John Lockwood Kipling

John Lockwood Kipling (1837–1911) was an English art teacher, illustrator and museum curator who spent most of his adult life in India. In 1875, Kipling was appointed the Principal of Mayo School of Arts, Lahore, and curator of the original Lahore Museum. He was the father of the author Rudyard Kipling, whose books he illustrated, along with those of others like Flora Annie Steel. He also worked on the decorations for Crawford Market in Bombay and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

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