Grant, Alistair: Hammersmith Bridge
A limited edition lithograph in colours with a sense of mystery characteristic of Alistair Grant’s prints at this time, unframed.
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Artist: (Duncan) Alistair (Antoine) Grant, (1925-1997)
Title and date: Hammersmith Bridge, 1959, signed.
Size: 52.0 x 37.5 cms.
Painter and printmaker, born in London of an English father and a French mother. Always known as Alistair Grant he studied at Birmingham School of Art, 1941-1943 and RCA, 1947-1951. His first solo exhibitions were at the Zwemmer Gallery, London, between 1965 and 1967. He also exhibited regularly at RA, London Group, RBA and elsewhere. His work is represented in V&A, Tate, BM, Boston Library, GAC, Wellington Art Gallery, New Zealand and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle. Grant taught at the RCA for many years becoming a Professor in 1984 after having previously taught at art school including Sidcup and Hammersmith. His work was reproduced by publishers including Faber and Faber and the Folio Society.