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In 1925, the Scottish wood engraver Iain Macnab founded the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London, which for a brief time before the Second World War became one of the most important centres for printmaking worldwide. This exhibition of around 120 works explores how artists such as Cyril Power and Sybil Andrews learned the art of linocut from their influential teacher at the Grosvenor, Claude Flight. Find out more from the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s website.
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Windmill (1933), Sybil Andrews. Photo Osborne Samuel, London; © The Estate of Sybil Andrews
Wet Afternoon (1929–30), Ethel Spowers. Photo Osborne Samuel, London; © The Estate of Ethel Spowers
Nymphs, Errant (1934), Leonard Beaumont. Photo: Museums Sheffield; © The Estate of Leonard Beaumont
Wimbledon (1933), Andrew Power. Photo: TfL from the London Transport Museum Collection; © The Estate of Cyril Power. All Rights Reserved, 2019/Bridgeman Images/© The Estate of Sybil Andrews
The Tube Station (c. 1932), Cyril Power. Photo: The Wolfsonian–Florida International University, Miami Beach, Florida; © The Estate of Cyril Power. All Rights Reserved, 2019/Bridgeman Images