Thomas Todd Baylock (1879 - 1929) trained at the Royal College of Art in London. He was an English painter and woodblock printer. Baylock's was an accomplished painter but had more commercial success with his woodblock prints many of whom were published in the 1920s. Blaylock is often under-rated as an artist due to his decorative bent particularly in his depictions of flowers. His prints regularly appear for sale and examples of his work are held in the V & A collection.This is an oil-colour proof of a vase of spring blooms mainly bluebells, printed on black silk. These are very much in the modern style of the 1920s with bold shapes and clean lines but has a fresh and contemporary feel.This framed print was donated to FARA Pimlico.