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Ruth Palmer

Traditional painterly illustrator. UK

Ruth Palmer

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Ruth Palmer
Ruth Palmer lived and worked in London for many years, feeding imagery to the voracious packaging design, advertising and publishing industries. Today she lives and works from her home in the beautiful Devon countryside.
During her down time she enjoys Masterchef, gardening and growing her own vegetables.

Her creative influences are diverse but she particularly loves the late-Victorian artists; James Guthrie, John Lavery, EA Walton, Stanhope Forbes, Ken Howard and Elizabeth Forbes. She most admires representational paintings that capture light and atmosphere.
Of present day illustrators she likes the work of children’s illustrator Stacey Schuett with her fabulous sense of light and colour.
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Telegraph magazine
Quercus books
Sky UK Ltd
NFU Countryside
Jersey Post
Marks and Spencer
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