Maybe this has been asked before. Do any of you get some of your ideas and/or inspiration from the work of artists? I am quite a magpie in my tastes but find strong compositional ideas in the English landscapes of people like Frank Newbould, Eric Ravilious, Edward McKnight Kauffer and the engraver Thomas Bewick. I get ideas about light, space and sky from James Turrell. (He has installed a couple of his 'Skyspaces' here in the UK in Cornwall and the Kielder Forest.) What I am asking is not 'which artists you admire most as artists' but which artists give you direct ideas or inspiration that helps you with your photography. At risk of being flamed (and despite believing firmly that photography IS practiced as art and that there ARE many great photographic artists living and dead) can I ask you to list your favourite non-photographic artists? Thanks.