1876 - 1964

Evelyn Alice Clutton-Brock

As Evelyn Alick Vernon-Harcourt, she was born at Limpsfield, Surrey on 30 December 1876, daughter of Leveson Francis Vernon-Harcourt (25 January 1839-14 September 1907) and his wife Alice née Brandreth (1844-28 August 1919), younger daughter of Lieut. Col. Henry Rowland Brandreth, who married at St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, London on 2 August 1870. Evelyn married at St Mary's Oatland, Weybridge on 6 August 1903, Arthur Clutton-Brock (23 March 1868-8 January 1924), a former barrister and an author. Evelyn was one of the first pupils of the East Anglian School of Painting & Drawing then at Dedham, Essex and where she exhibited in 1937. In 1939 she was a widow living at Lock Cottage, Nayland, Suffolk with her son Alan Francis Clutton-Brock and his wife Barbara. Evelyn also exhibited at the Royal Academy. Evelyn Alice Clutton-Brock died at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire on 28 July 1964.

Self-portrait The Athenaeum.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from Lock Cottage, Bear Street, Nayland, Suffolk
1950 205 Shirley Poppies
from 37 Overstrand Mansions, Prince of Wales Drive, London SW 11
1954 144 Chrysanthemums
387 Grafton Farm

Works by This Artist