Crooked Ditch, Conington Fen

by Fred Ingrams

Paintings - 91.0cm x 91.0cm x 6.0cm

£4,750

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    Type | Original Art
    Medium | Paintings > Acrylic
    Style | Impressionistic
    Subject | Landscapes
    Year | 2017
    Size | 91.0cm x 91.0cm x 6.0cm
    Ready to hang | No
    Signed | Yes, bottom right
    Materials | Acrylic on board
  • Izzy Proby

    The Insider Izzy Proby says:

    "I adore Fred's pieces; he's extremely talented. Vibrant and dynamic his work captures the strange and awkward beauty of East Anglia. Francis Bacon saw the beauty of Fred's work and bought one of his pieces."

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    • Fred paints vibrant, expressive depictions of The Fens - a marshy region in eastern England.
    • The artist has been featured in Vogue, and has exhibited his work throughout the UK.
    • Fred's moody paintings would add a touch of soul to any space.
  • Crooked Ditch, Conington Fen

    The Fens are perhaps the least loved landscape in Britain. For some reason the flatness of this huge area of Eastern England does not capture the heart. It is a landscape that does not fit into the ideal of a rolling “green and pleasant land”. They are, on the other hand as flat as a billiard table and to most people, featureless and grim. It seems that peoples fear of flatness keeps the Fens empty. Flatness also changes everything when you look into the distance. Distances becomes hard to judge and perspective seems altered from the normal making it like no other place in Britain. It is this…

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    Fred Ingrams

    Fred Ingrams is a British artist who paints from life. Over the past few years his focus has been the marshy plains of The Fens, in eastern England. “It is a place”, says the artist, “full of strange stories, myths, strange place names and strange people”. We love Fred’s moody canvases, with their striking colour combinations and thick, expressive brushstrokes.

    Fred studied at Camberwell Art School and London’s Central St. Martins. He spent a decade painting above the Coach & Horses pub in Soho before moving to Norfolk, where he is still based.

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