Frith Milward (1906-1982) was a well-known painter in oil, watercolour and pastel of landscapes and figure subjects. He was born at Worcester Park in Surrey and he studied art at Wimbledon School of Art, then Kingston-Upon-Thames Art School and finally at the Royal College of Art under Sir William Rothenstein. Milward married the artist Lydia Peggy Rogenhagen. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the London Group, the Kingston Group, and in Staffordshire and Derbyshire. Milward taught art in Rocester in Staffordshire, then at Burslem Art School in Stoke-on-Trent. His work is represented in the collection of The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent. Frith Milward lived for many years at Newton Longnor, near Buxton in Derbyshire.