Rosalie Loveling was a Flemish author of poetry, novels and essays.
Rosalie Loveling was born in Nevele, Belgium, and was the older sister of Virginie Loveling, also an author, with whom she co-wrote part of her oeuvre.
She made her literaty debut influenced by Klaus Groth, whose "Trinia" she translated into Dutch. They also published two collections of essays on life in the rural communities as well as the city bourgeousie. Rosalie Loveling died on 4 May 1875 in Nevele.