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David Inshaw original paintings and new giclée prints

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David Inshaw, the consummate painter of the English landscape, peopled by dreamlike figures, birds and animals returns to Sladers Yard this winter. Called ‘perhaps the greatest living proponent of the English Romantic tradition’ (Spectator), Inshaw invokes the powers of the night, the moon, trees, bonfires, fireworks, the sea, birds, animals, men and women and ancient landscapes to create his intensely personal paintings. David has a stunning new array of giclée prints which are now in stock plus a small number of his mesmerising original works.
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Mystery and wonder

Sladers Yard is full of mystery and wonder this Christmas. The artists in our current exhibition After Eighties, have all seen many Christmases and understand the still quiet magic at the turn of the year. Continue reading

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