David Dipnall

wild day at elgol
£1,575.00
30.0 x 46.0 cm
Blue and Gold
£1,575.00
30.0 x 46.0 cm
Camus Daraich
£2,795.00
50.0 x 50.0 cm
Gathering Clouds, Sleat
£2,400.00
40.0 x 50.0 cm
Winter Stream
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30.0 x 46.0 cm
The Silvered Loch
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71.0 x 91.0 cm
Evening Calm, Broadford Bay
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46.0 x 64.0 cm
David Dipnall
David Dipnall

David Dipnall (1941-2023) was born in Jedburgh, Scotland during the early war years to English parents. He received his education at Portsmouth Grammar School on the South Coast of England. Initially, he went into Engineering Design but gave this up in 1968 when he and his wife, Audrey, decided to travel the world in a Land Rover before settling in Australia for five years. During this time, David worked in product design and later taught at a Grammar School. On his return to England in the summer of 1974, David Dipnall became a professional artist in response to the demand for his work. He soon became regarded as one of the foremost English landscape artists of the 21st Century, with his work on many best seller lists. In more recent years, he returned to live in Scotland, to the Isle of Skye, which would provide a rich source of inspiration for his paintings right up until the end of his life.

David Dipnall
David Dipnall

David Dipnall (1941-2023) was born in Jedburgh, Scotland during the early war years to English parents. He received his education at Portsmouth Grammar School on the South Coast of England. Initially, he went into Engineering Design but gave this up in 1968 when he and his wife, Audrey, decided to travel the world in a Land Rover before settling in Australia for five years. During this time, David worked in product design and later taught at a Grammar School. On his return to England in the summer of 1974, David Dipnall became a professional artist in response to the demand for his work. He soon became regarded as one of the foremost English landscape artists of the 21st Century, with his work on many best seller lists. In more recent years, he returned to live in Scotland, to the Isle of Skye, which would provide a rich source of inspiration for his paintings right up until the end of his life.