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Portraits of John Nash

Past display archive
18 June 2005 - 8 January 2006

Room 31 showcase


Though self-taught, John Nash (1893-1977) went on to achieve recognition as a notable landscape painter, illustrator and wood engraver of botanical subjects. This display comprises a selection of photographs and sketches recently acquired as a gift from Ronald Blythe, who was a friend of the artist.


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