Rebecca Salter

born 1955

Rebecca Salter, ‘Four Lines I’ 1994
Four Lines I 1994
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Rebecca Salter RA (b. 1955), is a British abstract artist who lives and works in London. Previously a ceramicist, she is best known as painter and printmaker. Salter specialises in woodblock printing, combining Western and Eastern traditions. She wrote two reputable books on Japanese wood blocks: Japanese Woodblock (2001) and Japanese Popular Prints: From Votive Slips to Playing Cards (2006). She currently acts as Keeper of the Schools of the Royal Academy of Arts in London - one of the four officers governing the RA.

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