Richard Henry Brock (1871 - 1943) was an english illustrator and painter. He shared a studio with his brothers Charles and Harry Brock in Cambridge, but did not share their interest in architecture, furniture and fashion. Where they gained reputations as book illustrators, Richard concentrated on painting, earning a modest income from local landscapes, mostly in oils. He did turn his hand of illustrating magazines for children and in later years he illustrated a number of books, mostly for girls, including Tracked on the Trail by Nancy M. Haynes (1926), Another Pair of Shoes by Jessie Leckie Herbertson (1929) and The Windmill Guides by Violet M. Methley (1931). A couple of rare excursions into standard novels were illustrated editions of Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe (n.d.) and The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan (1924).Source: http://illustrationartgallery.blogspot.com/2010/10/richard-henry-brock.html
Illustration by Richard Henry Brock for an english children book 1920 ca.