Item iw-glen-802 - Sybil Andrews' notebook: Print Book 2

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Sybil Andrews' notebook: Print Book 2

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GLEN glen-2501-iw-glen-802

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  • 1934-1939 (Creation)
    Andrews, Sybil

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1 volume (53 p.)

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Andrews, Sybil

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Sybil Andrews, 1898-1992, was born in Bury St. Edmunds, England. She began studies at Heatherley's School of Fine Art in London in 1922, and later studied printmaking under Claude Flight at the Grosvenor School of Fine Art. She was accomplished in several artistic media, but was most noted for her linocuts. In 1943 she married Walter Morgan, 1894-1986, a boatbuilder and woodworker. In 1947 they emigrated to Campbell River, British Columbia. Sybil taught art classes in Campbell River, and wrote a book, Artist's Kitchen. She also taught recorder lessons. The catalogue of her 1982 exhibit at the Glenbow Museum was published as Sybil Andrews, Colour Linocuts. The Glenbow also published a video production in 1992, Sybil Andrews and the Art of the Linocut. Sybil Andrews died in Victoria, British Columbia.

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  • General note: Consists of a notebook kept by Sybil Andrews, an artist from Campbell River, British Columbia who was well-known for her linocuts.

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