James Lynch is a painter of the English landscape. His passion for wild flying (paragliding) informs his landscapes and skies and his work is often compared to Samuel Palmer and Eric Ravilious.
He paints using the ancient medium of egg tempera which he has spent years mastering.
James exhibits regularly in London and receives commissions from individual clients, corporations and other bodies. His work is in private
and public collections.
James welcomes enquiries and commissions.
"Lynch is very much part of the archetypal English landscape and its mythology. He belongs to a long line of truly English painters."