The Menagerie, n.d. Take a carriage ride propelled by a zebra through Rebecca Campbell’s Menagerie, and you’ll find a host of animals portrayed in a style reminiscent of Indian miniatures and medieval tapestries. Fauna of all sorts—lemur, African antelope, camel, moose, peacock, fox, elephant, flamingo, cow—are positioned between dainty, bright flowers in a fanciful display. Would that we could all get along so well!
- WARNING: Choking hazard—small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.
- Box size: 8.625 x 10.625 x 1.875 in.
- Puzzle size: 18 x 24 in.
About the ARTIST Rebecca Campbell. Born in England and raised in Ireland, Rebecca Campbell (b. 1965) grew up in the countryside, surrounded by animals and birds, gardens and literature, all of which she incorporates into boldly designed, highly imaginative artwork. She is known for her paintings and murals, as well as illustration and design work. Her pictorial language is influenced by her travels and her interests in medieval tapestries, Persian textiles, and Indian Mughul miniatures. In her fantastical scenes, you’ll often find peacocks, palm trees, and elephants (she is the in-house artist and ambassador for the charity Elephant Family). She lives and works in South London.
About the Company: Pomegranate Encountering art daily can improve your life. When you gather with family to piece together a puzzle, send a handwritten note to a friend because it was the perfect artwork for them, or sit and admire the stack of art books that turned your living room into a cozy gallery. When art is available you can revisit it any time; an at-home gallery is never closed.