Andrew Ingamells (1956 – )
King’s College, Cambridge
54 x 48 cm
Signed lower right in pencil.
Inspired by David Loggan’s celebrated engraving of the College in 1680, this view of King’s College was the first of Ingamells’ series of views of Oxford and Cambridge. It took six months to complete and has long-since sold out from the publisher.
Ingamells trained at St Albans School of Art and the London College of Printing, subsequently working as a graphic designer and illustrator. Based in London, he began making drawings of the buildings and landscapes of London.
Ingamells’ work is in many public collections including those of the Tate Gallery, The National Trust, The Paul Mellon Centre for British Art, and the City of London Guildhall Library. His pictures are also in several private collections, including those of various Oxford and Cambridge colleges, HM King Charles III, and Shell Oil. The artist is currently part-way through his epic project to record all the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge, a project undertaken in homage to David Loggan.
Condition: excellent; in wood frame.
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