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Trevor Jones

Born 1945, Stourbridge, Worcestershire.

Trevor Jones attended Stourbridge College of Art from 1960-63, Birmingham College of Art to 1965 and the Royal College of Art to 1968. He was a visiting tutor at Birmingham and Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts in London where he was senior lecturer.

Jones is a painter and printmaker whose first exhibition was in 1969 at Leeds City Art Gallery, the following year he was featured in 'New British Painting' at ICA in 1970 and 'British Painting '74' at the Hayward Gallery in 1974. Since then his work has been shown regularly, mainly in London. From the late 1990s printmaking has been the major emphasis of his work and has been frequently shown through Advanced Graphics London, for example at The Original Print Gallery in Dublin (2000) and the Royal Academy (2006).

Jones has taught Painting and Fine Art throughout his career at the Slade School of Art, Royal College of Art, St Martin’s School of Art and Camberwell School of Arts.

Works by Jones have been acquired for public and corporate collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Johannesberg Art Gallery, Melbourne Art Gallery, the BP Group, Credit Suisse/First Boston, Unilever, and Lasmo UK.