davidinshaw.net is a new website set up to share information about the artist and his work. The site includes historical information, images and an online gallery. Included are images of some of David's early work such as the 1964 "Les Jardin Des Plantes" shown here.

Tabretts’ Fine Art cards, launched to galleries earlier this year, are proving extremely popular.

A further twelve cards will be released before the end of the year. Only available in wholesale quantities – minimum order 40 cards.

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1976

Tabretts are pleased to announce the publication of David Inshaw: Between Fantasy and Reality, by Andrew Lambirth.

This beautifully illustrated book, has been published as a special limited edition of just 250 copies. Each book is case-bound in cloth and presented in a slip-case, which also contains a fine art print. Each book and each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Storm Over Silbury Hill by David Inshaw (limited edition print)

Our most recently published portfolio of David Inshaw prints, on the theme of Ancient Landscapes, comprises four works inspired by Silbury Hill, that enigmatic feature of the Wiltshire landscape to which the artist has frequently been drawn. Each print has been proofed, signed and numbered by the artist.

 

 

 

 

Storm over Silbury Hill
By David Inshaw
Limited Edition Print

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

The work of Jo March is now much sought-after and Jo’s popularity continues to grow with her work now being exhibited in London as well as in galleries in the West Country. This second portfolio of prints is very representative of her recent paintings, inspired by 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”.

 

 

View from the Garden
By Jo March
Limited Edition Print

Through Parade Gardens To Pulteney Bridge, By Kevin Safe (limited edition print)

The inspiration for this portfolio of Summer Landscapes has been the environs of Bath and the Avon Valley, as well as the landscape in proximity of the artist’s home in west Wiltshire. “My paintings are influenced by memories as well as distinctive feelings of places familiar and frequently visited.” says Kevin in his resumé.

 

Through Parade Gardens
To Pulteney Bridge

By Kevin Safe
Limited Edition Print

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 this portfolio are typical of her work, capturing the timeless, wild beauty of Bodmin Moor in winter.

Rainbow Over Cardinham
By Annie Ovenden
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.

 

We have recently fulfilled an order from Olsen Cruise Lines to supply limited edition prints for the state rooms on the MV Balmoral. All of the work was selected personally by Mr Olsen.

This follows a previous order from the same cruise line, to supply art work for the MV Boudicca and an earlier order from P&O placed on our sister company, Ruralist Fine Art, to supply art work for over 900 cabins on the 83,000 ton MV Arcadia.

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