Andre Bicat

In the 1930s Bicat worked extensively as a set designer for the theatre including a New York production of Murder in the Cathedral by T S Eliot and productions for Windsor Repertory Theatre and the Mercury Theatre. From 1966 to 1974 Andre Bicat worked as a tutor in the Printmaking Departments at the Royal College of Art and the City and Guilds Art School in London, where he was known as an inspiring and committed teacher. Bicat’s attention to the details of his craft and the intensity with which he passed on these skills, helped many younger artists to find their feet. As his fellow artist, Merlyn Evans remarked:

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