Jeremy King is a British contemporary artist born in 1933, known for his paintings and lithographs of British countryside landscapes.
Jeremy was born in Oundle, Northamptonshire, in 1933. He studied at the Lancaster College of Arts and Crafts and later at the London University Institute of Education. From 1958 to 1967 he taught Art and 3D Design Pottery, but in 1967 he left teaching to take up painting and lithography full time, working in ateliers in Spain, Paris and at the Curwen Studio, London. In 1976 he moved to Port Isaac, Cornwall with his wife, the painter Brenda King, and then to St. Ives. Jeremy has exhibited widely throughout the UK, including at the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Oil Painting. His work is in the Tate Gallery Print Collection and is widely collected in North America. His first one-man show in the USA was held in 1984 at the Ruthven Gallery, Lancaster, Ohio, followed by a second in 1986. Jeremy has held successful shows in France and the USA and exhibited in Tokyo in 2000, and also exhibited with his wife Brenda in Brittany in 2002.