Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946) Le Louvre Etching, on partially watermarked J. Whatman wove, signed in pencil, from an edition not exceeding 75, with margins, 276 x 175mm (10 7/8 x 6 7/8in)(PL)
Sybil Andrews CPE (British/Canadian, 1898-1992) Sledgehammers Linocut printed in spectrum red, viridian and Chinese blue, 1933, an early richly inked impression, on oriental laid tissue, signed, titled and numbered 12/60 in pencil, with margins, 202 x 228mm (8 x 9in) (B)
Eric Henri Kennington (British, 1888-1960) Making Soldiers The complete set, 1917, comprising six lithographs including 'The Gas Mask', 'Bayonet Practice', 'Into the Trenches', 'Over the Top', 'Bringing in Prisoners', 'Ready for Service', on watermarked Holbein wove, from the edition of 200, printed by Ernest Jackson, published by the Stationary Office as part of the series 'The Great War: Britain's Efforts and Ideals', with margins, each 312 x 405mm (12 1/4 x 16in)(SH) 6
Cyril Edward Power (British, 1872-1951) Moorings Monotype printed in colours, on partially watermarked J. Whatman wove, signed, inscribed 'pinx. et imp.', titled and numbered 'No.1' in pencil, with margins, 225 x 300mm (8 7/8 x 11 3/4in)(PL) unframed
Cyril Edward Power (British, 1872-1951) The Tube Station The unique linocut printed in yellow ochre, permanent blue and Chinese blue, with a faint application of red, circa 1932, on buff oriental laid tissue, signed, titled, and inscribed 'Experimental Print. Only Copy.' in pencil, additionally annotated with printing instructions in lower margin, before the published editions of 60 and the addition of the viridian and spectrum red blocks, with margins, 258 x 295mm (10 x 11 5/8in)(B) unframed
Cyril Edward Power (British, 1872-1951) Acrobats The rare linocut printed in cobalt blue and orange, circa 1933, on buff oriental laid tissue, signed in pencil, an experimental proof in a unique colour combination, before the lines indicating air flow beneath the suspended figures at right and upper left were removed, before the published edition of 60 in spectrum red, raw sienna and viridian, with margins, 254 x 232mm (10 x 9 1/8in)(B) unframed
Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) The Tide, Dymchurch Lithograph, on yellow wove, 1920, an unsigned impression with the stamp of authentication from the Paul Nash Trust, aside from the signed edition of 30, with wide margins, 314 x 423mm (12 3/8 x 16 5/8in)(I) unframed
Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) The Strange Coast Lithograph, 1920, on yellow wove, signed, titled and dated in pencil, from the edition of 30 (one of 15 impressions on this paper), with margins, 315 x 407mm (12 3/8 x 16in)(I) unframed
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946) Sunday Evening Etching with aquatint, circa 1924-27, on watermarked F. J. Head & Co. hand-made laid, signed in pencil, from the edition of 75, with full margins, 252 x 350mm (10 x 14in)(PL)
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946) Acetylene Welder Lithograph, 1917, a good impression, on wove, signed, dated and numbered 55 in pencil, from the edition of 200, as included in 'Building the Aircraft', printed by Ernest Jackson, published by the Stationary Office as part of the series 'The Great War: Britain's Efforts and Ideals', with margins, 402 x 299mm (15 7/8 x 11 3/4in)(I)next page
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