Collection: Terry Willson

Terry Willson was born in 1948 and is a well known British printmaker, painter, teacher and master printer. Willson’s art education was extensive: he studied at Huddersfield School of Art from 1966-67; Bradford College of Art from 1969-70; Stourbridge College of Art from 1970-73; and finally at the Slade School in London until 1975. Upon leaving the school he was awarded a Prix de Rome Scholarship in etching and engraving 1975-76.

Soon after his graduation he established Palm Tree Editions in Camden, 1978, where he printed the graphic works of such major artists as Lucian Freud, R B Kitaj, et al. in addition to his own prints, his artistic style soon developing into a distinctive body of work. He has exhibited at home and internationally and his work is also represented in numerous public collections, including the Tate Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum and the British Council Collection.