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Nineteenth Century New Zealand Artists: A Guide & Handbook

LLOYD, Trevor c.1864–1937

LLOYD, Trevor c.1864–1937

Born Silverdale, out of Auckland, eldest son of Henry Lloyd; brought up on the farm and educated in the district. Drew the flora and fauna round him from an early age, encouraged no doubt and helped by his father's example; had no formal training in art but as a young man saw something of the artist L. J. Steele. Some time in 1890s, after father's death, moved to Auckland to try to make living through drawing. Illustrated stories for the New Zealand Magazine and contributed sketches to the New Zealand Graphic. 1903 appointed to staff of Auckland Weekly News, drawing mainly political cartoons. Most of his work in line and wash until 1921 when he began to make pen and ink drawings for the page 155 supplements to the New Zealand Herald. After his daughter, artist Constance Lloyd, began to make etchings as an Elam School of Art student, Lloyd himself began to etch, and it is for his etchings of the New Zealand bush that he is known. Exhibited: ASA 1883, 1896, and 1907–09; Auckland Industrial and Mining Ex 1898. Work included Centennial Ex Wtn 1940. A collection of his work in ACAG; represented also in AIML, McDougall.