Seguin often treated trees not as separate units but as a group linked by sinuous lines. Here he used aquatint and drypoint to create the wash effect that fuses the foliage of the individual apple trees.
This densely patterned landscape is typical of Seguin’s approach to printmaking during the summer of 1893, when he and fellow artist Roderic O’Conor embarked upon a campaign to depict the landscape of Brittany through etchings.
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