Alistair Grant, RBA, ARCA (1925-1997) was born in London but as his mother was French he spent his childhood in Etaples, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, and he returned regularly to the family home there. He taught print-making at the Royal College of Art from 1955, becoming head of the department in 1970. He was a highly influential printmaker and his work is held by the Tate Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and extensively in the Government Art Collection. During the 1950s and 1960s his work was shown frequently at the Zwemmer Gallery in London. He was a full member of the Royal Society of British Artists. Later in life his work became increasingly abstract.

Alistair Grant - Azincourt

Artist: Alistair GrantTitle: Azincourt - An original etching with aquatint; unframed    Description: An original etching with aquatint, pencil signed by the artist lower right, inscribed 'Azincourt' at the lower right margin, and numbered 1 lower left from..

Alistair Grant - London street scene, evening

Artist: Alistair GrantTitle: London street scene, evening - An original pencil signed lithograph; framed    Description: An original lithograph, pencil signed by the artist lower right, dated (19)51, and numbered 3 lower left from a very small edition of 1..

Alistair Grant - Mirror and Window: Brown

Artist: Alistair GrantTitle: Mirror and Window: Brown - An original etching with aquatint; framed  Description: An original etching with aquatint. The wooden frame and backboard are original to the etching and we think the mount has been replaced more recently.The etchin..

Alistair Grant - Untitled Abstract

Artist: Alistair GrantTitle: Untitled Abstract - A pencil signed screenprint; unframed    Description: An untitled screenprint from circa 1980 which is printed to the edges except along the lower margin. It is pencil signed lower right 'Alistair Grant' and..

Alistair Grant - French street scene, girls with hoops

Artist: Alistair GrantTitle: French street scene, girls with hoops - An original etching with aquatint; unframed  Description: An original etching with aquatint, signed by the artist lower right and inscribed 'For Blackie'. This work is most likely to date to circa 1954 and i..