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hamertheframer Jun 20
Landscape of the Summer Solstice
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Inexpensive Progress Aug 10
Paul Nash - A Drawing/Paul Nash/Iver Heath/Bucks, 1913
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hamertheframer 14 Jul 18
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Paul Nash Clumps Mar 20
Spring is here! The Wittenham Clumps in Paul Nash's 'Landscape of the Vernal Equinox', 1943.
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Alexandra Epps Jan 26
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Inexpensive Progress Aug 14
Paul Nash - Edge of the Wood, 1921
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Librariansrule 1 Aug 18
Eclipse of the Sunflower 1945
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Alexandra Epps 11 May 18
There are places, just as there are people and objects... whose relationships of parts creates a mystery born 1889
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Paul Nash Clumps Jun 20
The longest day of the year... Paul Nash's 'Landscape of the Summer Solstice', 1943.
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N W T Jul 14
Guess where I am. Look at my happy little face 😀
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hamertheframer 6 Apr 18
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Gemma 18 Oct 17
Hump day 'They were the pyramids of my small world'
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Johnny Verlaine 15 Nov 17
'Winter Sea' 1925 - 37 incoming tide, Whitby
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Helen Shiner 12 Nov 17
, Wire, 1918 @ Imperial War Museum, London
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Alexandra Epps Jun 2
These trees shall be my books and in their barks my thoughts I'll character..
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Alexandra Epps Jan 27
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Paul Nash Clumps 7 Aug 18
A rare chance to see this beautiful painting , Frome. Part of the Arborealists and Guests exhibition, to 2 September.
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Hookland 17 Sep 18
Replying to @HooklandGuide
And if you are asking why ? This:
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No Strange Kate AKA Cathy Chesham Jun 20
- images of Summer Solstice. Blessed Solstice everyone 💋
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Nicci Obholzer 4h
Love catching the train from Ashford to Rye
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