David Dipnall Artist

David Dipnall

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Traditional British Landscape Artist

Why add a David Dipnall to your collection?

David has built a solid reputation as an award-winning landscape artist, and is now regarded by many as the pinnacle of English countryside painters. His paintings grace the homes of many loyal collectors. His beautiful woodland and seascapes capture the atmosphere of the seasons; the serenity of a woodland stream, or the setting sun over the Devon countryside.  His landscapes are both classic and timeless, and offer an enchanting calm to grace any interior.

About David’s Work 

David’s traditional oil paintings are bursting with atmosphere and detail. His tranquil pastoral scenes  predominantly draw upon the countryside of south east England, with their lush fields and rural meadows and hills, and the coastal headland of Devon with its wildflowers and stunning vistas. These beautiful paintings have been reproduced as limited editon prints and are especially popular amongst collectors with David being awarded ‘Best Selling Published Artist’ in 2002.   

Styling Ideas

David’s landscapes are painted in meticulous detail displaying remarkable traditional skill.   His realistic scenes command close inspection, and are particularly suited for display in prominent and eye-catching areas in home interiors, including above mantelpieces,  dining tables and on feature walls.

About The Artist

David sadly passed away recently (2023) having returned to his native Scotland and living and painting in the Isle of Skye.  An intrepid traveller, David was born in Jedburgh in Scotland in 1941.  He studied Engineering design in the South coast of England and in later life worked as a product designer.  Much of his life was spent on the move, upon marrying his wife, Audrey, they set off to the travel the world in a LandRover, settling eventually in Australia for five years.  Returning to England and turning his art into a professional career, David continued to divide his time between Australia and Britain, travelling nearly 2 million miles in his last decade alone.