GRACE E. ROGERS (British / active 1922-1940)

The wood engraver Grace E. Rogers was active throughout the 1920s and 30s. She contributed engravings to a number of avant-garde artistic and literary journals of the day, including the New York quarterly Two Worlds, Leon Underwood and Josef Bard's The Island, The Woodcut, and most notably Austin Osman Spare's The Golden Hind. Grace Rogers was a close friend of Austin Osman Spare, and greatly influenced by him. Spare designed a bookplate for Rogers around 1923, and she worked with him producing The Golden Hind, 1922-1924.

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Selected prints by GRACE E. ROGERS

The Song of Life, 1929
Wood engraving

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