by Scholes, Robert
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William Arnold-Forster 1886-1951
This artist was misnamed "Arnold-Foster" by R. S. Stephens, who found his work "monotonous" in 1922 (NA 30.26:339). His real name was William Edward Arnold-Forster, and he was known as a painter, publicist, and gardener. His son, Mark Arnold-Forster became well known as a writer. His wife, Katherine "Ka" Cox, died mysteriously in 1938. She had Bloomsbury connections and once had what has been called a "stormy love affair" with the poet Rupert Brooke.