David Inshaw Art Cards & Prints
David Inshaw was born in Wednesfield, Staffordshire in 1943 but moved to Biggin Hill in Kent in 1950. He studied painting at Beckenham School of Art in from 1959 to 1963 and at the Royal Academy from 1963 to 1966. He taught painting and printmaking at the West of England College until 1975. Having moved to Devizes, in 1972, he formed an Association with painters Graham and Ann Arnold calling themselves the Broadheath Brotherhood and in 1975 this became the Brotherhood of Ruralists with the inclusion of Peter Blake, Jan Haworth and Graham and Annie Ovenden. He was appointed to a post in Creative Art at Trinity College Cambridge and so moved from Devizes to Cambridge. In 1977 he returned to Devizes, where he still lives and works and left The Brotherhood in 1983.
David Inshaw Prints
David Inshaw Signed Limited Edition Prints
Fine art limited edition and open edition giclee prints by David Inshaw printed on fine art paper using lightfast pigment inks.
Please note that largely due to the size, David Inshaw prints are sent as 'print only'. Mounting and framing options are available but please contact the gallery to discuss framing options and specific requirements.
Acrylic Picture Frame Glass - an excellent shatterproof alternative to glass for use in picture frames, safe for shiping.