Ghosts. Mabel Royds, 1874–1941 British.
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Ghosts

c1922. Colour woodcut, faded signature in pencil in lower margin, 22.5 x 16cm. Minor rubbing to small margins.

Image depicts two young girls on a staircase by candlelight. Image held in the British Museum.

“At age fifteen, Mabel Royds was awarded a scholarship to attend the Royal Academy in London but instead decided on the Slade School, where she studied under the tutelage of Henry Tonks. Royds moved to Paris, where she trained with the painter and printmaker Walter Sickert. She went to Canada where she taught for several years at the Havergal College in Toronto. In 1911, Royds settled in Edinburgh where she taught at the Edinburgh College of Art, then under the directorship of Frank Morley Fletcher, under whose influence she took up making colour woodcuts. In 1913, she married the etcher Ernest Lumsden, who also taught at Edinburgh, and together they travelled through Europe, the Middle East and India. In 1921 Royds exhibited at the newly-formed Society of Graphic Art in London.” Ref: Wiki.

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Item #CL202-34

Price (AUD): $1,350.00  other currencies

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