Andre Bicat (1909-1996) was born in England to a French father and an English mother. A well-known painter, printmaker and art teacher, he received widespread recognition, and he found many of his subjects in continental Europe, especially in France and Italy. He showed regularly at the Royal Academy, at the Redfern Gallery, Wildenstein, and the Leger and O'Hana Galleries in London. A number of his prints are held in the collection of the Tate Gallery and a larger group is in the Government Art Collection. He was also a tutor at the Royal College of Art, and lived near Pangbourne in Berkshire. A retrospective exhibition was held at Reading Museum and Art Gallery. His work is represented in the collections of Reading Museum and the Arts Council of Great Britain.

Andre Bicat - Royal Air Force College

Artist: Andre BicatTitle: Royal Air Force College, Cranwell - an original pencil signed etching; unframed.Description: The present work is an original etching with aquatint, published by Editions Alecto in 1964 as part of the Public Schools Series. It is pencil signed by the artist low..

Andre Bicat - Nudes in an Interior

Artist: Andre BicatTitle: Nudes in an Interior - original oil on boardDescription: An original oil painting on board signed by the artist lower left. The painting is likely to date from the 1960s and it is housed in what appears to be the original frame, which has a splash of the artis..