Donald Maxwell 1877-1936. Born at Clapham, Maxwell studied at the Clapham School of Art, the Slade and the Royal College of Art. During the Great War he was an official Admiralty artist. A successful illustrator, he worked variously for Yachting Monthly, the Church Times and The Graphic. He also self-illustrated numerous travel books recording his time overseas, as well as other authors, including Rudyard Kipling. This image was drawn for, and published in, the Church Times. He died at Goddington House, Harrietsham, Kent and is buried in East Farleigh churchyard. Brede, Sussex. Lithograph black and white image from an etching. Published 1928. Paper size 11 x 8.5ins. Image size approx 7.5 x 6.75ins.