Rebecca Jewell is currently artist-in-residence at the British Museum. She is also a visiting tutor at the Royal College of Art, the institution from which she gained a PhD in Natural History Illustration. Her interest in feather artefacts (see images) stems from a year spent living in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea (in 1982), and subsequent studies in social anthropology at Cambridge University. She is represented by the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery in London, whose founder, Rebecca Hossack, says: “I find her to have a remarkably intelligent and scholarly approach to printmaking. Her work has ...


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