Eric Slater produced more than 30 colour woodcut prints between 1926 and the outbreak of the Second World War. Many depict scenes on the Sussex coast near his home in Seaford, where he lived for most of his adult life. Slater was probably taught how to make woodcuts by a neighbour called Arthur Rigden Read (1879-1955) who had been to Japan to study oriental woodcut techniques used by European printmakers from the 1890s. The prints available here are high quality modern reproductions of some of his most popular original works. Giclee prints on archival paper in limited editions of 250 (framed prices shown).