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1907 - 1998
McIntosh Patrick's subject was an archetypal Scottish pastoral landscape, one that has been cultivated by man for hundreds of years. 'Man-made, not God-made' is how he is said to have liked nature. McIntosh Patrick made a virtue of the irregular; dry-stone dykes snaking their way around fields, the outline of trees on a horizon, painted in sharp detail giving his vistas an unusual clarity. The influence of old masters such as Breughel and Mantegna are easily apparent in his pictures but so too are contemporary painters such as Frederick Cayley Robinson.
Sheep-Farm-on-the-Braes-of-Breadalbane.jpgBen-SliochFW.jpgJ M Patrick
FarmhouseJ M Patrick - BrugesJ M Patrick - TarasconJ M Patrick - Course des Taureaux aux Arenes - ArlesJ M Patrick - A Quaint Corner of AvignonJ M Patrick - The Ramparts, CarcassonneJ M Patrick - AssisiJ M Patrick - Tidal Basin, Dundee HarbourJ M Patrick - Tidal BasinJ M Patrick - Snow Storm, Dundee HarbourJ M Patrick - Briggs Refinery, DundeeJ M Patrick - Les Baux, ProvenceJ M Patrick - Loch EtiveJ M Patrick - Briggs MenJ M Patrick - AvignonJ M Patrick
Rocky LandscapeMcIntosh - Unthank Farm#6D48EJames McIntosh Patrick - December Ploughing
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