A carved mandrake root and a miniature coffin.
A postcard of one of the Museum’s best-loved artefacts – the Hare Woman statue made by Lionel Miskin.
The photograph was taken by Carol Keith during one of the Museum’s candlelit evenings.
Lionel Miskin made the Hare Woman in the 1960s, while he was teaching at Falmouth School of Art. From the Bunny Girl to shape-shifting witches, animal totems and underworld “spirit guides”, she contains numerous references to the enduring power and symbolism of the hare.
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