Julian Trevelyan (1910 - 1988)
Julian Otto Trevelyan RA (1910 – 1988) was an English artist and poet. He studied English Literature atTrinity College, Cambridge, and moved to Paris to train as an artist, enrolling at Atelier Dix-Sept, Stanley William Hayter’s engraving school, where he learned etching. He worked alongside notable artists including Max Ernst, Oskar Kokoschka, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso.
In 1935 Trevelyan set up his etching studio at Durham Wharf in Hammersmith, where he remained until his death in 1988. In 1986, he was awarded a senior fellowship at the Royal College of Art and in 1987 he was appointed a Royal Academician.
Trevelyan has exhibited his work around the world and it features in many prominent collections. A large number of his works are in the Tate collection.