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Paul Nash









 

Paul Nash

(b London, 11 May 1889; d Boscombe, Hants, 11 July 1946).

Painter, printmaker, designer, writer and photographer. Although he briefly attended the Slade School, London, in 1910, he was essentially self-taught. His first one-man show was held in 1912 at the Carfax Gallery, London, where he showed a set of shadowy landscapes and imaginative drawings that look back to the Pre-Raphaelites and late 19th-century illustration. Between 1910 and 1914 he paid little attention to Post-Impressionism and the modern movements in London.

 

 

 

The Mule Track
1918


 


The Shore
1923


Winter Sea
1925


 

 


Event on the Downs
1934


Untitled
1937


 

Battle of Germany
1944


 

We Are Making a New World
1918


 

Totes Meer (Dead Sea)


 

The Battle of Britian
1941


 

A Howitzer Firing
1917


 

The Ypres Salient at Night
1917


 

Void
1918


 

The Menin Road
1919


 

Night Bombardment
1918-1919


 

Druid landscape


 

Whiteleaf cross


 

The Soul Visiting the Mansions of the Dead


 

The Diving Stage


 

Landscape of the Megaliths
1934


 

Eclipse of the Sunflower
1940



 

Equivalents for the Megaliths
1935



 

Landscape of the Vernal Equinox


 


Dymchurch - The Strange Coast
1920


 

Northern Adventure
1929


 

Wood on the Downs
1929


 

Flight of the Magnolia


 

Untitled


 


Dead Spring


 


Untitled


 

Whiteleaf Cross


 

Kimmerigian Ghost. The Turtle


 

Only Egg


 

Funeral Pyre: illustration from 'Urne Buriall and the Garden of Cyrus''
1932



 

Circle of the Monoliths
1937



 

Landscape of the Moon's last phase
1943


 

The Combat' or 'Angel and Devil'
1910
 

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