Edward Seago, RWS, RBA (1910-1974)
Edward Seago is one of Britain's best known and most widely collected twentieth century artists.
Seago was born in Norwich in 1910, and died in London in 1974. He was largely self taught. He was given guidance by Sir Alfred Munnings and Betram Priestman but developed his skill and technique from studying the British masters such as Constable.
His exhibitions at Colnaghi's in 1945 and Marlborough Fine Art where huge successes.
Seago paintings are owned by members of The Royal Family. He was one of the official artists appointed to paint the Queen's Coronation and was invited by The Duke of Edinburgh on an expedition to Antarctica. Prince Philip and Seago painted alongside each other on the deck of the Royal Yacht Britannia and became close friends.
Links to Exhibitions, books and Biographies on Edward SeagoBritain’s forgotten Impressionist of the 20th century
Edward Seago Video
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Slide show of Edward Brian Seago paintings
Edward Seago Wikipedia
Similar painting of sky
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EDWARD SEAGO CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION - A Major Selling Show - Presented by the Taylor Gallery, London - 15th – 20th February 2010
Albany Fine Art Edward Seago Bio
Edward Seago Exhibition: Antarctic Paintings at Bonhams
Books on Edward Seago