Julian Trevelyan

Julian Trevelyan

After reading English Literature at Cambridge, Trevelyan moved to Paris, enrolling at Atelier Dix-Sept where he learned etching alongside Miro and Picasso. In 1935 he bought Durham Wharf in Hammersmith which became his his home and studio for the rest of his life and a source of artistic inspiration to him.  He taught at Chelsea School of Art and at the Royal College of Art, influencing many younger printmakers including Hockney and Ackroyd. www.tate.org.uk

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Seagull and Lighthouse, 1968 by Julian Trevelyan
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Sailing Boats and Bridge by Julian Trevelyan
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The Cherry Tree by Julian Trevelyan
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The Rowers, 1972 Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988)
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Camden Lock, 1975 Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988)
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Low Tide, Durham Wharf Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988)