Paul Nash

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Circles and Squares by Caroline Maclean review – the Hampstead modernists
From Bauhaus to bohemian love … the intricate lives and art of interwar modernists are captured in this hugely enjoyable and well-plotted book

Kathryn Hughes

25, Apr, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Paul Nash’s Winter Sea: the natural cycle of life and death
The landscape painter created this work in the coastal village of Dymchurch, where he spent time recovering from the horrors he had witnessed at Ypres

Skye Sherwin

22, Dec, 2017 @9:58 AM

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On my radar: Sarah Perry’s cultural highlights
The author on the painful recollections of Tim Winton, bonding with a town’s memory of Dylan Thomas and one of the best 30 minutes of TV she’s ever seen

28, May, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Top 10 books about trees
From Dante to John Clare and James Joyce, matters arboreal have inspired many writers. These are among the choicest specimens

Fiona Stafford

19, Apr, 2017 @9:54 AM

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'Four-minute warning: time to boil your last egg' – 100 years of anti-war protests
From Paul Nash’s barbed wire truths to Tony Blair’s blazing selfie, the Imperial War Museum is exploring anti-war art and demos. What difference did they make?

Lara Feigel

17, Mar, 2017 @12:00 PM

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Paul Nash review – between dream and nightmare
Strangeness on the Downs meets the horrors of two world wars in the biggest show of Nash’s work in a generation

Laura Cumming

06, Nov, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Five of the best… art exhibitions
Paul Nash | Power And Protection: Islamic Art And The Supernatural | The View From Here | Deimantas Narkevičius | Victorian Decoded: Art And Telegraphy

Jonathan Jones

28, Oct, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Paul Nash review – pain, wonder and inescapable menace
Tate Britain, London
Whether he’s painting the peaceful English countryside or the wartime trenches, the artist usually has something up his sleeve – and it’s not always pleasant

Adrian Searle

25, Oct, 2016 @5:58 PM

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Paul Nash Tate Britain exhibition to feature 'lost' surrealist sculpture
Moon Aviary, found stored in pieces in a cardboard box, goes on display with other rarely seen works by the British war artist

Maev Kennedy

24, Oct, 2016 @9:00 AM

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South African creativity, Krasiński's illusions and Paul Nash's horrorscapes – the week in art
Tate Liverpool questions reality with Edward Krasiński, while Oxford displays supernatural Islamic objects – plus the rest of the week’s art happenings

Jonathan Jones

21, Oct, 2016 @5:26 PM

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From English woodlands to war: the pioneering paintings of Paul Nash
Nash lost his heart to the English countryside – and his illusions in two world wars. A major retrospective coming to Tate Britain gives a more complete picture of a modern master

Paul Laity

14, Oct, 2016 @11:00 AM

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Five of the best… new art shows
George Shaw | The British Landscape Tradition: From Gainsborough To Nash | Georg Baselitz | Ettore Spalletti | Dutch Flowers

Jonathan Jones

06, May, 2016 @12:00 PM

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