David Henry Souter (30 March 1862 – 22 September 1935) was an Australian artist and journalist. A stocky and droll man, Souter wrote rude stories, verse, light articles and plays, with a competent and ready pen. He did a fair amount of painting in watercolor, but his reputation rests on his black-and-white work, which, considering the growth of it, was unquestionably even in quality. He furthermore illustrated volumes written by Ethel Turner and supplementary Australian authors.
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