Bowler-hatted workers head for home as top-hatted toffs come into town in The Rush Hour, Leonard Beaumont’s 1933 lino cut.
Paul Catherall, he of #LondonIsOpen poster fame, has a show coming up at the For Arts Sake gallery from 28th April. A new lino cut of the Hoover Building, above, will be among the c.50 works on display. More info here.
Claude Flight’s brilliant lino cut Street Lamp, fizzes with energy. It was knocked down at auction for £1,200 last week.
This fine Edward Bawden linocut of St Paul’s is up for auction soon. http://bit.ly/2n9HZDn
Hyde Park, a linocut from 1931 by Sybil Andrews.
Edward Bawden’s Liverpool Street Station is up for auction next week. It’s from 1960, before stations became shopping centres, and captures Liverpool Street in all its gloom and grandeur. The estimate is an alarming £10,000-15,000.