Donald Maxwell (14 April 1877 – 25 July 1936) was an English writer and illustrator, still notable for his topographical paintings. Several of his works were displayed as prints in railway carriages.
Donald Maxwell was born in Clapham, Surrey (now part of London), the son of Dr Frederick Charles Maxwell, a Methodist clergyman and schoolmaster, and his wife Lucilla, also an illustrator. His father had founded the Manor House School in Clapham in 1876, where Donald's childhood was probably spent.... meer
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