Although it is now over 44 years since I came to live in England, and although I feel British rather than specifically Scottish, I still feel an element of living in a different land - especially when it comes to the landscape of England, and particularly that of the southern counties. At this time of year I start looking for the Winter trees, and enjoy those that remind me of some of the painters I think of as being particularly English.
Samuel Palmer: Tree studies (from here)
Paul Nash: The Orchard (from here)
Edward Bawden: The Artist's Garden in Winter (from here)
Eric Ravilious: Winter Landscape (from here)
Kurt Jackson: Bird song between showers (from here)
David Gentleman: illustration from Ask the fellows who cut the hay (from here)