David Inshaw

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David Inshaw - English Landscape Portfolio

English Landscape


1943 David Inshaw was born Wednesfield, Staffordshire
1950 Moved to live in Biggin Hill, Kent
1959-63 Studied painting at Beckenham School of Art
1963-66 Studied painting at Royal Academy Schools under Peter Greenham
1964 Awarded French Government scholarship to study in Paris for six months
1966-75 Teaching painting and print making at West of England College, Bristol
1969 First one-man exhibition at the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
1971 Moved from Bristol to Devizes, Wiltshire
1972 Formed association with painters Graham and Ann Arnold, calling themselves the Broadheath Brotherhood (after Elgar’s birthplace)
1975 Joined with Peter Blake, Jan Haworth, Graham and Annie Ovenden and the Arnolds to form the Brotherhood of Ruralists. Resigned from teaching post in Bristol
1975-77 Appointed Fellow of Commoner in Creative Art at Trinity College Cambridge. Moved from Devizes to Cambridge
1976 Brotherhood of Ruralists first exhibition as a group at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
1977 Returned to Devizes, Wiltshire
1983 Left the Brotherhood of Ruralists
1989 Moved to Clyro, near Hay on Wye, Powys
1995 Moved back to Devizes
1995- David Inshaw currently lives and works in London and Devizes