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Eleanor Crook


  • Eleanor Crook has been teaching the Anatomy for Artists course at the Royal College of Art for the last four years.

  • Biography

  • After taking a degree in Classics from Magdalen College Oxford, Eleanor Crook studied Sculpture at Central St Martins and the Royal Academy Schools in London.

    Anatomical study is central to Eleanor’s work; she makes wax and wood sculpture in, and for, the Gordon Museum of Pathology (Guy's & St Thomas's Hospital, London), the Hunterian Museum (Royal College of Surgeons of England, London) and has undertaken projects with the British and the European Medical Artists' Associations. 

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