Peter Daglish (1930-2016) was a painter and printmaker, being well-known in particular for his linocuts and lithographs . He was born in Gillingham in Kent. At the age of 25 he moved to Canada and studied art at the École des Beaux Arts, in Montreal from 1956-60. He won a Max Beckmann Scholarship to continue his studies at the Brooklyn Museum Arts School in New York City. After marriage in 1961 he returned to the UK and continued his studies at The Slade School in London 1963-65. He then held a teaching post in Ealing, west London, and from 1969-71 taught back in Canada at the University of Victoria in British Columbia. From 1975 Daglish taught printmaking at Chelsea College of Art and painting and printmaking at the Slade School. He exhibited a lithograph at the Royal Academy in 1974, from an address in Chiswick, and in 1987 he showed linocuts there, sending from an address in Wimbledon. Peter Daglish’s work is held in a number of important public collections, including The Tate Gallery, the British Council, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the National Gallery of Canada, Portland Museum of Fine Art and the University of New Mexico.