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A. S. Boyd

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Alexander Stuart Boyd (7 february 1854 - 21 august 1930) was a Scottish illustrator, joke catoonist, journalist, writer and painter. Born in Glasgow, he moved to London in 1891 and he started to contribute cartoons and illustrations to The Graphic (from 1893), the Punch (from 1894), Good Words, Black & White, The Idler, Sunday Magazine, The Pall Mall Gazette and others. He emigrated in New Zealand in 1912 where he became President of the Auckland Society of Artists.

In 1894, he did 7 illustrations for Arthur Conan Doyle's short story The Doctors of Hoyland.


Illustrations

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