S. Carter

Samuel John Carter (1835-1892) was a draughtsman, painter, and illustrator. Carter was born in 1835 in Swaffham, Norfolk. He studied art in Norwich. Carter exhibited at the Royal Institute, the Royal Academy, the Royal Society of British Artists, and the Grosvenor Gallery. He specialized in animal drawings. Carter created illustrations for the periodical press including The Illustrated London News and The Graphic.

Further Reading


Engen, Rodney K.. “Carter, Samuel John 1835-92.” Dictionary of Victorian Wood Engravers. N.J.: Chadwyck-Healey, 1985. 44. Print.


Illustrations by S. Carter



Suddenlyin229 'Suddenly, in the middle of one of the loudest roars, he rolled on his side.'. Hunter Quatermain's Story. "Hunter Quatermain's Story" from In a Good Cause. 1885
Theeland225 The eland stood at gaze.. Hunter Quatermain's Story. "Hunter Quatermain's Story" from In a Good Cause. 1885
Thencame236 'Then came a long silence.'. Hunter Quatermain's Story. "Hunter Quatermain's Story" from In a Good Cause. 1885