- L. H. Cust
- , revised by Chloe Johnson
Inskipp, James (1790–1868), painter, of whose parents nothing is known, was originally employed in the commissariat service, but in 1820 retired with a pension and became a painter in oils and watercolours. He began with landscapes and moved on to small subject pictures, and with less success to portraits. From 1825 he was a frequent contributor to the ...