Landscapes | Paintings by James Dickson Innes (1887–1914)

James Dickson Innes, Vernet (Provençal Landscape), 1912
James Dickson Innes, Canigou, 1912-1913
James Dickson Innes, French Landscape, 1911-1912
James Dickson Innes, Arenig Fawr, North Wales, 1911
James Dickson Innes, Landscape with a Figure, Arenig, 1911
James Dickson Innes, Evening, Sun Setting behind Arenig Fach, 1887–1914
James Dickson Innes, Arenig, North Wales, 1913
James Dickson Innes, Arenig, 1911-1912
James Dickson Innes, In the Pyrenees, 1911
James Dickson Innes, View from the White Hart, Guestling, Sussex, 1911-1912
James Dickson Innes, Ranunculus, 1909-1912


James Dickson Innes (1887 – 1914) was a British painter, mainly of mountain landscapes but occasionally of figure subjects.
He worked in both oils and watercolours.


"Like that of the fauves in France and the expressionists in Germany, the style of his work 
is primitive: it is child-like in technique and is associated with the landscape of remote places."

 David Fraser Jenkins (art historian)

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