H. R. Millar

Harold Robert Millar (1869 – 1940), also known as H. R. Millar, was a prolific illustrator and cartoonist. Millar was born in Dumfries, Scotland. He was educated at the Birmingham Municipal School of Art.

Further Reading:


Clark, Alan. Dictionary of British Comic Artists, Writers and Editors. London: The British Library, 1998. 112. Print.


Houfe, Simon. The Dictionary of British Book Illustrators and Caricaturists, 1800-1914: with Introductory Chapters on the Rise and Progress of the Art. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1981. 230-232. Print.

Illustrations by H. R. Millar



Aknifecassellsmagazine281 A knife flashed and the soldier stepped back. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 3. August 1904
Amoment20 A moment the stallion hung, then sprang out wide and clear. The Brethren. 1st US edition. 1904
Atlengthcassellsmagazine408 At length he came to Ascalon. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 4. September 1904
Atthecassellsmagazine528 At the door we kissed and parted weeping. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 5. October 1904

Begonelestcassellsmagazine49 Begone, lest I send you on a longer journey. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 1. June 1904
Begonelest224 'Begone, lest I send you on a longer journey'. The Brethren. 1st US edition. 1904
Bentthecassellsmagazine288 Bent the knee before her. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 3. August 1904
Blessmecassellsmagazine415 'Bless me, father, and bid them strike'. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 4. September 1904

Callinghercassellsmagazine635 Calling her 'saint and deliverer'. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 6. November 1904
Calmlyenoughcassellsmagazine413 Calmly enough the brethren took, each of them, the box that was nearest to him. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 4. September 1904
Cameacassellsmagazine164 Came a man, turbaned. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 2. July 1904
Downtheycassellsmagazine153 Down they went, and down. The Brethren. Cassell's Magazine, vol. 38, no. 2. July 1904