Ralph Chubb (Ralph Chubb)

Ralph Chubb

British Poet, Printer, and Artist. He was born in Harpenden, Hertfordshire and he died at Fair Oak Cottage in Hampshire. He was influenced by Whitman, Blake, and the Romantics, and his work was the creation of a personal mythology, one that was anti-materialist and sexually revolutionary. His liberalised, nature based romantic view was set out in a homosexual and spiritualist manifesto ‘An Appendix’ and then in lithographic books such as ‘The Sun Spirit’ and ‘The Secret Country’. Other of his books “The Child of Dawn,” “Flames of Sunrise,” “Manhood,” “The Book of God’s Madness” and “A Fable of Love and War.” He was buried next to his parents. (bio by: JosĂ© L BernabĂ© Tronchoni)


  • February, 08, 1892


  • January, 01, 1960


  • Kingsclere Woodlands Cemetery
  • Hampshire
  • England

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