Alan Francis Clutton-Brock
Alan Francis Clutton-Brock (1904-1976) art critic. Born in Weybridge. He was greatly influenced by Roger Fry, who was a family friend, and published several popular books: Italian Painting (1930), Introduction to French Painting (1932), and a short life of William Blake (1933); a detective novel, Murder at Liberty Hall (1941); and jointly with Adrian Stokes, Cézanne (2 vols.) for the Faber Library, in 1947-55.