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Archibald S. Hartrick

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Self-portrait of Archibald S. Hartrick (1913)

Archibald Standish Hartrick (7 august 1864 - 1 february 1950) was a British painter, lithograph and illustrator. He worked for several magazines like The Yellow Book and The Strand Magazine. He wrote his memories: A Painter's Pilgrimage Through Fifty Years (Cambridge University Press, 1939).

In 1898 and 1902, he did 16 illustrations for Arthur Conan Doyle's short story The Story of the Beetle Hunter.