Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Lance, George (1802-64), the still-life painter, was a native of Little Easton, Essex. He was a pupil of Haydon for seven years, and exhibited between 1828 and 1862 both at the Royal Academy and the British Institution. He died at Sunnyside, near Birkenhead. Three of his pictures, two of which are fruit pieces, are in the National Gallery, and two fruit pieces and a portrait of himself (1830) at South Kensington.