Here are a collection of images of landscapes that you can use as inspiration to create your own drawing, painting, collage, poem or piece of writing. You can find more landscape imagery on our ISLAND page and OUTSIDE / INSIDE page, where there are a number of short films that depict the British Landscape. You could try pausing the film on a frame you like and work from this. Or perhaps you can try working from memory. Is there a place that is special to you, that you can bring to mind? Try closing your eyes and visualising this place, then start to sketch or write out what you remember. Or maybe you can try working from your imagination and create an otherworldly, interior landscape such as those of Paul Nash, Peter Doig, Lee Krasner.
CLICK HERE to find out more about Landscape painting and the varied approaches artists have taken to this subject through history.
There are also a number of artists renowned for their landscapes such as Lucy Jones, Edward Hopper and David Hockney, who you will find on our ARTISTS page.
The following photographs are published with the kind permission of Erika Robertson.
All © Erika Robertson
Paul Nash, Landscape from a Dream 1936–8, Tate Archive, Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND (3.0 Unported)
Evelyn Dunbar, A Land Girl and the Bail Bull 1945 , Tate Archive, Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND (3.0 Unported)
Lucy Jones, Colour in Autumn, 2017, pastels on paper © Lucy Jones, courtesy of Flowers Gallery
The following photographs are courtesy of Daisy Richardson
Image: Isle of Harris
Image: Ferry to Uist