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Alfred Vickers was a self taught landscape artist whose light and sparkling style has been compared to Boudin.
He exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1831-68 also exhibiting at the British Institute (125 works) as well as at Suffolk Street.
Vickers painted English views, especially river scenes in a rapid sketchy style. His use of a range of pale greens is very distinctive.
Works by the artist are held by the Art Galleries of Glasgow, Nottingham and Sheffield.