ALFRED DE BREANSKI
Breanski had a great passion for the Highlands, and perhaps more than any other artist, captured the atmospheric influences of the undulating landscape.
Alfred de Breanski Snr. was a British landscape painter, best known for his idyllic depictions of rural Wales and Scotland, particularly highland lochs at sunset, which exude a golden rosy light. Breanski was deeply inspired by both John Constable and William Turner but sought his own style of expression. He was fascinated by the texture of rock, earth and foliage and would focus on the minute details of a particular plant or craggy rockface.