Barbara Rae CBE RA (1943)
Rae's imagery combines influence of travel & sun drenched colour with human traces and patterns in the landscape to successfully create exotic abstract and semi abstract compositions.
Dame Paula Rego (1935)
An artist interested in a powerful narrative who often draws from folk tales and stories told to her in her childhood which resonate today.
Ray Richardson (000)
Richardson is best known for reflecting London Characters or American culture often with bull terrier in hand. Always viewed with dry humour and a critical eye.
Bridget Riley CBE (1931)
Riley is famous for being the pioneer of Op Art. Known for her geometric patterns which give a sensation to movement to move to the eye. In 1960's her black and white patterns greatly influenced the fashions and designs of the day
Jo Rizzato's background is textile design and printing although she has always been passionate about painting. She takes herinspiration from walks along the Stour and Colne rivers and uses colour, shape and light to capture the emotional content and beauty of the surrounding Essex countryside.
Michael Rothenstein RA (1908 - 1993)
Early Pop Artist and pioneer of British printmaking. Also known as one of the Bardfield Artists
Paul Rumsey (tbc)
Paul Rumsey works predominantly in charcoal on paper preferring tones rather than lines.