Wolfram Onslow-Ford (1879-1956)

Wolfram Onslow Ford (1879-1956). A member of a family of British artists, Wolfram Onslow-Ford was the son of Victorian sculptor Edward Onslow-Ford and the uncle of California Surrealist Gordon Onslow-Ford. He particularly painted portraits which showed the influence of James A. M. Whistler, who was a family friend. Wolfram Onslow Ford exhibited at the Baillie Gallery, The Glasgow Institute of The Fine Arts, Walker Art Gallery, Manchester City Art Gallery, New Gallery and the Royal Academy.