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Arthur Trevor Haddon
Illustration by Arthur Trevor Haddon, from Yule Logs
Born22 August 1864
London, England
Died13 December 1941 (aged 77)
Cambridge, England
Education Slade School of Fine Art; Hubert von Herkomer (18880-90)
Known forPainter, illustrator
Movement Orientalist

Arthur Trevor Haddon (22 August 1864 – 13 December 1941), also known as Trevor Haddon, was a British painter and illustrator.

Life and career

Arthur Trevor Haddon was born on 22 August 1864 in London. He won a scholarship to the prestigious Slade School of Fine Art and enrolled in 1883. [1] There, he studied under Alphonse Legros. He also studied with Hubert von Herkomer from 1888 to 1890. [2]

Although he lived primarily in London and Cambridge, Haddon traveled to Rome, Madrid, Venice, California, South America, Hawaii, and Asia. [3] He died in Cambridge on December 13, 1941, at age 77. [4]


Haddon was both a painter and illustrator.

Selected paintings

Illustrations in publications

Haddon illustrated the following works:

  • Browne, Edith A., Peeps at Many Lands: Spain, with twelve full-page illustrations in colour by Trevor Haddon and Edgar T. A. Wigram, London: Adam & Charles Black, 1910
  • Calvert, Albert Frederick, Granada Present and Bygone, (illustrations by Trevor Haddon), J. M. Dent, London, 1908
  • Calvert, Albert Frederick, Southern Spain: Painted By Trevor Haddon, A. & C. Black, Ltd., London, 1908
  • Gould, Baring, A Book of the Rhine from Cleve to Mainz. With eight Illustrations in Colour by Trevor Haddon, London, Methuen 1906
  • Nye, G.H.F, Our Island Home (8 illustrations by Trevor Haddon), Bemrose & Sons, Limited, London, c. 1898
  • Okey, Thomas, The Old Venetian Palaces and Old Venetian Folk. With Fifty Coloured and Other Illustrations by Trevor Haddon, London. J. M. Dent & Co. 1907
  • Thirlmere, Rowland, Letters from Catalonia and other parts of Spain (illustrations by Trevor Haddon), Hutchinson & Co., London, 1905

See also


  1. ^ Ambrosini, R. and Dury, R., European Stevenson, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009, p. 8
  2. ^ Calton Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland Archived April 23, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Vallejo Gallery, Costa Mesa, CA
  4. ^ Calton Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland Archived April 23, 2014, at the Wayback Machine