John Christopher Wood (7 April 1901 – 21 August 1930) — also known as Kit Wood — was an English painter born in Knowsley, near Liverpool.
Wood was bisexual. In the early summer of 1921, Wood met Antonio de Gandarillas, a Chilean diplomat. Gandarillas, a married homosexual fourteen years older than Wood, lived a glamorous life partly financed by gambling. Their relationship lasted through Wood's life, surviving his affair with Jeanne Bourgoint. In 1927 his plans to elope and marry heiress Meraud Guinness were frustrated by her parents whereupon he required emotional support from Winifred Nicholson. (Meraud went on to marry Alvaro Guevara in 1929.) Wood also had a liaison with a Russian émigrée, Frosca Munster, whom he met in 1928. -- Wikipedia
Exhibition with fellow English artist and friend Cedric Morris
Review of exhibition by Richard Canning, Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide, May-Jun 2013