Mabel Royds Art Prints & Framed Posters

Biography

At the age of fifteen Royds won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy in London. However, she had her heart set on studying at the Slade School. After her time at the Slade, Royds moved to Paris and worked with the English painter, Walter Sickert, before travelling to Canada and teaching in Toronto. In 1911 she returned to the UK and began teaching at Edinburgh College of Art, working alongside S. J. Peploe. Royds is best known for her colourful woodcuts of flowers, along with Biblical and Indian scenes. Her technique was indebted to Japanese woodcuts.

Choir Boys Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

Choir Boys

Mabel Royds
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Dead Tulips Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

Dead Tulips

Mabel Royds
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Water Lilies Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

Water Lilies

Mabel Royds
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Tiger Lilies Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

Tiger Lilies

Mabel Royds
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Artichoke Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

Artichoke

Mabel Royds
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Honeysuckle Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

Honeysuckle

Mabel Royds
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The Waterfall Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

The Waterfall

Mabel Royds
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White Lilies Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

White Lilies

Mabel Royds
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Magnolia Fine Art Print by Mabel Royds

Magnolia

Mabel Royds
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