Not only do I produce pictures; I also collect those by others.
This particular one, in its 'country house condition' frame, is by Scottish artist Murray Urquhart. I bought it back in the late 60's from a grotty Worthing junk shop. I exchanged £4 for it.
Urquhart was a quality painter (you can read more about him here, as told by his son), and his paintings now sell for reasonable money; the above being worth round about 100 times what I paid for it (still not a huge amount).
Whilst recently looking for info' about Urquhart, I noticed that he lived from 1880 to 1972, meaning that he was still alive when I bought my landscape. I wish I'd known that at the time.
His son, Sir Brian Urquhart, later became Under-Secretary General to the United Nations.