Peter Reynolds Furse (October 29, 1901 - 1970) was a Canadian military officer and artist. Bone in Farnham, Hampshire, Surrey, England, Furse entered the Royal Navy at 17 during World War I. He worked as a cartographer, and later graduated from Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, in 1922. Furse married Barbara Elizabeth Ross on June 25, 1931, and the couple lived in Nairobi, Kenya and Cape Town, South Africa. Furse again served in the Royal Navy during World War II and rose to the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He and Barbara bought How Hoek Farm in Grabouw, Western Cape after World War II. The couple retired to Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada, where Furse became an artist.