Jacqueline Rizvi Born 1944 NEAC RBA RWS

Jacqueline Rizvi Born 1944 NEAC RBA RWS

Code: 10297


'Blue Bowl' 

by JACQUELINE RIZVI  born 1944  NEAC, R.W.S., R.B.A.

Pencil, watercolour, bodycolour on paper, 4.75 x 6 ins, titled and artist noted verso.

Provenance: Ex Collection J M Bolam  Suffolk.


Jacqueline Rizvi was born in Yorshire in 1944, initally she studied art and Art History at the Regent Street Ploytechnic and transferred to the Chelsea School of Art , graduating in 1968.  She worked as an illustrator and has lectured in Art History but has always kept up a strong profile exhibiting through the major London art societies including the Royal Watercolour Society.  She has won a number of art prizes over her career including the Ondaatje Prize for Drawing in 1996.

Her pared back approach to creating a composition allows her to create a single focus around - very often - a cup or bowl in an indeterminate interior setting - perhaps just a table top or cloth for background. The quiet focus draws the eye to a contemplative  state.