Linocut printed in cobalt blue, yellow ochre, vermillion and Prussian blue on buff oriental paper with full margins 1922.
From an Edition of 50, plus a further US Edition of 50, Signed in pencil Upper Left
One of the most iconic prints of the early/mid 20th Century, this work was used as the frontispiece to Flights first lino-cut textbook and is one of the best-known of all the Grosvenor School prints. The print is made on the reverse of the translucent paper. Other impressions of this print are in the V&A, the London Transport Museum, The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and the National Gallery.