The Priseman Seabrook Collections were established by British artist Robert Priseman and Ally Seabrook in 2014. The collections are formed into three categories – 21st Century British Painting, British Prints, Drawings and Photographs and Contemporary Chinese Works on Paper.


Each collection seeks to explore, promote and question the relevance of painting and the hand-made work of art in the digital age through loans, exhibitions, talks and writing. They have grown through direct working and personal relationships with many of the artists represented and been enabled by painting swaps, donations and occasional purchases. We especially welcome loan requests from galleries and museums.


Art Unlocked is an online talk series by Art UK in collaboration with Bloomberg Philanthropies. This Curation is based on a talk by Robert Priseman, artist and writer, on 21st June 2023. You can watch a recording of the talk on Art UK's YouTube channel.

6 artworks
Judith
© the artist. Image credit: The Priseman Seabrook Collections

Judith 2008

Wendy Elia

Oil on linen

H 166 x W 91 cm

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The Golden Mile
© Tracey Emin. All rights reserved, DACS 2023. Image credit: The Priseman Seabrook Collections

The Golden Mile 2012

Tracey Emin (b.1963)

Etching on 350gsm Hahnemule paper

H 42.5 x W 50 cm

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Rock and Roll
© the artist. Image credit: The Priseman Seabrook Collections

Rock and Roll 2015

Nathan Eastwood (b.1972)

Enamel on board

H 53 x W 64 cm

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Saint Peter’s Gate
© the artist. Image credit: The Priseman Seabrook Collections

Saint Peter’s Gate 2018–2019

anonymous artist (active since 2018)

Oil on panel

H 30.5 x W 40.5 cm

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Serso
© the artist. Image credit: The Priseman Seabrook Collections

Serso 2015

Julian Brown (b.1974)

Acrylic on canvas

H 60 x W 50 cm

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Christine Keeler with Her Cat
© Fionn Wilson & Mirrorpix, Allan Olley (work based on an original photograph). Image credit: The Priseman Seabrook Collections

Christine Keeler with Her Cat 2017

Fionn Wilson (b.1972)

Acrylic on canvas

H 76 x W 62 cm

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