Ian Dodgson Fine Arts


James Henry Crossland R.A. R.C.A.
1852 - 1939

James Henry Crossland was a landscape artist in oils.
The son of a vicar, he was born in Wakefield, Yorkshire but moved firstly to Derbyshire and then to the Lake District.
Most of his work depicted Lake District scenes.
He was a founder member of the Lake Artists' Society in 1904.
He exhibited at Suffolk Street, the Royal Academy and the Royal Cambrian Academy.
The National Collection, the Lakeland Art Trust and the Keswick Museum all hold his works.

The Langdale Pikes by James Henry Crossland

The Langdale Pikes (c1910)

Oil on canvas

35.5cm x 53.5cm (14.0" x 21.1")

2,450.00 GBP


Framed size 55 x 73 cm

Clearing after the storm by James Henry Crossland

Clearing after the storm (c1901)

Oil on canvas

51cm x 76cm (20.1" x 29.9")


Framed size 59 x 84 cm

In the woods above the ferry, Windermere by James Henry Crossland

In the woods above the ferry, Windermere (1911)

Oil on board

22.8cm x 30.5cm (9.0" x 12.0")

545.00 GBP

Signed & dated

Insciption with dedication to Herbert Crossland from James Crossland 11th Feb 1911 with title verso

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