GAREN EWING
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Deaf Londoners in the 1660s title

created and produced by The Museum of London & University of Leicester illustrated by Garen Ewing written and researched by Dr. Kate Loveman art directors James Harrod and Dr. Kate Loveman

I was the artist for a 7-page comic developed by The Museum of London and Dr. Kate Loveman at the University of Leicester as part of the wider Reimagining the Restoration project.

Deaf Londoners in the 1660s page 1
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Deaf Londoners in the 1660s page 7
Deaf Londoners in the 1660s page 7
Deaf Londoners in the 1660s page 7
Deaf Londoners in the 1660s page 7

the Deaf Boy running

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