(Lithograph, 2/75, 1970)
Born in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England, in 1915, Terry Frost did not become an artist until he was in his 30s. During the Second World War he met and was taught by Adrian Heath while a prisoner of war. Subsequently, he attended Camberwell School of Art and the St. Ives School of Art and in 1951 worked as an assistant to the sculptor Barbara Hepworth. His career included teaching at the Bath Academy of Art, serving as Gregory Fellow at the University of Leeds, and teaching at the Cyprus College of Art. Later he became the artist in residence and Professor of Painting at the Department of Fine Art of the University of Reading.