Brian Rice (born 1936) is a well-known printmaker, painter and teacher.  He was born in Yeovil, Somerset and studied art at Yeovil School of Art 1952-56 and he gained his teaching certificate at the Goldsmiths’ College in London 1958-59.  His work was exhibited widely in the 1960s and 1970s and Rice became well-known internationally for his paintings and prints which were associated with the Op-Art movement.  He was chairman of the Printmakers Council of Great Britain 1974-77.  After a period during which he immersed himself in farming and building renovation in the West Country he resumed his work as an artist and exhibited widely again from the mid 1990s onwards. His work is held in many public collections including The Tate Gallery.  A catalogue raisonne of his prints was published by Sansom & Co Ltd in 2013 and in September 2016 a catalogue raisonne of his paintings 1952-2016 with essay by Andrew Lambirth is due to be released by the same publisher.

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