Volume I and II of The Ingram Collection Catalogue
These fully illustrated catalogues provide a comprehensive guide to the prestigious Ingram Collection.
The Ingram Collection Catalogues, Volume I and II
Front cover of Volume I features: Elisabeth Frink, In Memoriam III, 1983 © The Elisabeth Frink Estate Front cover of Volume II features: John Minton, Two Fisherman, 1949 © The Estate of John Minton
Volume I (left) £5, ISBN 978-0-9555166-1-0 and Volume II (right) £6.95, ISBN 978-0-9555166-2-7
Volume I – The Ingram Collection of Modern British Art
The Ingram Collection Catalogue Volume I provides a detailed guide to the initial 192 works that formed the collection that is on long-term loan to The Lightbox. It includes a forward by Chris Ingram and an introduction to the collection by Anne Goodchild, an independent curator.
The guide is generously illustrated with colour photographs throughout the 72 pages. Find out more about what works form the collection and which prolific British artists feature in the collection, from Anthony Caro and Eduardo Paolozzi to Elizabeth Frink and Barbara Hepworth.
Volume II – The Ingram Collection of modern British and contemporary art
The Ingram Collection Catalogue Volume II revisits the constantly growing collection providing a detailed look at the more than 100 artworks that have been acquired since the first Volume, including some contemporary works.
The 96 page catalogue includes colour photographs of the new acquisitions and a detailed introduction to how the collection has grown over the past three years by Independent Curator Ann Elliott.
How to purchase:
Both volumes of the catalogue can be purchased from The Lightbox Gift Shop, alternatively a postal order option is available:
Volume I: £5.00
Volume II: £6.95
Plus postage and packing within UK £3.00 per catalogue
Payment: Call 01483 737800 to pay by credit or debit card or send a cheque in Pounds Sterling made payable to 'The Lightbox' to: The Lightbox, Chobham Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 4AA
£1.00 from each purchase is donated to Woking Hospice.