Many of those portraits were of important men. But he also painted women, some were commissioned work and others were for himself or for sale as something nice to hang on a wall.
A number of the latter two categories featured his longtime red-haired model Grace "Bobbi" Vernon (née Grace Heinzerling) who also modeled for Arthur Carles and eventually became Seyffer's second wife. She and other woman are featured in the images below. Warning: a few images might be in the unsafe-for-work viewing zone.
Another portrait of Moody -- it was used as cover art for the Saturday Evening Post magazine.
Now for three views of Bobbi.
Despite the dates shown -- from Web sources -- this and the painting above might have been made around the same time, given the similarity of poses.
This won the Temple Gold Medal at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1918.