London Original Print Fair Online : Royal Academy 2020

30 April – 31 May 2020

We have selected 30 prints that represents the core of our print dealing activities. These include some colour linocuts by the artists of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London’s Pimlico district that flourished during the 1930s. Last summer the Dulwich Picture Gallery in south London presented Cutting Edge – Modernist British Printmaking, devoted to the artists of the Grosvenor School with works by Claude Flight, Sybil Andrews, Cyril Power, Lill Tschudi and their Australian contemporaries Dorrit Black, Eveline Syme and Ethel Spowers. It was a resounding success with a record 90,000 visitors during the summer.

We include also Modern British prints by Edward Bawden, CRW Nevinson, John Piper, William Scott, Keith Vaughan and Edward Wadsworth. In the contemporary field are the monumental Sleeper etchings by William Kentridge, Grayson Perry’s series of Six Snapshots of Julie, a series of woodcuts with lithographic underlay, etchings by Lucian Freud and a screen-print by Bridget Riley.

In Full Cry

Sybil Andrews: In Full Cry, 1931

Bringing in the Boat

Sybil Andrews: Bringing in the Boat, 1933

Cattle Market, Braintree

Edward Bawden: Cattle Market, Braintree, 1937

Paris Omnibus

Claude Flight: Paris Omnibus, 1923


Lucian Freud: Bella, 1987

Sleeper Black

William Kentridge: Sleeper Black, 1997

Sleeper – Red

William Kentridge: Sleeper – Red, 1997

Sleeper I

William Kentridge: Sleeper I, 1997

The Cricket Match

Edith Lawrence: The Cricket Match, c.1929

Standing Figures

Henry Moore: Standing Figures, 1950

Six Snapshots of Julie

Grayson Perry: Six Snapshots of Julie, 2015

Animal Spirit (blue)

Grayson Perry: Animal Spirit (blue), 2016

The Merry-Go-Round

Cyril Edward Power: The Merry-Go-Round, c.1930

Bagatelle 1

Bridget Riley: Bagatelle 1, 2015


William Scott: Mingulay, 1962

Sailors’ Holiday

Lill Tschudi: Sailors’ Holiday, 1932


Lill Tschudi: Guards, 1936

Festival Dancers

Keith Vaughan: Festival Dancers, 1951

Black Country

Edward Wadsworth: Black Country, 1919