EDWIN LA DELL (1914 – 1970) won scholarships to Sheffield School of Art and the Royal College of Art, where he studied under John Nash and later became head of printmaking. He was an official war artist and is best known for his post-war lithographs for School Prints, Lyons Tea Rooms and his own series of Oxford, Cambridge, Kent and New York. His works are in many public collections, including the Royal Academy, the Government Art Collection and the Victoria & Albert Museum.