Lovers, languid and louche – the physical art of Inge Clayton

Inge Clayton (1942 – 2010) displays an uncompromising eroticism in her work reminiscent Egon Schiele, though warmer and less harsh. She has a special affinity for the male nude, which she portrays with a deft use of line that is both delicate and potent  We have brought together a small, diverse collection of her work that features her typically louche female figures and muscular, relaxed males.
You can see the whole collection, with information about each work, if you go to the Inge Clayton artist’s page
Mean Women Blues and Homage to Stanley Spencer
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Lovers
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Male nude 12-v-92
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Male nude 7-x-89
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