John Kelt Edwards

John Kelt Edwards (1875- 11 October 1934) was a Welsh artist and cartoonist. The son of a shopkeeper from Blaenau Ffestiniog, Edwards was educated at Llandovery College. After leaving college he toured Europe, and exhibited his artwork a the Paris Salon.

Notable for his portraits of famous Welsh individuals, his works included paintings of David Lloyd George and Owen Morgan Edwards. He was also known for designs connected to the military, he designed the badge and banner for the Comrades of the Great War and the roll of honour of the Royal Welch Fusiliers. He also contributed book illustrations and produced war cartoons.

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