In 1932 Alexander was a signatory to an agreement to boycott the
National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa for their exhibition and
purchase policies related to Canadian artists. Alexander was noted
as being a Victoria artist.
It is quite possible this artist is Christina I. Alexander, who
exhibited with the Island Arts and Crafts
Society for a number of years.
" ... the 118 artists who have signed the agreement to date
... include ... C.T. Alexander ... "
From "Canadian Artists Unite to Boycott
National Gallery" by The Canadian Press
Montreal Gazette, December 8 1932