Dockside Terraces, (1954) by Arthur Homeshaw

Dockside Terraces, (1954) by Arthur Homeshaw

Old Town, 1950 Woodcut by Clifford Webb

Old Town, 1950 Woodcut by Clifford Webb

Concerto, 1935 Linocut by Cyril Power (1874-1951)

Cyril E. Power (1872-1951) was a leading member of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London in the 1920s and 1930s, under the inspirational leadership of Claude Flight. Flight’s Grosvenor School artists were responsible for the remarkable rise of the colour linocut print during this period, and their significance as a major contribution to modern British art between the wars is yet to be fully and widely appreciated.
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Blank (no message) cards size 14cm x 17cm single card supplied individually wrapped with light brown envelope.

· Printed in England either on recycled board or on FSC approved materials envelopes are made from 100% recycled materials and all cello packaging is made from corn starch and is biodegradable.

· Publisher: Art Angels