Bryan Ingham (1936-1997)

Trained at St Martin’s School of Art in the 1950s, then at the RCA in the early 1960s. He travelled extensively in Italy and completed his training at the British Academy in Rome. Bryan Ingham moved to Cornwall and became inextricably linked with the St Ives School of painters. He became greatly influenced by Ben Nicholson, whilst retaining his European influences, above all Picasso and Juan Gris. His work is held in numerous public and private collections, including the Ashmolean and the V&A. There was a major retrospective of his work at the Fine Art Society in 2006

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