Below are examples of his work.
I like this portrait very much: a striking image.
This seems out-of-character. Perhaps it was made early in his career, though one Internet source speculates it might have been painted in 1923. Regardless, it was auctioned by Christie's as one of his works.
Various titles are assigned to this painting.
To me, this is not up to Souter's likeness standards.
Different, casually done.
Again no date, so I'll guess it's from the mid-1930s or the 1950s to judge by her hairdo.
Interesting that this personage is shown holding a cigarette.
I really like this sketch because the facial expression is so life-like. Reminds me of a lady friend of days gone by.