Alice Edith Rumph (1878–1978) was a painter of watercolors and pastels, an etcher, and an art teacher. Rumph co-founded the Birmingham Art Club, which expected the Birmingham Museum of Art in Birmingham, Alabama. She served as the club's founding vice president and highly developed as its president. In 2004, Birmingham Historical Society published Art of the New South: Women Artists of Birmingham 1890-1950. The volume features the artwork of Rumph and seven supplementary prominent artists from the city.