Robert Innes

The Green Boat

The Green Boat

80 x 80cm, £2,600

Millers Bay and the Paps

Millers Bay and the Paps

50 x 50cm, £1,250

Daffodils and Bluebells

Daffodils and Bluebells

80 x 80cm, £2,400

Millers Bay

Millers Bay

100x100cm, £4,000

Camellias

Camellias

60 x 60cm, £1,400

Snow on the Tops

Snow on the Tops

70 x 100cm, £3,000

High and Dry

High and Dry

80 x 80cm, £2,600

Ring of Bright Water (study)

Ring of Bright Water (study)

26 x 36cm, £875

Azaleas and Wisteria

Azaleas and Wisteria

100 x 100cm, £4,000

A Ring of Bright Water

A Ring of Bright Water

70 x 100cm, £3,000

A Blast of Fresh Air

A Blast of Fresh Air

100 x 150cm, £6,000

In the Cherry Orchard

In the Cherry Orchard

SOLD 60 x 60cm, £1,000

The Forth

The Forth

SOLD 120 x 160cm, £4,000

SOLD Port Salon Beach

SOLD Port Salon Beach

SOLD Sophie

SOLD Sophie

SOLD Cherry Blossom

SOLD Cherry Blossom

SOLD Daffodils 8

SOLD Daffodils 8

SOLD

SOLD

​Whether he is working in oil or watercolour, on a sun-baked hillside in Southern France or a windswept beach in Scotland, Robert Innes has the rare ability to transport you to the spot at which his painting was created. With his latest work, he continues to develop his favourite themes, experimenting both with greater use of watercolour and much bolder impasto effects in oil. With scenes from France you can feel the dry heat and smell the balsam from the pine trees; with the beach and sea-scapes the water is never far away in his work and you can hear the crashing waves. Robert has never been constrained by the canvas and he continues to try out different shapes and scales that he feels suit his subject matter best. Intriguingly, a stronger figurative element is also emerging and it will be interesting to see how this develops.

Having a painting by Robert on your wall is to possess a work by an artist who is truly committed to his profession. In today's fast-moving and uncertain world, it will also remind you of the need to slow down and simply appreciate the natural beauty of the landscape... which is no bad thing for any of us.