Grosvenor School

Cyril Power (1872-1951) and Sybil Andrews (1898-1992) were leading members of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London in the 1920s and 1930s, under the inspirational leadership of Claude Flight. Flight's Grosvenor School artists were responsible for the remarkable rise of the colour linocut print during this period, and their significance as a major contribution to modern British art between the wars is yet to be fully and widely appreciated. Ratushniak was taught and mentored by Sybil Andrews; he exhibited with her both during and after her life time.

These cards are 140mm x 170mm, are printed on FSC certified felt board and the image area is embossed. They are packed with a buff coloured envelope in a biodegradable cello sleeve.

Trade customers: cards are packed and sold in 6s.

LS2031
Rumba Band I, 1935 by Lill Tschudi
ET2030
Bank Holiday, 1935 by Ethel Spowers
ET2018
Football, 1936 Linocut by Ethel Spowers
SA1861
Coffee Bar, 1952 by Sybil Andrews
CY1583
Folk Dance, c.1932 Linocut by Cyril E. Power (1874-1951)©Bridgeman Art Library
ET1582
School is Out, 1936 linocut by Ethel Spowers (1890-1947) ©Bridgeman Art Library
CY1507
The Concerto, 1935 Linocut by Cyril Power (1874-1951)©Bridgeman Art Library
WG1504
The King's Horses, 1931 Linout by William Greengrass (1896-1970)
SA1373
Swans Linocut by Sybil Andrews
SA1372
Sledgehammers Linocut by Sybil Andrews
SA1239
Speedway 1934 Linocut by Sybil Andrews
CY1238
The Sunshine Roof c 1934 Linocut by Cyril Power ©Bridgeman Art Library
SA1236
Water Jump 1931 Linocut by Sybil Andrews
SA1235
Wings 1979 Linocut by Sybil Andrews
CY1224
Whence & Whither 1939 Linocut by Cyril Power ©Bridgeman Art Library
CY1223
The Eight 1930 Linocut by Cyril Power©Bridgeman Art Library
CY1222
The Merry-Go-Round 1930 Linocut by Cyril Power ©Bridgeman Art Library
SA1221
Racing 1934 Linocut by Sybil Andrews
SA1220
Windmill ca. 1933 Linocut by Sybil Andrews