We are Making a New World
Art.IWM ART 1146. image: The view over a desolate landscape with shattered trees the earth a mass of shell holes. The sun hangs high in the, sky beams of light shining down through heavy earth-coloured clouds
Nash, Paul (1889-1946) - 1917-18 The Ypres Salient at Night (Imperial War Museum, London)
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Tower of London
From the Crown Jewels to the infamous Tower ravens, experience history where it happened at the Tower of London, without the crowds. Open 19 May 2021. Tickets available now.
Paul Nash and World War One: ‘I am no longer an artist, I am a messenger to those who want the war to go on for ever… and may it burn their lousy souls’
Paul Nash was 25 at the outbreak of the First World War. He would come to see himself as a messenger to those who wanted the war to go on for ever, creating some of the most devastating landscapes …
Spring in the Trenches, Ridge Wood, 1917
Art.IWM ART 1154. image: Three British soldiers waiting in a trench. One stands leaning against the wall of the trench another sits on a, step resting one arm behind his head
History - 'We are Making a New World' by Paul Nash
Paul Nash's drawings and paintings from World War One contained an explicit and angry anti-war message, and his work in World War Two continued this message.
Art.IWM ART 2705. Image: a devastated landscape pocked with rain-filled shell-holes. A shattered tree stands to the right the tree and the, whole foreground dominated by a dense web of barbed wire
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The Coming And God held in his hand A small globe. Look, he said. The son looked. Far off, As through water, he saw A scorched land of fierce Colour. The light burned There; crusted buildings Cast …