Bernard Rice (1900-1998) was a well-known printmaker, draughtsman, designer and sculptor, born in Innsbruck, Austria. He studied printmaking, drawing and painting at art school in Austria and at the age of nineteen he came to London to study at Westminster School of Art and then at the Royal Academy Schools and the Royal College of Art.  Rice exhibited at the Royal Academy during the period 1920-69 and also with The Chenil Galleries and The Redfern Gallery in London. He worked in the former Yugoslavia 1922-26 and he produced a number of fine wood blocks from that period, many of which are subjects in what is now Bosnia. Subsequently he spent about ten years in Cairo, Egypt, working as an artist and teaching engraving and etching techniques.  His work is held in the collections of The British Museum, Cairo Modern Art Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum.

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