In an Art of England review by Colin Andrews, he noted that... "Inge Clayton has made her mark over the last 20 years as a highly original and much exhibited painter of the female nude. British critics are often quick to point out her European heritage, likening her work to Otto Dix, Kokoschka and George Grosz and she would be happy to acknowledge their influence. Inge is about as good as they get in describing form, attitude and expression with the simplest and deftest touch of the brush. She is a master...or should we say mistress...of her trade producing work of extraordinary seductive power and dark Berlinesque beauty."
Inge lived and worked in London since arriving from her native Austria in the sixties. She studied life drawing and printmaking at Camden. She died in the summer of 2010. Her presence on the London scene and the art world as a whole has been sorely missed.