Isabel de Bohun Lockyer was one of the few artists outside the Grosvenor School to use linocut for colour printmaking in England during the 1920's. Printing in water-based inks, her linocuts have the appearance of colour woodcuts. She exhibited regularly with the Society of Painter-Gravers in Colour from 1925 to 1938 and showed her work alongside that of Claude Flight at his annual exhibitions during the 1930’s.
A number of Isabel de Bohun Lockyer's works depict views in Switzerland and Dalmatia. .