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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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HENI Talks May 11
The artist who re-dreamt the English landscape in a Modernist manner, was born in 1889. Join David Boyd Haycock in this as he retraces the artist’s life and career -
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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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Nicci Obholzer Sep 18
Love catching the train from Ashford to Rye
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Alexandra Epps Oct 20
Berkshire Downs 1922
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Johnny Verlaine 15 Nov 17
'Winter Sea' 1925 - 37 incoming tide, Whitby
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Alexandra Epps Feb 24
Dyke by the Road 1922
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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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Paul Nash Clumps 20 Mar 19
Spring is here! The Wittenham Clumps in Paul Nash's 'Landscape of the Vernal Equinox', 1943.
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N W T Jul 14
Guess where I am. Look at my happy little face 😀
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Hedley Thorne Mar 6
Paul Nash's side of Brightwell Barrow.
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Inexpensive Progress 18 Jun 18
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Inexpensive Progress 22 Oct 18
From the Archives - Making The Megaliths - A Look at the monumental print by Paul Nash with the original colour proofs.
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mike loseby Feb 10
"The Rye Marshes, East Sussex" 1932...Painting by (British,1889-1946).. Official and older bro' of artist, John Nash.
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Inexpensive Progress Aug 15
This week on the blog: Paul Nash in Different Places. A look at his book of woodcuts and the poems and pictures inside.
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Portrait Gallery 11 May 18
War artist and associate of the Surrealists, was born in 1889. Nash's style was greatly influenced by serving with the Artists' Rifles during the First World War. This portrait, by , was sketched in 1913.
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Hedley Thorne Mar 27
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Artmag 26 Sep 17
Read the full review of the exhibition at on our !
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mike loseby Jan 25
War art: "We are Making a New World" 1918...Painting by (British,1889-1946).. Official and older bro' of artist John Nash..
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