George Bryan INGHAM

Born in Preston, Lancashire, Ingham studied at St Martin's School of Art, London 1957-61, taught by Frederick Gore and A Ziegler. At the Royal College of Art from 1961-4 he worked under Carel Weight, and spent a year (1966) at the British Academy (Rome) on scholarships that he won.

In Cornwall he exhibited at the Wills Lane Gallery, St Ives (1976) and the Book Gallery, St Ives in the early 1990s. In between he also put in work to the mixed shows at NAG, and showed widely abroad (especially in Germany). In Cornwall he and his wife Aysel, a novelist, lived near Helston, on the Lizard.


Painter, sculptor, collagist, etcher, printmaker

works and access

Arts Council

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Dartington Hall Trust

V&A Museum, London; etc.


2003-4: Bryan Ingham Prints, Belgrave Gallery, St Ives

2006: Fine Arts Society

2024: Truro School Art Collection, Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro (30 Jan-18 May)


NSA 1972-3 list

Penwith Society of Arts


Buckman (2006) Artists in Britain since 1945

McLeod, Alister J (1973) Newlyn Society of Artists 1895-1973 (NAG 12 page brochure)

Tate Publications (1964) St Ives 1939-64, Twenty Five Years of Painting