Charles George HarperCharles George Harper (1863–1943) was an English author and illustrator. Born in London, England, Harper wrote many self-illustrated travel books, exploring the regions, roads, coastlines, literary connections, old inns etc. of Britain. In later life, he lived in Petersham.
Aside from the some 170 topographical works, he also wrote a few books on drawing and its techniques, including ''English Pen Artists of To-day'' (1892) and ''A Practical Handbook of Drawing for Modern Methods of Reproduction'' (1894), as well as an anti-feminist polemic, ''Revolted Woman; past, present, and to come'' (1894), and a satirical novel, ''Hearts Do Not Break: a Tale of the Lower Slopes'' (1896), attacking logrolling among the London literary set. Provided by Wikipedia