Charlotte Ardizzone NEAC, RWA (British b. 1943)
Charlotte Ardizzone trained at St Martins and the Byam Shaw Schools
of Art and had her first solo exhibition at the Drian Gallery in 1970.
Her uncle Edward Ardizzone was the much loved illustrator, another uncle,
Gabriel White was the painter and Director of Arts at the Arts Council.
She has exhibited regularly at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions
and has been represented in mixed exhibitions at the Grabowski Gallery
and the New Grafton Gallery as well as many others. Examples of her
work in prominent permanent collections can be found in the National
Gallery of Australia, the Universities of Columbia and Dublin, National
Gallery of Poland, and the Nuffield Foundation.
Her Norfolk and southern French home in the Lot, provide inspiration
for her recent paintings. Landscapes, interiors and still lives in oils,
watercolours and pastels form the main body of her work. Amongst numerous
solo exhibitions she has shown at Blond Fine Art, London in 1979 and
the Curwen Gallery, London in 1984.
Charlotte Ardizzone is a member of the New English Art Club and The
Royal West of England Academy.
Pot plants on a Window Ledge
Oil on canvas
69 x 99 cm.
Cambridge Book & Print Gallery •