Scottish artist James Patterson, who was active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, was known for his atmospheric landscapes, concise insightful portraits and tactile still life subjects.
Patterson studied at the Glasgow School of Art and also in Paris. He was adept at painting with both watercolor and oil.
The best online representation of his work is to be found on the website of the National Galleries of Scotland. There, in addition to paintings, you will find many portrait studies in black and red chalk.