Painter, draughtsman, etcher, especially of architectural subjects. Born in London, son of a solicitor and artist. Studied at Christ Church, Oxford, and apprenticed to the architect, Sir Ernest George. Then studied at Chelsea School of Art under Augustus John and William Orpen (q.q.v.) and later in Paris with Jacque-Emile Blanche and Walter Sickert (q.q.v.). Joined the group of artists who congregated in the Dieppe area before WWI, when he then joined the Artists' Rifles. Exhibited at the Royal Academy; the London Group and New English Art Club - he was a member of both - Leicester Galleries and Goupil Gallery. He lived in London and at Graffham, Sussex. The V&A, Ashmolean and Fizwilliam museums hold his work, as well as the British Museum.