British painter, draughtswoman, and printmaker Jane Joseph was born in 1942 in Surrey, England and currently lives and works in West London. She studied Fine Art at Camberwell School of Art (1961– 65), then won the Leverhulme Travelling Award, which she used to travel in continental Europe (1965–66); much later, she worked in the Graphic Workshop in Pecs, Hungary, in 1989. Joseph has twice received the British School at Rome’s Abbey Award in Painting, in 1991 and 1995, respectively, and was commissioned in 1999 by the Folio Society to produce etchings to accompany Primo Levi’s ‘If This is a Man’, followed by ‘The Truce’ in 2001. She has had more than 20 solo exhibitions at venues including Morley Gallery, London (1973, 1995, 1997), Flowers East (1982, 1992, 1994), the Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, New York (1999), The Stanley Picker Gallery, University of Kingston (1999), The London Jewish Cultural Centre (2014), Southampton City Art Gallery (2016), and the School of Art Gallery, Aberystwyth (2018). She has also participated in many group exhibitions including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (most years between 1978 and 2008) and for many years taught at Wimbledon School of Art and Morley College, London. Her work is in UK public collections including the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; the British Library; the Fitzwilliam Museum; the Government Art Collection; Southampton City Art Gallery; the Victoria and Albert Museum; and the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester; as well as the Hebrew Union College, New York, the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT; and the Douro Museum, Portugal.