It is naturally assumed that works of art that exalt the eroticism of the female body must have originated in the eyes of man: Inge Clayton and her passion for the human form prove this assumption wrong. Read more –>
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See also a selection of etchings by Inge Clayton here.
British critics are often quick to point out the European heritage in this painters work and have likened her to artists such as Otto Dix, Oscar Kokoschka, and George Grosz, but her nudes are sensuous and painterly in style, very much her own. Her figures may look unabashed and or a little startled; Her restless energy has turned to sculpting the human figure and horses, a further affirmation to her ability.
Clayton was a frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy. Other notable exhibitions include The Royal Society of Art, Art for Equality, at the IC and Kunsthaus Schaller Stuttgart. She has had many commissions by notable collectors worldwide.
Media: Oil on panel, canvas and Perspex & Aquatint Etchings.
Camden School of Art – Bachelor of Arts – Royal Society of Art – F.R.S.A.