Welsh painter James Dixon Innes studied first at Carmarthen Art School and then at the Slade. Innes made several trips abroad in order to paint, most importantly to Collioure, France. He is, however, best known for his paintings of Wales. In works of a Post-Impressionist style he developed a poetic intensity. He painted at speed, using chopped brushstrokes to render foliage, clouds or light reflections on water. His career was cut short by tuberculosis.
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