Lady Colin Campbell
Standard Name: Campbell, Lady Colin
Used Form: Gertrude Elizabeth Campbell
Birth Name: Gertrude Elizabeth Blood
Married Name: Lady Colin Campbell
Pseudonym: G. E. Brunefille
Pseudonym: Vera Tsaritsyn
Pseudonym: Q. E. D.
Pseudonym: G. B.
Lady Colin Campbell was a journalist and editor from the mid-1870s until the turn of the twentieth century. Despite the notoriety resulting from being accused of adultery in a divorce case, she won success as a popular columnist and art critic. She published art reviews, weekly columns, conduct literature, drama, short stories, and a novel. A prototypical New Woman, she advocated her right to smoke tobacco, ride bicycles, and participate in outdoor sports.
Campbell, Lady Colin. A Book of the Running Brook: and of Still Waters. Samson Low, Marston, Searle and Revington, 1886.
Campbell, Lady Colin. “A Plea for Tobacco”. The English Illustrated Magazine, Vol.
11, pp. 81-4.
Campbell, Lady Colin. A Woman’s Walks: Studies in Colour Abroad and at Home. E. Nash, 1903.
Campbell, Lady Colin. Darell Blake. Trischler, 1889.
Campbell, Lady Colin, editor. Etiquette of Good Society. Cassell and Co., 1893.
Campbell, Lady Colin. Topo. Marcus Ward & Co., 1878.