Ursula Reindell (born 1946) is a German painter and sculptor. Born in Bad Kreuznach, she studied at the University of Mainz and at the Hochschule für Kunst und Werkerziehung und Fachschule für Gestaltung in Hamburg. From 1976, she divided her time between Germany and Asia - the diverse cultures and artistic traditions of the latter heavily influenced her work. During the late 1970s she created a series of graphics devoted to the female nude. Reindell’s bold depictions of voluptuous women appear as outlined figures without an internal structure dispensing with perspective depth.
Reindell has exhibited in Germany, Bulgaria, Taiwan, Syria, France, Finland, Italy, and the Philippines where her works were acquired by the Ayala Museum. In 2008, she was awarded the Culture Prize of the City of Bad Kreuznach. Reindell first visited Ceylon in 1977.