Alice Gwendoline Rhona Haszard (1901–1931) was a New Zealand artist. She was born in Thames, New Zealand, one of five children of a devoted mother, Alice (née Wily), and Henry Douglas Morpeth Haszard, a surveyor, who worked for the Lands and Survey Department, later becoming a Commissioner of Crown Lands in 1910. As a result of her father's job the family moved often and lived in Auckland, Christchurch, Hokitika and Invercargill. At the age of 18, she enrolled at the Canterbury College School of Art (now the School of Fine Arts, Canterbury University), joining a set of women artists including Ngaio Marsh, Evelyn Page (née Polson), Rata Lovell-Smith (née Bird) and Olivia Spencer Bower. She was taught amongst others by Archibald Nicoll, the newly appointed head of the school.