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Edward Bawden..  English  illustrator, developed the possibilities of lino printing.  Designed for books and magazines and the Festival of Britain
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Eric Gill  actually worked in wood cut, but his designs have a boldness that would work well in lino
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The Grosvenor Group.  A group of lino printers in the 1930s.  particularly Sibyl Andrews and Cyril Powers
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Felix Valloton. (Swiss) Part of the Parisian "Nabis" group.  Like Gill, a wood cutter but  his designs would work well in lino.  Great sense of composition
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Mauritz Escher.  Better known for his fantastic experiments in impossible perspective and  tesselation. He started off working in lino.
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actually a  litho print
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