Edward Wolfe, RA (1897-1982)
Born in South Africa, he moved to England in 1916 and attended the Slade School of Art, 1916-1918. Having met Roger Fry he became involved with the Bloomsbury Group. In 1919 he became aware of Matisse and Modigliani and in 1922 rented a studio in Montparnasse. His work is vibrant, employing a rich use of colour.