Arthur Clutton-Brock (1868-1924) was a British critic, journalist and essayist. In 1895 he was called to the bar and practiced law for several years. He was an editor for The Speaker from 1904 until 1906 and he wrote mainly for the Times Literary Supplement (TLS). Then he became an art critic for The Tribune, The Morning Post and The Times. He was interested in socialism and Christianity; he was active and innovative as a practitioner, reformer, and theorist for both causes. His works include: The Cathedral Church of York (1899), Shelley: The Man and the Poet (1909), William Morris: His Work and Influence (1914), Essays on Art (1919) and Essays on Literature and Life (1926).