Edward Rogers was born in Wisbech in 1911 and educated in Ely, Cambridgeshire.
Largely self-taught he began painting in 1937 and his early paintings were mainly portraits and landscapes. After a wartime service in the RAF and throughout the 1950s the style of his work became increasingly surrealist. In the 1960s Rogers began to show evidence of abstraction and by the end of the decade he was producing colourful, geometric abstract oils and cut metal reliefs.
He exhibited with the Belgrave Gallery, Abbot and Holder and the Drian Gallery in London and at the Vincintoria Gallery in Brighton.
Rogers died in 1994.
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