Terry Willson (1948-2023) was a well known British printmaker, painter, and master printer. He studied at Huddersfield School of Art, Bradford College of Art, Stourbridge College of Art and finally at the Slade School in London until 1975. Upon leaving the school he was awarded a Prix de Rome Scholarship in etching and engraving and in 1975 he exhibited one etching at the Royal Academy from his then address in Highgate, London N6. Soon after his graduation he established Palm Tree Editions in Camden in 1978 where he printed the graphic works of such major artists as Lucian Freud and R B Kitaj, in addition to his own prints. He developed a very distinctive artistic style which is clearly recognisable. Terry Willson exhibited at home and internationally and his work is also represented in numerous collections, including the Tate Gallery, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Manchester City Art Gallery, Aberdeen Art Gallery and the British Council Collection.