Various Artists Three Volumes 'Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School' by Stephen Coppel, a catalogue raisonné published in 1995 by Scolar Press, with the original dustcover; 'The Art of Lino Cutting and Printing' by Claude Flight, published in 1934 by  Batsford; 'Linocuts, Cyril Edward Power 1872-1951, Catalogue X', an exhibition catalogue published in 1989 by the Redfern Gallery 3
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Various Artists Three Volumes 'Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School' by Stephen Coppel, a catalogue raisonné published in 1995 by Scolar Press, with the original dustcover; 'The Art of Lino Cutting and Printing' by Claude Flight, published in 1934 by Batsford; 'Linocuts, Cyril Edward Power 1872-1951, Catalogue X', an exhibition catalogue published in 1989 by the Redfern Gallery 3
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Various Artists
Three Volumes
'Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School' by Stephen Coppel, a catalogue raisonné published in 1995 by Scolar Press, with the original dustcover; 'The Art of Lino Cutting and Printing' by Claude Flight, published in 1934 by Batsford; 'Linocuts, Cyril Edward Power 1872-1951, Catalogue X', an exhibition catalogue published in 1989 by the Redfern Gallery (3)
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