Biography

1898 Born in Bury St Edmunds
1922 Studied at Heatherley's School of Fine Art
1925 Went to work as a secretary at the Grosvenor School
1929 Showed at Claude Flight's 'First Exhibition of British Lino-Cuts'
1938 Ended her romantic and artistic partnership with Claude Flight
1943 Married Walter Morgan
1947 Moved to Canada
1951 Elected to the Society of Canadian Painters
1985 Published 'Artist's Kitchen'
1992 Died

Selected Exhibitions

1921 Crescent House, Bury St Edmunds (with Cyril Power)
1929 Redfern Gallery, London 'First Exhibition of British Lino-Cuts'
1930 Redfern Gallery, London 'British Linocuts'
1931 Redfern Gallery, London 'British Lino-Cuts 1931'
Shanghai Art Club, Shanghai 'Exhibition of British Linocuts'
Los Angeles Museum, Los Angeles 'The Twelfth International Print Makers Exhibition under the Auspices of the Print Makers Society of California'
1932 Redfern Gallery, London 'Modern Colour Prints'
Collins House, Melbourne (Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria) 'Modern Colour Prints and Wood Engravings from the Redfern Gallery, Old Bond Street, London'
Everyman's Lending Library, Melbourne 'Exhibition of Linocuts'
1933 Redfern Gallery, London 'Colour Prints and Contemporary Oils'
Redfern Gallery, London 'Sybil Andrews and Cyril E. Power'
1934 Los Angeles Museum, Los Angeles 'The Fifteenth International Print Makers Exhibition under the Auspices of the Print Makers Society of California'
Redfern Gallery, London 'Colour Prints. Also Paintings by R. O. Dunlop, Basil Jonzen, Richard Eurich'
1934-35 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 'The Sixtieth Autumn Exhibition'
1935 Redfern Gallery, London 'Colour Prints - Monotypes and Carvings by Elizabeth Spurr'
Los Angeles Museum, Los Angeles 'The Sixteenth International Print Makers Exhibition under the Auspices of the Print Makers Society of California'
1935-36 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa 'Exhibition of Modern Colour Prints'
1936 Redfern Gallery, London 'Colour Prints'
1937 Baillieu Allard's Gallery, Melbourne 'Exhibition of Lino Cuts from the Redfern Gallery, London'
1938 Los Angeles Museum, Los Angeles 'The Nineteenth International Print Makers Exhibition under the Auspices of the Print Makers Society of California'
1939 Redfern Gallery, London 'French and English Colour Prints'
1945 Gainsborough Galleries, Johannesburg
2008 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, ‘Machine Age: Rhythms of Modern Life 1914-1939’

Selected Publications

White, P., 'Sybil Andrews: Colour linocuts - Linogravures en Couleur', Glenbow Museum, 1982
'British colour linocuts of the 1920s & 1930s by Sybil Andrews, Claude Flight, Cyril E. Power and the artists of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art', London: Redfern Gallery, 1985 (ex. cat.)
Reeve, C., 'Something to Splash About; Sybil Andrews in Suffolk', Bury St Edmunds: St Edmundsbury Museums, 1991
Coppel, S., 'Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School', Farnham: Ashgate Pub Co., 1995
Ackley, C. S. (ed), 'British Prints from the Machine Age: Rhythms of Modern Life 1914-1939', London: Thames and Hudson, 2008
Leaper, H., 'Sybil Andrews Linocuts', London: Lund Humphries, 2015

Selected Collections

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Art institute of Chicago, Chicago
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland
BNY Mellon Collection, USA
British Museum, London
Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, University of California, Los Angeles
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, San Francisco
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, Glasgow
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Mitchell Wolfson Jr Collection, The Wolfsonian Foundation, Miami Beach, Florida and Genoa, Italy
Moyse's Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand
National Art Gallery, Wellington
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
New York Public Library, New York
V&A Museum, London
Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut