Founded in 2016, Lyndsey Ingram is located in a converted Victorian stable at 20 Bourdon Street in London’s Mayfair. With over twenty years of expertise in post-war and contemporary prints and work on paper - in particular 20th century British and American masters - the gallery continues to look forward and now represents artists working in all mediums, with a programme that includes painting, photography and sculpture. Lyndsey Ingram stages exhibitions that combine a deep knowledge and interest in important historic, graphic material, with work by contemporary and emerging artists. The gallery participates in major international art fairs, including The Armory Show New York, Frieze Masters, the London Original Print Fair, Masterpiece London and Untitled San Francisco.
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Modern (1900-1950), Contemporary
Lyndsey Ingram presents a group show celebrating the abundance of summer and the keenly observed natural world. As the pace of life has slowed in recent months, we have all been able to give more attention to the transformations unfolding in our organic surroundings.
Nightfire by Artist Tom Hammick is a selection of prints and paintings that are connected by a stirring undercurrent that crackles to the surface as vivid outlines and surges across the work in expressive striations of colour.
Signed in pencil and numbered from the edition of 75, with 10 artist proofs.
Printed on Rives BFK paper by Imprimerie Arte, Paris. Published by Maeght Editeur, Paris. (Axsom 50)
68.58 x 96.52 cm
Ukiyo-e woodcut printed in colours
Signed in pencil and numbered from the edition of 50.
Printed on Torinoko paper mounted onto Hahnemühle paper. Published by Pace Prints, New York.
45 x 37 cm
Signed in pencil and numbered from the edition of 80.
Printed by Print Shop, Amsterdam. Published by Petersburg Press, London. (SAC 128)