John Nash; Jennifer Andrews

1 portrait of John Nash

John Nash; Jennifer Andrews, by Kurt Hutton (Kurt Hubschman), 1958 - NPG x127178 - © reserved; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

© reserved; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

John Nash; Jennifer Andrews

by Kurt Hutton (Kurt Hubschman)
vintage bromide print, 1958
6 1/4 in. x 4 1/2 in. (160 mm x 114 mm)
Given by Ronald George Blythe, 2004
Photographs Collection
NPG x127178


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  • Jennifer Andrews (circa 1935-), Artist. Sitter associated with 1 portrait.
  • John Northcote Nash (1893-1977), Painter and printmaker. Sitter in 27 portraits, Artist of 2 portraits.

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Current affairs

Britain's first motorway is built. The Preston bypass (M6) was the first road to be built to official motorway standards, although the M1 (opened in 1959) was the first road to be given official status. The road was opened by the Prime minister, Harold Macmillan, and heralded a new age of mass, high-speed motoring.

Art and science

Michael Bond publishes A Bear Called Paddington, the first Paddington Bear book. This popular character is remembered for being found at Paddington Station by the Brown family, for wearing a floppy hat, duffle coat and Wellington boots, and for his penchant for marmalade sandwiches. The children's television programme, Blue Peter, is broadcast for the first time.

International

Following the USSR's successful launch of the Sputnik 1 satellite in 1957, America launches its own space agency, NASA. Under pressure from the Soviets' early lead, NASA began research into human spaceflight. The competition between the two superpowers to explore outer space, send humans beyond the Earth's orbit and land on the moon was known as the 'space race'.

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John Blair

18 August 2016, 14:46

This photo was taken in the Constable art studio within Flatford Mill, East Bergholt during a Field Studies Council (who run the building) art course that John Nash used to tutor on.

Jennifer Andrews is still with us today. She is our gardener and and now runs several art courses of her own at the Mill every year.

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