|Born||March 20, 1885|
Creswick, Victoria, Australia
|Died||March 12, 1919 (aged 33)|
London, United Kingdom
|Education||National Gallery of Victoria|
|Known for||Illustration, Painting|
William Henry Dyson (m. 1909)
Lindsay was born in Creswick, Victoria, the seventh child and second daughter of Robert and Jane Lindsay, and lived in Melbourne from the age of 16 with her brother Percy while studying at the National Gallery of Victoria School.
As an illustrator she went by several names; signing her work as 'Ruby Lyne', Ruby Lyn', 'Ruby lind', and once as 'Ruby Ramsbottom'.
In 1912, she contributed illustrations to the book Epigrams of Eve by child welfare advocate and journalist Sophie Irene Loeb. After World War I she visited relations in Ireland and died during the Spanish flu pandemic. Lindsay is buried in the same grave as her husband in Hendon Cemetery, London. Her name on the headstone is shown as "Ruby Lind".
Society of Artists exhibition poster, 1907
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