• LYNDSEY INGRAM

    LONDON

     

    Lyndsey Ingram is a contemporary art gallery in the heart of London’s Mayfair, specialising in original prints and works on paper from the Second World War to the present. The gallery stages an exhibition program of three to four museum-quality shows per year, handling graphic work by prominent international artists such as David Hockney, Grayson Perry, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Wayne Thiebaud and Andy Warhol.

     

    Lyndsey Ingram also represent their own stable of contemporary artists including Miles Aldridge, Tom Hammick, Jane Hammond, Georgie Hopton, Suzy Murphy, Sarah Graham and Kelly Reemtsen.

    The gallery participates in major international art fairs, including Frieze Masters, The Armory Show New York, Masterpiece London, Art Miami, Untitled San Francisco and the London Original Print Fair.

     

    For further details on the artworks offered for sale by Lyndsey Ingram in the Eye Viewing Room please make an enquiry below.

     

  • Suzy Murphy, Dolores, 2020. Lyndsey Ingram

     

    Suzy Murphy (b. 1964), Dolores, 2020

    Oil on board
    Signed verso
    25 x 20 cm (7 7/8 x 9 7/8 in.)

    Price: £4,200 (plus any applicable taxes)

     

    Provenance: 

    From the artist

     

    Condition:

    Excellent condition

     

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  • Suzy Murphy, Dolores Peak, 2020. Lyndsey Ingram

     

    Suzy Murphy (b. 1964), Dolores Peak, 2020

    Oil on board
    Signed verso
    25 x 20 cm (7 7/8 x 9 7/8 in.)

    Price: £4,200 (plus any applicable taxes)

     

    Provenance: 

    From the artist

     

    Condition:

    Excellent

     

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  • Suzy Murphy, Store Stop, 2020. Lyndsey Ingram

     

    Suzy Murphy (b. 1964), Store Stop, 2020

    Oil on board
    Signed verso
    25 x 20 cm (7 7/8 x 9 7/8 in.)

    Price: £4,200 (plus any applicable taxes)

     

    Provenance: 

    From the artist

     

    Condition:

    Excellent condition

     

    VIEW THIS WORK IN THE CURATED SECTION

     

     

     

    About Suzy Murphy

     

    Vast, deserted, majestic landscape with only the smallest hint of a human presence – the headlights of car or an isolated cabin – are recurrent themes in Suzy Murphy’s work. Her images are not just visual representations of observed landscapes, they are also imbued with a profoundly personal dialogue and underlying political commentary. Deeply autobiographical, her paintings are better understood as a form of self-portraiture.

     

    Born in London’s East End in 1964, Suzy Murphy moved to Alberta, Canada at the age of five. The shift from a small tenement apartment, where she lived with her large Irish family, to the vast open landscapes of North America, brought an enormous emotional shift. This experience became the creative catalyst that informs the tranquillity and magical realism of her work.

     

    Suzy Murphy’s love of North America has remained and she continues to travel extensively on annual road trips from the monumental landscapes of the Rocky Mountains to the sprawling townships and prairies. Her diarised sketches record her trips and these small, spontaneous images become the basis for her paintings. The narrative of her life is the subconscious thread that runs throughout her work and continues to quietly but surely present itself.

     

    Suzy Murphy is an alumna of St Martin’s School of Art, London in 1982. Her work is held in many important public and private collections worldwide. Suzy Murphy continues to live and work in London, England.

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