hampshire, England.
Wood, Christopher, Victorian Painters, 3rd ed., revised, 2 vols., Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1995; UK census 1881, from http://www.familysearch.org (accessed 2004).