SELL ALLEN SEABY [A.W.SEABY] PAINTINGS AND PRINTS IN 2019.
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Biography – Allen William Seaby [1867-1953]
Allen William Seaby was a painter and colour woodcut artist.
He studied art at Reading School of Art under Frank Morley Fletcher where he gained an interest in Japanese style woodblock print making. After teaching Fine Art for many years he became a Professor at the University of Reading in 1920.
During his career he illustrated many books including Ladybird books on British Birds. He also produced technical books about woodblock print making.
What did Allen Seaby paint?
He mainly illustrated birds and animals with some buildings and landscapes.
How did he sign his works?
Signs work in the block ‘AWS’ or /and ‘A.W.Seaby in very small pencil writing
Did Allen Seaby work in other media?
He painted in oil and watercolour including watercolour and body colour on linen.
Where did Allen Seaby Sell?
He sold direct, at art dealers and exhibitions. We have seen gallery labels and provenance from auction houses including Bonhams, Sothebys and Christies.
He exhibited at the, Beaux Arts Gallery, Fine Art Society, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, International Society, Walker Gallery Liverpool, Manchester City Art Gallery and the Royal Scottish Academy.
Some titles of woodblock prints by A.W.Seaby we are looking for.
A Goat and kids by a tree
Blackcock and Greyhen
Fox and Crow
Grouse in Flight
Kingfisher on a snow covered branch
New Forest Ponies
Red Grouse Calling
Swans in Flight