C.A. Seward

1884 - 1939

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Images are:  Tod Lindenmuth “In the Weir,” 1916, color linocut (Steven Thomas, Inc.), “The Home Port”, c.1918, 4 color linocut (The Old Print Shop), and “Low Tide” c.1915, 3 color woodcut (Harris Schrank)


Provincetown





Seward - Tod Lindenmuth 1885 - 1976

Exhibition Programs

Seward Studio and the Wichita Art Association


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June 1922 letter from Lindenmuth to Seward regarding

Color Print Exhibition in Wichita. Seward assembled this exhibition in 1922 for the Wichita Art Association.

1927 letter from Lindenmuth to Seward in response to Seward’s invitation to participate in the 1st American Block Print exhibition which he was organizing. This exhibition continued in Wichita in various formats through 1990.

1934 letter regarding Seward’s invitation to Lindenmuth to join the Prairie Print Makers.

Artists letters include:

Seward Studio and Wichita Art Association Exhibitions & purchases as well as Prairie Print Maker correspondence


John Taylor Arms

June 1937

October 1937

October 1938


George Elbert Burr

25 April 1922


Gustave Baumann

26 April 1922


Bertha Jacques

June 1937

& news clipping ca 1921


Carl Oscar Borg

16 Nov 1926


B.J.O. Nordfeldt

December 1927

January 1929

August 1930


Maynard Dixon

2 Jan 1928

31 Oct 1934


Kenneth Adams

August 1929

December 1937


Frances Gearhart

abt 1930


Howell C. Brown

1930


Stow Wengenroth

1938


John Noble


Todd Lindenmuth

1922

1927

undated

1934 re: Prairie Print Makers


Herbert Pullinger

1927

1927








Artist Letters an IntroductionArts_Artist_lttrs.html