Charlotte Hobson

Bright, beautiful and deceptively simple: the art of the linocut

Jenny Uglow celebrates the dynamic images of everyday life produced by Cyril Power and Sybil Andrews in the interwar years

‘The Eight’ by Cyril Power (1930). Credit: Bridgeman Images

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