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Paul Nash (1889-1946), Artist

Sitter in 32 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Painter and watercolourist. Nash's style was greatly influenced by serving with the Artists' Rifles during the First World War, and his name is particularly associated with war paintings such as We are Making a New World and The Menin Road. During the 1930s his abiding concern with landscape was modified by an interest in Surrealism, and he exhibited both found objects and paintings with Surrealist groups in 1936, 1937 and 1938.

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x4085

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
vintage copy print, circa 1932
NPG x4085

x4086

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt, for Ramsey & Muspratt
vintage copy print, 1932
NPG x4086

x4087

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt, for Ramsey & Muspratt
vintage copy print, 1932
NPG x4087

x127177

John Nash; Paul Nash

by Lancelot de Giberne ('Lance') Sieveking
glossy bromide print, 1937
NPG x127177

x4088

Paul Nash

by Unknown photographer
vintage copy print
NPG x4088

x11804

Paul Nash

by Felix H. Man (Hans Baumann)
bromide fibre print, 1943
NPG x11804

x11805

Paul Nash

by Felix H. Man (Hans Baumann)
bromide fibre print, 1943
NPG x11805

x11806

Paul Nash

by Felix H. Man (Hans Baumann)
bromide fibre print, 1943
NPG x11806

x32999

Paul Nash

by Felix H. Man (Hans Baumann)
vintage bromide print, 1943
NPG x32999

x11807

Paul Nash

by Felix H. Man (Hans Baumann)
bromide print on card mount, 1943
NPG x11807

x34802

Paul Nash

by William MacQuitty
bromide fibre print, 1943
NPG x34802

D20566

Paul Nash; John Nash

by John Northcote Nash
pencil, 1918
NPG D20566

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