David Inshaw

British artist and painter. Born in 1943 at Wednesfield, Staffordshire, and moved to Biggin Hill, Kent in 1950. Studied painting at Beckenham School of Art (1959–63) and the Royal Academy School of Painting (1963–66). Taught at West of England College of Art in Bristol. Founder member of the Brotherhood of Ruralists. He left the group in 1983. Currently lives in Devizes, Wiltshire. Described by Andrew Lambirth as ‘the greatest living proponent of the English Romantic tradition’.
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The Beatitudes of Love: Sociableness or Toasting by Stanley Spencer. Owned for a time by David Inshaw

The Beatitudes of Love: Sociableness or Toasting by Stanley Spencer. Owned for a time by David Inshaw

David Inshaw with a version of Willow Tree (2010)

David Inshaw with a version of Willow Tree

Article by Mike Healey about David Inshaw and Douglas Wilson. Illustrated: Wilson's Lifting the Onions.

Article by Mike Healey about David Inshaw and Douglas Wilson. Illustrated: Wilson's Lifting the Onions.

The Fight Between Carnival and Lent (1559) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Le Ventre de Paris: Pieter Bruegel the Elder's 'The Fight between Carnival and Lent', Carnival astride a beer barrel jousts with a roasting-spit. Lent on a prayer stool jousts with a baker's pole and two herrings.

Detail from The Baptism of Christ (c. 1448–50) by Piero della Francesca. The figure removing his shirt to receive the sacrament of God’s grace appears in Allegory I as a man undressing for the beach.

Detail from The Baptism of Christ (c. by Piero della Francesca. The figure removing his shirt to receive the sacrament of God’s grace appears in Allegory I as a man undressing for the beach.

David Inshaw working on The Cricket Game (1976).

David Inshaw working on The Cricket Game

David Inshaw. Between dreaming and waking. Published to accompany an exhibition held at The Millinery Works, London, 23rd Sept.-26th Oct. 2008. David Inshaw, Simon Rae

Between dreaming and waking. Published to accompany an exhibition held at The Millinery Works, London, Oct.

David Inshaw talking about Alfred Stockholm, first 10 minutes or so, video created by Stephen Jacobson

Alfred Stockham RWA created by Stephen Jacobson RWA

Allegory II (2015) by David Inshaw. "In the foreground there’s a figure of a woman crouching. For years I’ve had the image in my head of a figure crouching, which comes from a painting by Hieronymous Bosch."

Allegory II by David Inshaw. "In the foreground there’s a figure of a woman crouching. For years I’ve had the image in my head of a figure crouching, which comes from a painting by Hieronymous Bosch.

Silbury Hill (undated) by David Inshaw, etching 20 x 13cm

Silbury Hill (undated) by David Inshaw, etching 20 x

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