Alan Cox, ARE (born 1941) is a well known printmaker and master printer, working from his studio in London. He studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London and graduated in 1965. Alan Cox has exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Barbican Centre etc, and has had solo shows in both London and Glasgow. He worked with Paula Rego in 1982 on three large lithographs and was one of ten leading artists invited to contribute a screenprint to the Royal Academy Schools portfolio Number 1, the other contributors including Terry Frost, Peter Blake, Bruce McLean, Richard Kirwan, and Sandra Blow. He has won prizes at the Royal Academy and the Krakow Print Biennale in Poland, and his work is held in the Government Art Collection, the British Council collection, Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, and the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.