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Duration: 1 hour

Documentary about the painters Augustus John and James Dickson Innes who, in 1911, left London for the wild Arenig Valley in North Wales. Over three years, they created a body of work to rival the visionary landscapes of Matisse.

Last on

Fri 1 Feb 2013 00:00 BBC Four

  • Iwan Gwyn Parry

    Iwan Gwyn Parry

    Artist Iwan Gwyn Parry in front of Arenig Fawr in North Wales, the mountain which inspired two of his heroes, James Dixon Innes and Augustus John.

Credits

Executive Producer
Jonty Claypole
Executive Producer
Jonty Claypole
Director
John Holdsworth
Director
John Holdsworth
Producer
John Holdsworth
Producer
John Holdsworth

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