Jocelyn Rickards

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Jocelyn Rickards
Born(1924-07-29)29 July 1924
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Died7 July 2005(2005-07-07) (aged 80)
London, England
Cause of deathPneumonia
OccupationCostume designer
Years active1958-1988
Spouse(s)Leonard Rosoman
(m. 1963; div. 196?)
Clive Donner
(m. 1969)

Jocelyn Rickards (29 July 1924 – 7 July 2005) was an Australian artist and costume designer.

During the 1940s to 1950s Rickards was one of the Merioola Group of artists. The review of her works in a 1948 exhibition by Paul Haefliger was the source of the coined phrase "The Charm School" to describe these Sydney artists.[1][2]

In 1966 Rickards won a BAFTA Film Award for the film Mademoiselle.

In 1967 she was nominated at the 39th Academy Awards in the category of Best Costumes-Black and White for her work on the film Morgan – A Suitable Case for Treatment.[3]

Selected filmography[edit]


  1. ^ Paul Haefliger as "Our Art Critic" (20 October 1948). "Artist Relies On Charm". Sydney Morning Herald. NSW. p. 4. Retrieved 7 May 2014.
  2. ^ Klepac, Lou (June 2012). "Two Expatriates in Europe" (PDF). The National Library Magazine. 4 (2).
  3. ^ "The 39th Academy Awards (1967) Nominees and Winners". Retrieved April 5, 2014.

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