This is the final opportunity to obtain a copy of Andrew Lambirth’s limited edition book covering David Inshaw’s life and work. Just 250 copies of this beautifully illustrated book were published and only a handful now remains unsold. Each book in case-bound in cloth and presented in a slip-case, which also contains a fine art print. Each book is numbered and signed by the author and the artist. Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.

Rainbow Over Cardinham by Annie Ovenden (limited edition print)

Annie Ovenden was one of the founding members of the Brotherhood of Ruralists. Although she is also an accomplished portrait painter, it is for her work as a landscape artist that she is best known. The evocative prints in both of these portfolios are typical of her work, capturing the timeless, wild beauty of Bodmin Moor in winter.

Brampton Bryan
By Annie Ovenden
Limited Edition Print

View from the Garden by Jo March (limited edition print)

The constant inspiration for Jo’s work is the landscape of her native Cornwall. She admits “I have an abiding fascination with the eccentricities which exist just below the surface of rural life. My landscape work is an attempt to capture the essence of the bucolic farm land which has hitherto changed so little in Cornwall”.

 

 

Path to the Sea
By Jo March
Limited Edition Print

View from the Garden by Jo March (limited edition print)

We are pleased to announce that we are currently preparing for publication our seventh portfolio of prints by David Inshaw. The first work from it, ‘ Alton Barnes White Horse’ is now available. Other titles will follow shortly. Each title will be limited to an edition of just 350 copies and will be numbered and signed by the artist.

 

 

Alton Barnes White Horse
By David Inshaw
Limited Edition Print

Cricket Game I by David Inshaw (open edition print)

The prints in this open edition portfolio are based upon four of David’s most iconic early works, painted between 1972 and 1976. By the end of this period he had become recognised as an artist of national standing, The Badminton Game had been purchased by The Tate Gallery and he had been awarded a fellowship at Trinity College, Cambridge.

 

Cricket Game I
By David Inshaw
Open Edition Print

The setting for the Cricket Game is the Dorset village of Little Bredy. David was interviewed at the scene of the painting by David Dimbleby for the television series, A Picture of Britain.

 

 

Quality Fine Art Greeting Cards £2.45 ea, 5 for £9.80.

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