A linocut by Sybil Andrews titled Fall of the Leaf (1934) made £31,750 ($53,219) at Bonhams' sale of prints from the Grosvenor School on April 15 in London.
Andrews was involved in the founding of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art, which became known as a specialist centre for modernist printmakers.
The school's idiosyncratic style is characterised by unusual perspectives and swirling, kinetic figures.
Her auction record was set for Speedway (1934), which made $136,160 at Bonhams London in 2012. It also holds the record for the most valuable work ever sold by a Grosvenor School artist.
Ethel Spowers' Melbourne from the River also sold well, achieving £12,500 ($20,952).
Spowers studied at the Grosvenor School under founder Claude Flight - and while her works tend to be more traditional in terms of composition and execution than most of her fellow pupils, the majority display a clear influence from her time there.
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson's The Bayonets Have Won Through, a British first world war advertisement for the war savings committee, made £10,000 ($16,762).
In December last year a print by Nevinson titled Les Guerre des Trous set a new record for his work at auction when it sold for £136,400 ($180,332) at Dreweatts and Bloomsbury in London.
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