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Sybil Andrews

1898 - 1992

Christ Preaching from Peterís Ship by Sybil Andrews
 

Christ Preaching from Peterís Ship   1941

  Original linocut.
Signed, titled and numbered in pencil.
Ref: Coppel Linocuts of the Machine Age, p.187 (under the title Jesus Preaching from Peterís Ship).
S 178 x 160 mm; I 122 x 121 mm
SOLD
 
Original Sybil Andrews linocut.

Excellent impression with strong, even black inking. From the only edition of 25 signed and numbered proofs.

This scarce small work by Sybil Andrews is one of a number of religious subjects which the artist made throughout her career using the art of linocut established at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art. One of the pioneers of the linocut, Sybil Andrews had joined Iain Macnab in setting up the Grosvenor School in 1925 and it was here, together with Claude Flight and Cyril Power, that she explored and developed the striking new style of printing from linocuts. This particular linocut was designed by the artist for the Faithcraft Company of London.

On fine Mulberry-style tissue with margins as prepared by the artist. Very fine original condition.