Lionel Lindsay

Lionel Lindsay

  • Biography

    Lionel Lindsay, born at Creswick, Victoria into an educated and artistic family, studied at The National Gallery School in Melbourne. After travelling to Spain and England, Lindsay resettled in Sydney as a freelance artist and journalist. By 1921 he was making wood engravings, and in 1922, and 1924, he published books of woodcut prints. In 1926 the artist returned to Europe to focus on making etchings, and in 1927 exhibited at the London print dealers P. & D. Colnaghi & Co (est. 1760), the oldest commercial gallery in the world.

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Lionel Lindsay

Ex Libris Blanche Milligan
13 x 8.5cm etching

Lionel Lindsay

Margeret Reynolds
12.9 x 8.8cm etching

Lionel Lindsay

Keith Wingrove
9.4 x 6.8cm woodcut

Lionel Lindsay

John Bryant
7.7 x 6cm wood engraving

Lionel Lindsay

Camden Morrisby
8.7 x 7.9cm woodcut

Lionel Lindsay

Harry Chaplin
9 x 6cm reproduction

Lionel Lindsay

R.H. Croll
9.4 x 5.9cm etching

Lionel Lindsay

Harry Chaplin
16.1 x 10.7cm etching

Lionel Lindsay

Julian Ormond Smith
12.2 x 8.8cm etching

Lionel Lindsay

Will Ashton
11.2 x 8.8cm woodcut