By 1841 he and his wife Caroline had a family of four sons and a daughter. Later they moved to Barnes, (almost within sight of the Thames, which Williams so often used as the subject of his paintings) where the artist lived for over fifty years.
George almost certainly inherited a talent from his background, but his work also contains distinguishing characteristics, which give it a very definite identity. He handled colour with great freedom, producing a variety of surface and delicate fluidity of tone, a golden harmony that owes something to J.M. Turner. Whether winter or summer scenes, these canvases are overlaid with a subtle transparency of yellow glazing, creating either warmth or cold, according to the value of the tones employed.
Williams exhibited mainly at Suffolk Street (140 works) as well as at the Royal Academy between 1841 and 1885, British Institution and elsewhere.
Works by this artist…
Fishermen in a Landscape( ref : 12693 )
Woodcutters in a Landscape( ref : 12693 )
A Fisherman on the Thames( ref : 12617 )
Sunset over a Winter Landscape( ref : 10795 )