Edward Seago

Edward Seago (1910-1974) was a British painter who specialised in views of the East Anglian landscape, both in oil and watercolour. A favourite of the Royal Family, Seago travelled widely and also helped develop camouflage techniques during the Second World War. 

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Seago sea scene offered in latest Portland Gallery showcase

25 January 2020

Low Water on the Orwell by Edward Seago (1910-74) is among the highlights at the Portland Gallery’s exhibition on the British painter.


Serene Seago Thames scene is a Suffolk star

01 July 2019

An Edward Seago painting, The Thames at Henley, is among the highlights at the annual summer sale held at Thomson’s Gallery in Aldeburgh.


Seago in kitchen cupboard gets clean away

04 June 2018

Of all the things you might expect to find in a kitchen cupboard, an original oil by Edward Seago (1910-74) is probably not one of them.

Richard Green in his Bond Street premises

Climbing the ladder is harder than ever, says Richard Green

25 April 2016

Dealers starting out today will struggle to replicate the success of established Old Master dealers, according to Richard Green.


Seago collection goes under starters orders at Sotheby’s

25 October 2012

Ever popular in the saleroom, the artist Edward Seago (1910-1974) has a following at auction that few 20th century British painters can match.


Seago centenary fest for London

25 January 2010

THE work of Edward Seago (1910-1974) has always been popular. Even during his own lifetime, Colnaghi’s annual exhibitions of his paintings between 1946 and 1966 on Old Bond Street drew such fierce competition that buyers, some of whom had queued overnight, were restricted to one picture each.