James Fletcher-Watson (1913-2004) is still regarded as one of the leading British watercolour landscape painters of his time.
He was a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and the Royal Society of British Artists. His atmospheric style of painting has inspired countless amateur and professional watercolour artists. James founded the Pure Watercolour Society towards the end of his life to promote the tradition of painting with pure, translucent washes. His home in the Cotswolds is now a centre for watercolour painting, with a programme of art courses, James’s original studio, and his prints, books and dvds available to purchase www.windrushartcourses.co.uk