The Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition, 1978 (no.1427).Karin Jonzen studied at the Slade School in 1933, winning the Slade Diploma and Scholarship in 1937. She subsequently studied at the Royal Academy in Stockholm (1939). She was awarded the Prix de Rome in the same year, with further awards including: Fedors Gleichen Award (1948) and the Leverhulme Research Award (1963). Her work is in many permanent collections including in Brighton, Bradford, Glasgow, Southend and internationally in Melbourne and the USA. Works by Jonzen have been commissioned for the Arts Council, the Festival of Britain (1951), Selwyn College Chapel, Cambridge and Guildford Cathedral, amongst many others.