Malcolm Arbuthnot

1877-1967. Artist and photographer. Born in Surrey, he developed a strong interest in photography. He married a Kodak heiress and became manager of Kodak's Liverpool branch in 1912, where he resumed his interest in painting and lectured on Van Gogh. He later established a studio on New Bond Street, London, and worked as a fashionable portrait photographer before moving to France to study sculpture. He then settled in Jersey and concentrated on watercolour painting.