James Inskipp, painter in oils and watercolours, initially worked in the commissariat service (supplying food and other supplies to the army), but retired with a pension in 1820 and turned to painting. He initially painted landscapes, but later turned to small subject pictures, and portraits. Inskipp exhibited at the British Institution, the Society of British Artists, and the Royal Academy, all in London. Late in his career his works became popular for their bold brushstrokes and lack of finish. He died at Godalming in Surrey at the age of 78 and was buried in Godalming Cemetery.
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