According to Simon Houfe, Fraser, the brother of G. G. Fraser, was a prolific figure painter and illustrator who worked in London and Surrey and exhibited at the Royal Academy. He illustrated Dickens’s Great Expectations and Twain’s Innocents Abroad, contributing to many major periodicals, including Fun, Once A Week. Good Words, Good Words for the Young, The Illustrated London News, and St. Paul’s Magazine. — George P. Landow
- A Comparison of Fraser's Illustrations in the original 1870s Household Edition plates and those in the Collier New York edition of 1900
Houfe, Simon. The Dictionary of 19th Century Book Illustrators. 3rd ed. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Book Collectors Club, 1998.
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