Claude Flight (British, 1881-1955) Speed Linocut, 1922, printed in cobalt blue, yellow ochre, vermilion and Prussian blue, on buff oriental laid paper, signed and numbered 43/50 in pencil, Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson A.R.A. (British, 1889-1946) Bomber Lithograph, 1918, on laid Antique de luxe paper?, signed and dated in pencil, with wide margins, 429 x 265mm (17 x 10 1/2in)(SH) Sybil Andrews, CPE (British/Canadian, 1898-1993) Speedway Linocut, 1934, printed in raw sienna, venetian red, permanent blue, Chinese blue, on cream oriental laid, signed, dated and numbered 43/60 in pencil, 326 x 233mm (12 3/4 x 9 1/8in)(B) Ethel Spowers (Australian, 1890-1947) The Gust of Wind Linocut, 1930-31, printed in red, viridian, yellow ochre and cobalt blue, on buff oriental laid tissue, signed 'EL Spowers', dated 1931, titled and numbered 20/30 in pencil, 218 x 164mm (8 5/8 x 6 1/2in)(B)

"The work of The Grosvenor School artists has a very modern aesthetic which is one reason for their increasing popularity among collectors and the high prices they now command. This sale saw several new records for individual artists as well as the most expensive Avant-garde print ever sold."

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