David Inshaw

David Inshaw

1943 Born in Wednesfield, Staffordshire.

1950 The family moves to Biggin Hill in Kent.

1963–66 Studies at the Royal Academy Schools.

1964 Awarded a French Government scholarship and lives in Paris.

1967 Moves to Bristol where he teaches painting and print-making.

1969 First one-man exhibition at the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol.

1971 Moves to live in Devizes, Wiltshire.

1975 The Brotherhood of Ruralists is formed comprising David Inshaw, Peter Blake, Graham and Ann Arnold, Jann Howarth and Graham and Annie Ovendon. Resigns from teaching post at Bristol. Appointed Fellow Commoner in Creative Art at Trinity College, Cambridge.

1983 Resigns from the Brotherhood of Ruralists.

1989 Moves to Clyro on the Welsh border.

1995 Moves back to Devizes.

2004 Solo Exhibition at Agnews, London.

2015 Continues to live in Devizes.


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David Inshaw - Selected Works

1971 The Raven, Private Collection

1972 Our Days were a Joy and our Paths Through Flowers, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

1973 The Badminton Game, London, Tate

1974 She did not Turn, Private Collection

1976 The Cricket Game, Private Collection

1978 Presentiment, Private Collection

1986 Silbury Hill, Starry Night, Private Collection

1995 Storm, West Bay, Private Collection

1998 Pussy Willow, Private Collection

2007 Storm over Silbury Hill, Private Collection

David Inshaw - Featured Paintings

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