School is out by Ethel Spowers, 1936

Ethel Spowers ~ School is Out, 1936 (linocut)

Ethel Spowers (Australia 1890–1947), Special edition, 1936.

Ethel Spowers / Special Edition / 1936 / colour linocut on thin ivory laid tissue

Ethel Spowers ~ The Giant Stride, 1933

Six Rare Ethel Spowers Prints Head to Auction in London

Ethel Spowers

Prints & Graphics - Ethel Louise Spowers - Page 3 - Australian Art Auction Records

Ethel Spowers The Joke 1932 http://www.pinterest.com/tworoadsbooks/prints-graphics/

Ethel Spowers (Australian, The Joke.The rare linocut printed in yellow ochre, red, brown and cobalt blue,

Ethel Spowers - Auckland Art Gallery

The Lonely Farm, Linocut - Ethel Spowers - Wikipedia

ETHEL SPOWERS Painting The Skaters, 1931

'The Skaters' by Ethel Spowers, 1931

Ethel Spowers. The Picnic

“Australian painter and printmaker Ethel Spowers 'The picnic'”

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Nevinson, Nerves of an Army, drypoint, 1918

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No, the artist is Sybil Andrews.


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Ethel Spowers, Princes Bridge c.1927   relief linocut, printed in colour, from five blocks

Princes Bridge relief linocut, printed in colour, from five blocks by Ethel Spowers

"Ethel Spowers (11 July 1890 – 5 May 1947) born in Fitzroy, Melbourne was an Australian artist associated with the Grosvenor School of Modern Art." - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethel_Spowers  Whilst of Australian decent, her art takes on minor japanese influences subtly alluding to the work of Kitagawa Utamaro. Kitagawa Utamaro is also a major source of inspiration for Cressida Campbell

The Plough 1928 A relief linocut, printed in colour, from three blocks (light green, mauve, cobalt blue)

Wet afternoon, (1929-1930) by Ethel Spowers (Australia) linocut, printed from four blocks on thin ivory laid tissue

Ethel Spowers (Australia 1890 – - Wet afternoon, - Linocut, printed from four blocks on thin ivory laid tissue

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No, the artist is Sybil Andrews.

A print of a sea of umbrellas in the rain has surprised Christie’s experts, who had estimated it would fetch between £3,000 and £5,000, by selling for £51,650 to an American collector. The print, titled Wet Afternoon (pictured), is by Ethel Spowers, an Australian artist who came to London to study in the 1920s, and found her feet making lino-cut prints at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art. By the late 1930s she had ceased to work because of ill health.

Little-known 1920s artwork surprises Christie's experts

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“Australian painter and printmaker Ethel Spowers 'The picnic'”

Ethel Spowers "Kites" 1936 | Deutscher and Hackett

Kites by Ethel Spowers - 1936

Spowers, Ethel , Swings, Prints by Bookroom Art Press

✍ I'm down on my daydream - Ethel Spowers Swings, 1932

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"The works, Yallourn" by Ethel L. Spowers (seven block linocut,

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