Andrew Kinsman

Lives and works: Bath
Exhibitions: Royal College of Art (2016), Signal Gallery (2013)
“I love working and reworking until I'm happy with the detail, colour and contrast of light and dark. Seeing this come to life over time is the ultimate thrill of being an artist.”

Self-taught artist and musician Andrew sold his first artwork when he was only twelve years old, and has since painted commissions for celebrities and royalty alike.


After reading his parents' Great Artists book collection, Andrew found himself drawn to the works of the English Romantic painters John Constable and J.M.W. Turner. Fascinated by the Pre-Raphaelites, he also studied symbolism and mythology before discovering the intense colour palettes of the Dutch Masters.

From sketching in Parisian cafés to playing the saxophone on stage with Kasabian, Andrew’s creative talent has earned him clients such as His Highness Sheikh Mohammed, American actress Elisabeth Moss and celebrity chef Eric Lanlard.

Andrew says: “I want to capture a snapshot of ‘real life’. I love working and reworking until I’m happy with the detail, colour and contrast of light and dark. Seeing this come to life over time is the ultimate thrill of being an artist.”

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Magazines and brochures

Fine Art Collector | Spring 2017

In this season's issue, you can read an exclusive interview with one of Vogue's most influential interior designers, Anouska Lancaster, pay a visit to Alex Echo in his studio and explore magical Icelandic landscapes with Richard Rowan.

Andrew Kinsman | Café Society

Inspired by Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists including Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec and Cézanne, Andrew's latest collection captures the classic style of the cafes and restaurants of 1950s Paris.

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