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The Mountain That Had to Be Painted

Duration: 02:12

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.

Available since: Tue 17 May 2011

Credits

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

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The Mountain That Had to Be Painted

How Augustus John and James Dickson Innes painted landscapes in a Welsh valley.

First broadcast: 18 May 2011

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