Alistair Grant PortraitGraduating from the Royal College of Art in 1951, Alistair Grant was to return in 1955 as a Tutor within the printmaking department. He progressed within the Royal College, and was made Head of Printmaking in 1970, and Professor in 1984, retiring in 1990.

Despite his academic focus on printmaking, Alistair Grant is as well known as a painter as he is a printmaker, being elected to, and regularly exhibiting at, the London Group and the Royal Society of British Artists. He also regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy.

Examples of Alistair Grant’s works can be found in numerous public collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Government Art Collection.
 
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