"We are Making a New World" - by Paul Nash. 1918. The destruction and desolation of the First World War. Given extra impact by the painting's title.

"We Are Making a New World" was painted by Paul Nash in The setting in this painting is Inverness Copse, which was the scene of German resistance during the British offensive in the summer of Paul Nash was commissioned as an official war artist.

Wounded, Passchendaele by Paul Nash

Wounded, Passchendaele by Paul Nash. Nash was sent to the front in A sensitive boy, he was obsessed with literature, and to some extent, he felt as though he'd stepped into a novel.

Paul Nash "Berkshire Downs" 1922

Berkshire Downs - Paul Nash, 1922 From the National Galleries of Scotland: “ Many of Nash’s paintings, even those executed when he was an Official War Artist, have trees and landscapes as their main theme. He regarded trees as symbols of Nature’s.

Cotswold Hills. 1920. Paul Nash

Cotswold Hills -Your Paintings - Paul Nash paintings. This sums up the atmosphere of a landscape better for me than a more "realistic" painting.

Wire - Paul Nash..How does he make wire look this dark and intimidating ,because of the great viewpoint he's in ,like an ant's view ,you get the feeling its towering over you.Simple sometimes is key.

A Sense of Place

Paul Nash, Wire - This pieces MOVES me SO much. It crawls under your skin.

Paul Nash

Paul Nash, Wood on the Downs, 1930 (Aberdeen Art Gallery) Wittenham, Oxfordshire

Nash, Paul (1889-1946) - 1917-18 The Ypres Salient at Night (Imperial War Museum, London) Oil on canvas; 71.1 x 91.4 cm. Paul Nash, British painter, printmaker, illustrator, and photographer who achieved recognition for the war landscapes he painted during both world wars. Nash studied at the Slade School. Appointed an official war artist by the British government in 1917, he created scenes of war in a semi-abstract landscape manner

Nash, The Ypres Salient at Night - Paul Nash (artist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"The Rye Marshes" by Paul Nash, 1932

The Rye Marshes, East Sussex by Paul Nash Ferens Art Gallery 1932 Oil on canvas

British Art at War: Bomberg, Sickert and Nash, BBC Four | TV reviews, news & interviews | The Arts Desk

Highlights of Tate's 2016 Programme: Paul Nash Totes Meer (Dead Sea) Oil on canvas support: 1016 x 1524 mm frame: 1170 x 1680 x 97 mm Presented by the War Artists Advisory Committee 1946