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The Gallery is currently closed due to Level 3 London galerys. Swinging. restrictions. Check back here or see our social media channels for updates. This article first appeared in The Press on 12 January as 'A champion of the pioneering linocut'. Claude Flight taught at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art for four years fromand sparked a craze for the medium, assisted by Lino-Cuts, his modernist printmaking manifesto published in Both were daughters of wealthy Melbourne newspaper publishers, in a position to travel, and also greatly inspired — they left shortly afterwards to study with him in London.

In she held an exhibition of Australian linocut artists, some of whom had been his students. Spowers also showed her own work in London inin an exhibition of British linocuts at the Redfern Gallery, owned by Christchurch-born art dealer Rex Nan Kivell. Attending the Grosvenor School again inshe became a regular exhibitor over the next few years in Sydney, Melbourne and London.

Swings was shown in all three centres in Printed on fine, Japanese mulberry paper in four colours, and portraying a group of airborne children in late afternoon light, it is a classic example of the work for which Spowers became well-known, with groups of children formed into dynamic, rhythmic patterns. This is one of four treasured prints by Spowers given to the city in by Rex Nan Kivell ironically, examples of two of these have achieved colossal, record prices in auction sales in recent years.


Swings is currently showing in the exhibition Yellow Moon. Strong bands of yellow on the sides of the airborne children suggest late afternoon light, filling the picture with energy and warmth. Spowers was an Australian artist who became well- known for her linocut prints in Australia and England in the s.

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