Charles Edwin Fripp (September 4, 1854 - 1906) was an English artist who mostly painted military subjects including wars in South Africa, the Sino-Japanese War, and the Philippines Campaign of the Spanish-American War. He was born in Camden Town, London.
He came from a family of artists. His great-grandfather Nicholas Pocock (1740-1821) was a famous British artist known for his naval warfare paintings. His father George Arthur Fripp (1813-1896) was a landscape artist. His brother Thomas W. Fripp was a watercolourist in Canada. His uncle Alfred Downing Fripp (1822-1895) was also a watercolourist.
A portion of his painting The Last Stand at Isandlwana is to be used cover artwork for the game Victoria Cross II.