Alfred Gomersal Vickers

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Alfred Gomersal Vickers (born April 21, 1810 in Lambeth , † January 12, 1837 in Pentonville ) was an English draftsman, architectural painter and painter of sea pictures.


Alfred Gomersal Vickers was the son and student of the self-taught landscape painter Alfred Vickers (1786–1869). In 1833 he went on a trip to Russia via Northern Germany to make drawings for C. Heath's Annuals . Drawings from Northern Germany were also made on this trip. Engravings of his impressions of Russia can be found in numerous museums. He died when he became known. His works were auctioned at Christie's in London in February 1837 .


  • Thieme-Becker : General Lexicon of Fine Artists , Volume 34, Leipzig 1940, p. 328;
  • Gustav Lindke: Alte Lübecker Stadtansichten , Lübeck 1968, No. 64 and p. 109;
  • Campbell Dodgson: Vickers, Alfred Gomersal in: Dictionary of National Biography , 1885–1900, Volume 58 ( Wikisource )