George Vincent 1796 – c.1832 was considered by art historians to be one of the most talented of the Norwich School of painters, Vincent’s work was founded on the Dutch school of landscape painting as well as the style of John Crome.
The son of a weaver, Vincent was educated at Norwich Grammar School and afterwards apprenticed to Crome. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, British Institution, and elsewhere. From 1811 until 1831 he showed at the Norwich Society of Artists, exhibiting more than 100 pictures of Norfolk landscapes and marine works. By 1818 he had relocated to…Read more