Edward Williams (1782-1855), Near Yarmouth Roads. A glorious ‘moonlight’, worthy of John Crome or his son John Berney Crome, and a classic 'Norwich School’ Painting, even though Williams himself wasn’t an East Anglia artist.
Crome was an Englishlandscape artist of the Romantic era. He was a principal member of the Norwich School, one of the earliest exponents of Naturalism in visual art. He lived in Norwich for all his life, and most of his works are Norfolk landscapes.