Winston Churchill (1874-1965) was a British Impressionist painter of landscapes and still lives. He was self-trained and engaged in painting as a hobby. Churchill's works were noted for their vibrant, sweepingly romantic colors with wide variations within a canvas. Under pseudonyms, he exhibited in France and then later at the Royal Academy in London. He held large, public exhibitions from 1947 to his death, and his reputation as an artist has steadily grown. Recently, one of landscapes sold at Sotheby's for $1.2 million.
Flowers In a Green Vase (c. 1930s, oil, private collection).