David Inshaw - A6 Art on a Ukulele Print
Ukulele: Soprano Boat Paddle
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching
David Inshaw (British b. 1943) was born in Wednesfield, Staffordshire in 1943. He studied painting at Beckenham School of Art and at the Royal Academy Schools under Peter Greenham. David then went on to study in Paris for six months under a French Government scholarship.
David Inshaw is known for the powerful intensity of his English landscape paintings and prints. David Inshaw's art works are mainly oil paintings (often of significant size), etchings, drawings and photography. He has paintings in many private and public art collections including the Arts Council of Great Britain, the British Council, City of Bristol Art Gallery & Museum, the Department of the Environment, Devizes Museum, Sunderland Museum and Art Gallery and is well represented in the Tate Gallery's art collection. David Inshaw first caught the public imagination in 1972 with his painting 'The Badminton Game' which was acquired by Tate Britain. Another of Inshaw's best known paintings and print is 'The Cricket Game' set in Little Bredy, West Dorset.
The Boat Paddle Ukuleles are 59cm in length and have been hand crafted by Pete Howlett, the UKs sole manufacturer.