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  • Artist - Sybil Andrews - Biography
    Sybil Andrews (1898-1992) was an English artist who later settled in Canada. A central figure at Claude Flight's Grosvenor School of Art, she is best known for her stylized linocuts portraying daily life, in part influenced by Vorticists like Wyndham Lewis. Andrews began her artistic career as a welder's apprentice, constructing airplanes during WWI. After the war, she taught at the Portland House School, and it was here she met the artist Cyril Power. Power became a major influence and longtime collaborator, joining her when the pair moved to the Grosvenor School. In 1947 she moved to British Columbia, where she lived and exhibited for the rest of her life.
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