David Inshaw

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An exhibition of contemporary British artist and former founder member of The Ruralists at The Fine Art Society, London. Nocturne, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Tate Gallery, Art Society, Country Artists, Amazon Art, Art Boards

'Tree and Moon' (2012) by David Inshaw

Oil on canvas, 91 x 91 cm. For more on David Inshaw’s life and work see « the David Inshaw website and online gallery »

Lower Bockhampton II by British Contemporary Artist David Inshaw Contemporary Landscape, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Seascape Paintings, Tate Gallery, Portraits, Medium Art, Painting & Drawing, Illustration Art

British Art, British Artists, Paintings and Limited Edition Prints.

British art gallery for modern British paintings limited edition prints and contemporary art by leading contemporary British artists - Red Rag British Art Gallery.

Chestnut Tree, 1994 by David Inshaw on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Contemporary Landscape, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Klimt, Scenary Paintings, Tate Gallery, Digital Museum, Tree Illustration, Collaborative Art

Never and always

The influence of poetry on David Inshaw's art first became apparent in the 1970s, as the titles of several paintings from that period reveal. Two decades on, Simon Rae finds the artist is mixing poetry and paint to even greater effect.

Still Point, Woodborough Bridge, by David Inshaw on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Contemporary Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Green Landscape, Landscape Design, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Pieter Brueghel El Viejo, Imagen Natural, Original Paintings For Sale

Never and always

The influence of poetry on David Inshaw's art first became apparent in the 1970s, as the titles of several paintings from that period reveal. Two decades on, Simon Rae finds the artist is mixing poetry and paint to even greater effect.

David Inshaw (b. The River Bank (Ophelia) oil on canvas 54 x 48 in. x 122 cm. Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Stanley Spencer, Tate Gallery, David, River Bank, Irish Art, Illustrations

Chronology and solo exhibitions

An illustrated summary of David Inshaw's life and work.

David Inshaw David Inshaw (born March is a British artist and painter, and was a founder member of the Brotherhood of Rurali. Badminton, Nocturne, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Flower Paintings, Pop Art, Art Magique, Tate Gallery, Pierre Bonnard

Subject and style

Nicholas Usherwood's survey continues through the 1970s with a look at the paintings that made David Inshaw's name and his time with the Brotherhood of Ruralists.

David Inshaw David Inshaw (born March is a British artist and painter, and was a founder member of the Brotherhood of Rurali. British Travel, Pose, Tate Gallery, One Summer, Contemporary Landscape, Fantastic Art, Landscape Paintings, Illustration Art, Illustrations

One moment one summer

A new style of painting in the 1980s brought a greater freedom to David Inshaw's work, and his brush strokes grew broader and more relaxed. By Christopher Neve.

Full Moon by David Inshaw on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Triple Goddess, Moon Goddess, Nocturne, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Good Night Moon, Night Time, Moon Art

The David Inshaw website and on-line gallery

The official website of the artist David Inshaw, with an on-line gallery of over 200 paintings, collages, drawings and etchings.

The Owl, 2004 by David Inshaw on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Owl Art, Bird Art, Tate Gallery, Digital Museum, Country Scenes, Collaborative Art, Art Archive, Funny Animal Pictures, Cool Drawings

Pastoral magical

In his dreamlike West Country scenes, David Inshaw discovers the surreal behind everyday life. By Rachel Campbell-Johnston.

'The Orchard (at Coombe Valley)' by David Inshaw, 1976 (oil on canvas) Green Landscape, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Tate Gallery, Fairytale Art, Weird Pictures, Modern Landscaping, Contemporary Landscape, Cool Landscapes

Subject and style

Nicholas Usherwood's survey continues through the 1970s with a look at the paintings that made David Inshaw's name and his time with the Brotherhood of Ruralists.

The Badminton Game contemporary British Limited Edition Prints. View all David Inshaw art and British artwork at Red Rag art gallery. Badminton Games, Tate Gallery, Sense Of Place, Limited Edition Prints, Les Oeuvres, Landscape Paintings, Landscape Art, Nature, Illustration Art

The David Inshaw website and on-line gallery

The official website of the artist David Inshaw, with an on-line gallery of over 200 paintings, collages, drawings and etchings.

"Lighthouse" by David Inshaw, 1994 Tate Gallery, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Naive Art, Love Symbols, Epiphany, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Home Art

Epiphanies

David Inshaw's use of landscape as a metaphor for human emotions has its roots in the nineteenth-century English pastoral tradition, but his sandcastles, bonfires and fireworks are powerful new symbols of love and loss. By Nicholas Usherwood.

Storm over Silbury Hill, 2008 by David Inshaw on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Tate Gallery, City Museum, Contemporary Landscape, Oeuvre D'art, Les Oeuvres, Landscape Paintings, Fine Art, Trees, Storms

British Art, British Artists, Paintings and Limited Edition Prints.

British art gallery for modern British paintings limited edition prints and contemporary art by leading contemporary British artists - Red Rag British Art Gallery.