WILLIAMS, Alfred Walter

1824 - 1905

Alfred Walter Williams

Born at Southwark, London on 18 July 1824, son of artist Edward Williams (1782-1855) [q.v.] and his wife Ann née Hildebrandt (1781-1851), who married at St Pancras, London on 12 February 1806 and a member of the Williams family of painters. A landscape painter in oil and watercolour and worked in the Southern Counties, Scotland, Wales, the Lake District, France and Italy. He exhibited from 1843 including at the Suffolk Fine Art Association[q.v.] at Ipswich in 1850 two oil paintings 'A Willow Glen, on the Banks of the Thames' and 'A Valley Scene'. He married at Reigate in 1888, Ann Hutchence (née THORNTON) and by 1895 he had moved to 40 Croydon Road, Reigate, and died at 31 Francis Road, Croydon, Surrey on 16 December 1905, aged 81.




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