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James Stark, a 19th century English landscape painter, was a leading member of the Norwich School, which began as a discussion group devoted to the self-education and improvement of its members, but ultimately developed into an exhibition society. The rural and pastoral features of Norfolk County emerged as principal themes, generally interpreted in a realist mode. Stark’s depiction of Cromer, Norfolk (1837), a seaside village, is one of his better-known works. A review by Storry and Lomas-Francis in this issue of Immunohematology provides an update of the Cromer blood group system.