William Edward Mayes
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His primary medium was watercolour and most of his paintings are representational landscapes of Norfolk, particularly the Norfolk Broads, in the style of fellow Broadlands painter Stephen John Batchelder. He was a founder member of the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Art Societies.
He died aged 91.
- Joe Carr, Curator, Great Yarmouth Museums, Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service
- David Buckman, Artists in Britain since 1945, Artist Biography M, Goldmark Gallery (2006), page 141.
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