C.A. Seward

(1884-1939)     C.A. Seward is known as an artist, art educator and author of books on printmaking. Spending most of his years in Wichita, Seward was devoted to promoting the arts in Kansas.  He gives credit to Birger Sandzen, whom he took classes with, as being a major influence in his pursuit of Lithography.  The primary focus of his prints, were that of landscapes and towns. Seward was a founding member of both the Wichita Art Association, Wichita Art Museum, and the Wichita Artists’ Guild and then by 1932 as the Director and later, President of the Kansas Federation of the Arts. Seward was a member of Wichita Art Association; Wichita Artists Guild; California Printmakers; Prairie Print Makers (Charter Member); Kansas State Federation of Art.

Early Visitors

The Little Chapel

Twilight

Peppers and Squash

Three Old Pines

Poplars and Adobe

Poplars at Santa Fe

On the Road to Pueblo

A Glimpse of the Smoky Hills - SOLD

Bruce Moore

Memories of San Ildefonso - SOLD

Scrub Oak

Old Pinon Trees

Lone Goose

Untitled (Lone Pine and Boulders) - price reduced

Untitled (Snowbirds) - price reduced

Old Pinon Trees - price reduced

Lone Goose

Mexican Dooryard

Pueblo Corner

Autumn Gold - SOLD

Scrub Oak

On the Road to the Pueblo

A New Mexican Well

Eck Valley Farm - SOLD

Land of Mystery - SOLD

Threshing Beans