Rackham, Edyth Starkie by Scholes, Robert
Edyth Starkie Rackham () She lived in and around London, and, in 1903, married the famous illustrator, Arthur Rackham. Their daughter Barbara was born in 1908. Edyth’s work was seen in London shows and galleries from 1895 to 1925. She was among the rather large number of artists whose work was not admired by Anthony Ludovici, writing for The New Age — see, for example, (NA 12:25:619). We have found references to her paintings but not images of them, though we are still searching.