Rebecca Campbell

“When I first saw Rebecca’s work, it reminded me of the primitive art of the early 19 th Century – her paintings are not primitive but they are simplicity of design. They also bring to mind the aerial views of houses and gardens painted in the 17 th century by Dutch artists. She has traditional influences but her execution is modern. Her distinctive style and English quirkiness echoes the work of 20 th- century artists Rex Whistler and Oliver Messel. Her paintings are highly decorative and beautifully composed – really, they’re murals in a small format. Her technique is very accomplished and her paintings are full of subtleties that make you look twice. They are very well priced too but, most importantly they make me smile.” Dendy Easton, Sotherbys.

Woodpecker’s Paradise
The Explorer