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Keith Grant (born 1930)


Keith Frederick Grant (born 1930)

One of the greatest living British landscape painters, Keith Grant has travelled extensively, and has confronted the elements in order to produce extraordinary, resonant images of nature, especially in the north. Recently, he has preferred to recollect his experiences in the tranquility of his studio in Norway, and work imaginatively to produce an exciting series of what he calls ‘autobiographical’ paintings.

Keith Grant was born in Liverpool on 10 August 1930. Educated at Bootle Grammar School, he left at the age of thirteen to work in the local Co-op. He received his first opportunity to practise as a painter while doing National Service in the RAF. In turn, classes at the Working Men’s College, Camden, enabled him to enrol at Willesden Art School (1952-55).

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