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Dymchurch Kent - Your Paintings - Paul Nash paintings Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Abstract Art, Landscapes, Kent Coast, English Artists, British Artists, Art Uk, Your Paintings

Dymchurch, Kent | Art UK

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Paul Nash ‘Harbour and Room’, © Tate John Nash, Collage Techniques, Time Painting, Japanese Interior, Magritte, Max Ernst, Art Uk, Your Paintings, New Art

‘Harbour and Room’, Paul Nash, 1932–6 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Harbour and Room’, Paul Nash, 1932–6 In 1930 Nash travelled to the South of France, staying in a hotel by the sea. This image derives from a reflection of a ship in the large mirror which hung in front of his bed. The dream-like quality indicates Nash's interest in Surrealism, and in the unconscious. Read admired the way Nash managed to respond to the European influence of Surrealism, while maintaining the English character of his work. He wrote: 'The striking peculiarity…

“Pillar and Moon” 1932 collection Tate Conroy Maddox – English He was an English surrealist painter, collagist, writer and lecturer; and a key figure in the Birmingham Surrealist movement. Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Landscape Pictures, Art Terms, Tate Britain, Dreams And Nightmares

‘Pillar and Moon’, Paul Nash, 1932–42 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Pillar and Moon’, Paul Nash, 1932–42 Paul Nash was deeply affected by his experiences as a soldier and an artist during the First World War. This picture was based around ‘the mystical association of two objects which inhabit different elements and have no apparent relationin life... The pale stone sphere on top of a ruined pillar faces its counterpart the moon, cold and pale and solid as stone.’Though not explicitly about mourning, the deep, unpopulated space and ghostly…

Battle of Britain, Paul K Nash. Just seen this on British Art at War on English Artists, British Artists, Battle Of Britain, Your Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Landscape Drawings, Art Uk, Land Art

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Paul Nash – Exhibition at Tate Britain Your Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Abstract Landscape, English Artists, British Artists, Tate Britain, Max Ernst, Art Uk, Magritte

Battle of Germany | Art UK

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