1913 - 1996

Daniel Pettiward, was born at Polzeath, St Minver, Cornwall on 7 November 1913, son of Charles Pettiward (1855-9 October 1933) who, in 1908 on inheriting the Finborough Estate from his great uncle Robert John Pettiward (1821-3 February 1908), by royal licence adopted the surname Pettiward in lieu of his patronymic Terry, of Finborough Hall, Stowmarket, Suffolk, Daniel's mother was Eliza Mary née Gamlen (10 December 1880-26 February 1952), who married Charles Terry at Welwyn, Hertfordshire in 1904. In 1911 his parents, Charles 55 and Eliza 33, were living at Finborough Hall with Daniel's elder brother, Roger Gamlen Pettiward [q.v.] and two sisters, Cynthia 6 and Stella 3, and they maintained eleven indoor servants. Daniel was educated at Eton and at University College, Oxford, where he was President of his college athletic club. Painter, illustrator and author and in 1939, a writer, living at Trafalgar House, Downton, Salisbury, Wiltshire with his mother Eliza and his sister Stella (5 February 1908-21 September 1976), a stage manager. Daniel contributed to 'Punch' magazine including 'How to be a comic artist without being able to draw' in 1952 and exhibited at the Heron Gallery, London in 1976 and amongst others illustrated 'A Cockney in the Country' (1958) by Virginia Graham. He died at Salisbury on 22 August 1996, he was unmarried. The author and illustrator of 'Money for Jam: anyone can be a Non-artist' (1956) and 'Truly Rural. Verses' (1939).

Works by This Artist