Robin Tanner (1904 - 1988)
was an English artist, etcher and printmaker. He followed in the visionary tradition of Samuel Palmer and English neo-romanticism
Atkinson Ted (1928 - 2016)
Ted trained as a sculptor at Liverpool College of Art and the Slade School. He taught sculpture, initially in Exeter and later at Leeds and Coventry. He represented UK at the Venice Bienale in the 1950's
Glynn Thomas RE (1946)
Glynn Thomas specialises in Etchings of locations around the UK especially of places such as Walberswick, Southworld, Cambridge and London - which all mean something to him. He loves detail and uses additional perspectives to enable him to include even more in his pictures.
Valerie Thornton R.E. (1931 - 1986)
painter and printmaker, was born in London on April 13, 1931. ... In 1944, she returned to London where her art studies began in 1949 at the Byam Shaw School of Drawing and Painting.
Joe Tilson RA (1928)
Originally associated with the Pop Art movement, Joe Tilson now uses hand worked wood and metal in works which aspire to transcend time and cut across cultures, to communicate the sacred in nature via references to pre-classical mythology, the North American Indians,
Charles F Tunnicliffe OBE RA (1901 - 1979)
Much of Tunnicliffe's work depicted birds in their natural settings and other naturalistic scenes. He illustrated Henry Williamson's Tarka the Otter. His work was also used to illustrate Brooke Bond tea cards and as a result was seen by millions of young people in the United Kingdom during the 1950s and 1960s. He also illustrated a number of books, including the Ladybird books
Gavin Turk (1967)
considered to by one of the young British Artists.