Ian Tyson (born Wallasey, Cheshire 1933) is a well-known printmaker, artist in a range of other media, and an art teacher. He studied at Birkenhead School of Art and at then at the Royal Academy Schools. He went on to teach drawing and printmaking at Farnham School of Art (1959-1966), St. Martin's School of Art in London (1964-1984) and at Wimbledon School of Art (1984). Tyson’s first one-man show was at Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, Surrey in 1961 and he later founded The Tetrad Press (active 1970-1995). The artist has participated in many solo and group exhibitions throughout Europe. Solo shows include Flowers East 1994, where he showed paintings and relief constructions. His work is held in a number of public collections including The Tate Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, British Council and the British Library who hold The Ian Tyson Collection. The artist lives and works in Vaucluse, France.
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