George Frederick Prosser

George Frederick Prosser was an artist and writer who drew, painted and wrote descriptions of landscapes and topographical views. He is known to have worked between 1826 and 1871.

He may have been born, or spent the early part of his life, in London. He wrote about and illustrated the scenery of Hampshire and Surrey, including views of country houses estates.

Sources

Wood, Christopher, The Dictionary of Victorian Painters, 3rd Edition, Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1995.

Further reading

Prosser, George Frederick, A short historical and topographical account of Saint Giles's Church, Camberwell, G.F.Prosser, London, 1827.

Prosser, George Frederick, Select illustrations of the county of Surrey, comprising...views of the seats of the nobility and gentry...with descriptions by G.F.P., C.and J. Rivington, London, 1828.

Prosser, George Frederick, Select illustrations of Hampshire...With descriptions by G.F.P., J.& A. Arch, London, 1833.

Prosser, George Frederick, Scenic and antiquarian features of the twon and neighbourhood of Guildford, Surrey. [With views drawn by the author.], G.F.Prosser, Guildford, 1840.

Prosser, George Frederick, The Antiquities of Hampshire, illustrated in the ruins of ancient buildings., G.F.Prosser, Guildford, 1842.