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Claude Flight (1881-1955) VIEW BIOGRAPHY CLOSE BIOGRAPHY

Linocut and woodcut artist; painter of figures, landscapes and townscapes in oils and watercolours; interior designer and illustrator. He studied at Heatherley’s 1913-14 and from 1918 and exhibited at the RA in 1921, in Paris in 1922 and in London at the RBA from 1923 (ARBA 1923, RBA 1925), regularly at the Redfern Gallery and abroad. A member of the Seven and Five society in 1923, and of the Grubb Group in 1928, his work is represented in collections including the V&A.

Flight collaborated with Edith Lawrence, taught at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art and wrote about and organized exhibitions on linocuts. Flight taught linocutting at the Grosvenor School from 1926 and his pupils included varios now famous print artists including Lill Tschudi, Cyril Power and Sybil A...

Paris Omnibus - Claude Flight

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