Julian Trevelyan was a British artist and printmaker. He moved to Paris to become an artist, enrolling at Atelier Dix-Sept, Stanley William Hayter's engraving school, where he learned etching. He worked alongside artists including Max Ernst, Oskar Kokoschka, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso. From 1950 to 1955, Trevelyan taught the history of art and etching at the Chelsea School of Art. During 1955–63, he was Tutor of Engraving at the Royal College of Art, rising to Head of the Etching Department where he was influential to many younger printmakers, including David Hockney and Norman Ackroyd. Trevelyan's second wife was the painter Mary Fedden; they married in 1951. Trevelyan died on 12 July 1988 in Hammersmith, London.