Timothy Easton (1943-). British painter.
Certainly this painter sounds a bit anachronistic, non only just for the pictorial technique that reminds an undefined post-impressionism, but also for the subjects; I fear that scattered iris fields with such colors can only exist in large Dutch floriculture companies. Nevertheless,  these paintings are pleasing to look at, even more than pleasing they give us a sense of harmony and quietness difficult to find. This not a high level art, but is still preferable to the absurdities of so much contemporary art. Is this the consolation of mediocrity? Maybe.