Seaby’s woodcut designs use subdued colours and are simple, with a loose, painterly feel. His bold but spare compositions allow for large areas of blended colour where the brushing of the pigment onto the block is clearly visible.

In the gallery below we look at examples showing how he worked and what he drew inspiration from. Click on the images to view them at a larger scale.

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