David Inshaw: an artist within the ‘English Romantic Tradition’, Redland Quaker Meeting Rooms, Thursday, 28. March 2019

Lecture: Paul Chapman Thursday 28th March , 7pm
David Inshaw (b. 1943) is a painter of the human figure and landscape: his work is lyrical and enigmatic, often alluding to particular places and memories. His paintings are the intersection of many things, a cross road where allegory, eroticism, idealism and reality converge and combine to produce hauntingly beautiful images. He has been described as perhaps the greatest living proponent of the ‘English Romantic Tradition’.
David Inshaw has made the West Country his home: he has taught at the West of England College of Art, Bristol and has a number of works in the collections of the Bristol Art Gallery, Bath Victoria Gallery and the RWA.
Paul Chapman will give an illustrated lecture on David Inshaw, drawing on his own studies and research over many years. Paul is an Art Historian and National Gallery Guide. He has delivered a wide range of courses and lectures to many educational institutions and guided tours in the UK and Europe, particularly Longford Castle. Paul has published a book which examines the subject of cultural crossovers and appropriations in 20thC painting.

Thursday, 28. March 2019, Redland Quaker Meeting Rooms, David Inshaw: an artist within the ‘English Romantic Tradition’

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