Lady Ruth Gollancz (née Lowy; 1892–1973) was a British artist and wife of Sir Victor Gollancz.
Life and work
Ruth was the daughter of Ernest Daniel Lowy, a stockbroker. Ruth Gollancz studied art at the Slade school of art from 1909-12 under the direction of Henry Tonks. Her contemporaries at the Slade included C.R.W. Nevinson, Paul Nash, John Nash, Stanley Spencer, Mark Gertler and Gwen Raverat amongst others. At this time she was also an active suffragette.
- 1933 – Cooling & Sons Gallery
- 1964 – Upper Grosvenor Galleries
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