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Rutter, Frank Vane Phipson.
Adm. pens. at QUEENS', Jan. 1896. [Youngest] s. of Henry, solicitor (and Emmeline C., of Paddington).
B. Feb. 17, 1876, at Putney. [School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Lent, 1896; B.A. 1899.
Studied art in London, Paris, Florence, Rome.
Sub-Editor of the Daily Mail, 1901-2; Editor of To-day, 1902-4. Art critic of the Sunday Special and of the Sunday Times, 1903-37.
Curator of the Leeds City Art Gallery, 1912-17.
During the latter part of the Great War, 1914-19, worked at the Admiralty.
For several years actively connected with the Woman suffrage movement.
Editor of Art and Letters. Author, Varsity Types; The Path to Paris; Rossetti; Whistler; Evolution in Modern Art; The Poetry of Architecture; Art in my Time; and of a Guide to Cambridge, which ran into many editions.
Died Apr. 18, 1937, in London.
(Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Who's Who in Art; Who was Who; The Times. Apr. 19, 1937.)
Frank Vane Phipson RUTTER
Approx. lifespan: 1876–1937
pens. Queens' College adm1896:01
Youngest s. of Henry RUTTER Solicitor: (and Emmeline C., of Paddington, [ London ] )
b. Putney, [ London ] 1876:02:17
Sch: Merchant Taylors' School Merchant Taylors', [ London ]
Matric 1896:01LT:
BA 1899
Studied art London Paris, [ France ] Florence, [ Italy ] Rome, [ Italy ]
Sub-
Editor of: : Daily Mail 1901-2
Editor of: : To-day 1902-4
Art critic of the Sunday Special and of the Sunday Times 1903-37
Curator of: Leeds City Art Gallery, [ West Riding of Yorkshire ] 1912-17
During the latter part of the Great War 1914-19, worked at the Admiralty, [ London ]
For several years actively connected with the Woman suffrage movement.
Editor of: : Art and Letters
Publ.: Varsity Types; The Path to Paris; Rossetti; Whistler; Evolution in Modern Art; The Poetry of Architecture; Art in my Time ; and of a Guide to CB , which ran into many editions.
d. London 1937:04:18
( Merchant Taylors' School Reg.; Who's Who in Art; Who was Who; The Times . 1937:04:19)

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