Williams was born in Tunbridge Wells in the autumn of 1955, the son of a Welsh
father and an English mother whose own father was among those last to make the
famous Tunbridge Ware.
of his boyhood was spent in the country of his birth, where he achieved academic
success, attending the Hugh Christie School.
On leaving at nineteen, he first pursued a commercial and retail career,
whilst continuing to paint in his spare time.
A talented and entirely self-taught artists, the growing demand for his
skilful and appealing work encouraged the young painter to turn professional in
1980. During the following decade
paintings by Glynn have joined diverse collections in continental Europe, Japan,
North and South America, and widely in Great Britain.
admired for his range and versatility, Glynn has a special love and
understanding of the countryside which is revealed through his landscape work.
A keen amateur who studies insect and wild plant life, his affinity with
nature began when hop-picking during his Kent childhood.
belief that paintings should be admired and, above all, enjoyed, has underpinned
his continued success with an attractive series of traditional subjects.
since the mid 80's Glynn lives in a charming cottage surrounded by farmland near
the East Coast of England, where he is currently engaged in commissioned work
for fine art dealers and publishers Hood and Broomfield.
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