Landscape with Tall Buildings, from 'Welchman's Hose'

Landscape with Tall Buildings, from 'Welchman's Hose'


Paul Nash
Landscape with Tall Buildings, from 'Welchman's Hose', 1925
Wood engraving, from an edition of 500
7.5 x 4.7cm (image)

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Paul Nash (1889-1946) was the older brother of artist John Nash. A British Surrealist painter, photographer and writer, he played a key role in the development of Modernism in English art. Paul’s early work focused on drawings and watercolours of brooding British landscapes, particularly of the Thames Valley in Berkshire and Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire. 

Nash became a pioneer of Modernism in Britain, promoting the avant-garde European styles of abstraction throughout the 1930s. In 1933 he co-founded the Unit One movement with fellow artists Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson.

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