Alfonso Toft (Birmingham 1866–1964), was a British landscape artist. He was the son of Charles Toft (1832–1901) and was born in the Birmingham suburb of Handsworth. He came from a family of Staffordshire pottery artists. His father was a principal modeller for Wedgwood pottery from 1876–88 and also an English artist. His brother was the sculptor Albert Toft.
He was a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters.
In 1910, 1912 and 1914 he was one of the artists who represented Britain at the Venice Biennale He also designed the medal for the coronation of George V.
The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Staffordshire
Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Museum & Art Gallery
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
^ “Albert Toft”. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 27 June 2013.
^ Albert Toft in the DNB
^ Venice Biennale timeline – the British Council
^ Medal commemorating the Coronation of George V by Alfonso Toft at the Royal Collection.
Exhibition catalogue for Toft’s Newfoundland paintings
Review of Toft exhibition at the Fine Art Society in the Connoisseur magazine, 1920
Alfonso Toft on the BBC Your Paintings website