Julian Trevelyan 1910 - 1988

JulianTrevelyan, born in Surrey in 1910, was a renowned artist and printmaker. Initially gaining recognition for his 1930s Surrealist prints, he later found enjoyment in rural and industrial landscapes. During the early 1930s Trevelyan worked alongside Ernst, Kokoschka, Miró, Masson and Picasso and during that time his work was experimental, portraying everyday objects with a dreamlike quality.

In 1935 he set up his etching studio at Durham Wharf in Hammersmith, where he remained until his death in 1988. From 1955-63, Trevelyan worked at the Royal College of Art and became Head of the Etching Department. Highly enthusiastic, he became a highly influential teacher, with students including David Hockney, Ron Kitaj and Norman Ackroyd.

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