Sarah Louisa Kilpack (1839–1909) or Sarah Louise Kilpack was a British artist and musician who is best known for her portrayals of stormy coastal scenes.
enys Corbet (1826-1909) was a Guernsey-born poet and painter. He held several other occupations during his lifetime however his principle position was as headmaster at the Forest Primary School
Although Peter Le Lievre's work amounts to over 200 paintings and sketches he was better known as a businessman during his lifetime
Paul Jacob Naftel (1817-1891) was the second child of a clock and watchmaker, also named Paul, and his wife, Sophia Bird. Naftel senior had a shop in St Peter Port, which also sold prints and artists' materials
The French Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and a group of friends including fellow artist Paul Lhote and possibly Aline Charigot - who he would go on to marry in 1890 - spent just over a month on Guernsey in the late summer of 1883.