Alan Blyth (1921fl. 1921 - 1953) was an English artist who primarily painted landscape and botanical paintings, predominantly in the oil medium.
It is likely that Alan Blyth was born in Norfolk around 1900. He exhibited at the majority of London galleries including the New English Art Club, the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Royal Institute of Oil Painters and Walker's Gallery.
The label of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters on his portrait in oils entitled 'Vera' gives his address at the time as 'Jacques', Garboldisham, Diss, Norfolk. During the 1990s work by Blyth appeared in auctions at Bonham's and Christie's. However, for such a widely exhibited artist it is unusual that little other biographical information is known.