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Mabel Allington Royds
Mabel A. Royds Prickly Pear Woodblock print English 1930s Edwardian

c.1915-20

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To find more of these unusual woodblock prints by Royds scroll down to "More from this Seller" and below it click on "See all from this Seller." Mabel Alington Royds (1874-1941) Prickly Pears Signed in pencil c.1915-1920 (exhibited 1928) Woodblock Print 22 x 29cm Born in Bedfordshire, Mabel Royds was a painter, printmaker and illustrator. She studied under Henry Tonks at the Slade, after which she travelled to Paris - where she worked in the studio of Walter Sickert - and to Canada, before starting to teach at the Edinburgh College of Art in 1911. In 1914 she married the printmaker Ernest Lumsden, and over the next few years the pair travelled extensively in India and Tibet, which provided a wealth of inspiration for woodcuts such as this one. Royds' technique was unusual in that she painted the colour onto the woodblock with a brush, giving each print a unique character.

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