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, 1943 | Landscape / Pop Art / Romantic painter
David Inshaw (born 21 March 1943 in Wednesfield, Staffordshire, England) is a British artist who sprang to public attention in 1973 when his painting The Badminton Game was exhibited at the ICA Summer Studio exhibition in London. The painting was subsequently acquired by the Tate Gallery and is one of several paintings from the 1970s that won him critical acclaim and a wide audience. Others include The Raven, Our days were a joy and our paths through flowers, She did not turn, The Cricket…
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.
Why Bread and Wine?
Adam and Eve cast out of Paradise - after eating from the Tree of knowledge in the Garden of Eden. Description from gettyimages.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images