Vernet (Provençal Landscape)

Image credit: Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales

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Vernet-les-Baines is a town on the slopes of Mount Canigou. This picture is based upon a watercolour painted during a visit in the winter of 1912. Vernet is a spa, and Innes probably went there to recuperate after collapsing at the Galway Races the previous September.

Vernet (Provençal Landscape)




oil on canvas


H 28.2 x W 38.5 cm

Accession number

NMW A 198

Acquisition method

purchased from a private collection, 1972

Work type


Inscription description

Chenil stamp on canvas. On frame: (1) In ink - Provencal Landscape by J D Innes, Property of Henry Rushbury RA (rest obscured) (2) In ink - Property of Henry Rushbury RA, Royal Academy (rest obscured) (3) Carvills Removal and Warehousemen (4) Fine Arts Packers Ltd, 8/9 Halkin Arcade (the rest obscured) (5) Southampton Art Gallery - Exhibition of J D Innes (6) Chapman Bros Ltd, Picture restorers etc.


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