Samuel Loxton

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This article is about the English illustrator. For the Australian cricketer, footballer and politician, see Sam Loxton.
A 1919 Loxton illustration of Hotwells Halt railway station.

Samuel Loxton (born 1857 in Bristol; died 1922)[1] was an English illustrator and artist who worked primarily in Bristol and the west of England. Some 2000 of his works are catalogued in the Bristol Central Library.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Loxton's Legacy". Bristol Past. Retrieved 2011-05-21.