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Fred Ingrams

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Ingrams studied at Camberwell College of Arts in South London, he was a child of Thatcher and Punk and was expelled from the renowned Central St. Martin’s for being ‘disruptive’. He had a baby, was picked up by a Mayfair gallery it was time to get serious. For ten years he painted in a studio above the Coach & Horses pub in Soho, surrounded by actors, journalists and artists. During his career Ingrams worked as a graphic designer and art director on many well-known magazines including: The Sunday Times, Tatler and Vogue. In 1998 seeking a new life he moved to Norfolk where he found inspiration in The Fens. Inspired by an exhibition of expansive, lyrical abstract landscapes by American artist Richard Diebenkorn, Ingrams found his passion for the bleak flatness of the Fens. This desolate landscape seems at odds with the vibrant scenes, which lead the eye along dykes & furrows. You can sense a real passion and understanding of the landscape as it changes through the seasons. Ingrams paintings of The Fens are a true celebration of colour and line.

Fred Ingrams Windy Evening, 2019

£2,200.00
H 61 cm x W 61 cm x D 4 cm
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Acrylic
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About Fred Ingrams

About the artwork

Ingrams studied at Camberwell College of Arts in South London, he was a child of Thatcher and Punk and was expelled from the renowned Central St. Martin’s for being ‘disruptive’. He had a baby, was picked up by a Mayfair gallery it was time to get serious. For ten years he painted in a studio above the Coach & Horses pub in Soho, surrounded by actors, journalists and artists. During his career Ingrams worked as a graphic designer and art director on many well-known magazines including: The Sunday Times, Tatler and Vogue. In 1998 seeking a new life he moved to Norfolk where he found inspiration in The Fens. Inspired by an exhibition of expansive, lyrical abstract landscapes by American artist Richard Diebenkorn, Ingrams found his passion for the bleak flatness of the Fens. This desolate landscape seems at odds with the vibrant scenes, which lead the eye along dykes & furrows. You can sense a real passion and understanding of the landscape as it changes through the seasons. Ingrams paintings of The Fens are a true celebration of colour and line.

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