Iskandar Jalil (b. 5 January 1940, Singapore -) is a highly-regarded local ceramist who uses fine clay to develop bowls and pots into art works, integrating Japanese and Islamic styles. He was awarded two Colombo Plan scholarships, to study textiles in India (1962) and ceramic engineering in Japan (1972), which started him on the road to a highly successful career as a potter. In 1988 he was awarded the Cultural Medallion for Visual Arts.
This Resource Guide serves as a guide to help you locate resources on Iskandar Jalil available at the National Library (Lee Kong Chian Reference Library), Singapore Art Museum (SAM) or the private collection of the artist.