English military painter and journalist. Graduated from the Royal Art Academy in London, worked as a painter, illustrator and journalist for the journal “The Graphic”, London and was war correspondent and illustrator for the wars in Armenia, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Italy and South Africa. Died on 10th May 1903 in Aden, then a British colony, now a city in Yemen, of complications from injuries suffered during the four-month siege of Ladysmith, Natal, South Africa, while covering the Second Boer War.
William T. Maud visited Macedonia twice, once while he was covering Greco-Turkish War in 1897 and second time in 1902 while he was covering the kidnapping of the America missionary Miss Stone. He met Miss Stone and the kidnapers several times and produced several drawings after which the French magazine “I’ Illustration” and the British newspaper “The Graphic” published articles about Macedonia.