Throughout John Seymour Lindsay's artistic life, he used colourwash and watercolour to express his feelings for buildings, objects and landscapes. At all times, including his life in the Front Line trenches in the Great War, he carried the tools of his trade - pencils, pen and ink, blocks of paper and his precious watercolours. This book gives a view of the variety of styles he employed.
Retired now, but worked in publishing for 30 years at Reader's Digest and Times Books. Call myself an Independent Publishing Professional interested in social history and our extensive family archives. Have co-published 3 books on Bedford and currently working on family projects on First World War and 20th century art of a grandfather. Lucky to live in a sub-tropical valley in southern Spain.read more
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