William Thomas Wood (1877 – 1958) He was born at Ipswich, the son of Thomas Wood, also an artist. He studied art at the Regent Street Polytechnic School and in Italy. He was married to the artist Bernice Knowles. He worked in watercolor and oils, painting flowers and landscapes, mainly, and became a member of a number of art societies. Living in London, he exhibited mainly at the Leicester Gallery. In 1918 he was appointed an official war artist in the Balkans. His work may be found in a number of public collections.