Henry Charles Brewer (1866 - 1950) was a British artist, the son of artist Henry William Brewer.
Brewer studied at Westminster School of Art with Frederick Brown and lived in London, where he painted numerous urban scenes, and executed the notable wall paintings in the Lady Chapel of St Peter's Church, Ealing.
He exhibited at the Fine Art Society and the Royal Academy between 1899 and 1902, and in 1913 the Royal Society of Arts awarded him its gold medal.
Brewer also participated in a number of exhibitions in Australia and New Zealand.
A member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Brewer was elected to the Royal Institution of Great Britain in 1914.