Modigliani was a the forefront of the expressionist movement and was a long-term friend of and collaborator with Epstein.
A French artist most active between the First and Second World Wars and along with Matisse and Vlaminck formed the Fauvist movement.
A celebrated British painter who is known for his portraits and his paintings of the Western Front during the First World War.
David Lloyd-George was elected to the British Parliament in 1890 and became Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1908.
The world-famous British artist, engraver and typographer, who is well know for his eponymous 'Gill Sans' family of typefaces.
Best known for his carved sculptures, Gaudier-Brzeska was one of the leading artists in the French cubist movement.
Arguably one of Britain's most well known and prolific sculptors, and was involved in the post-war Cubist and Surrealist movements.
Eliot was a poet, editor and critic who, like Epstein, moved to England from America and took British citizenship.