Definition of Harrison William Weir
What does the word Harrison William Weir mean?
part of speech: noun
An English illustrator and writer for young people; born at Lewes, May 5, 1824. He is noted for his engravings of animals, and was one of the original members of the Society of Painters in Water-Colors. He has written: "The Poetry of Nature" (1865); "Funny Dogs with Funny Tales"; "The Adventures of a Bear"; "Bird Stories"; "Our Cats"; etc.: some of which he illustrated himself. Died Jan. 4, 1906.