Paul Nash. The Elms, 1911

An illustrated essay exploring the lives & careers of poet Edward Thomas and artist Paul Nash

1918 ... no-man's land by Paul Nash (British).

Correspondence in the Imperial War Museum between Nash and the Ministry of Information reveal that the picture was substantially complete towards the end of 1918 and that Nash planned, but did not execute, a li - Paul Nash (artist) - Wikipedia

'Returning to the Trenches' by C. R. W. Nevinson 1914 - 1915

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889 – 'Returning to the Trenches', 1914

Paul Nash and World War One: ‘I am no longer an artist, I am a messenger to…

The Menin Road by Nash, Paul. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards.

Lost work by renowned First World War artists come to light - Telegraph

Lost work by renowned First World War artists come to light

"'On the Road to Ypres' by Christopher Nevinson: Lost work by renowned First World War artists come to light.

carnet de dessins de peintres celebres - Recherche Google

carnet de dessins de peintres celebres - Recherche Google

Paul Nash, The Ypres Salient at Night, 1918

Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War at IWM (part 1)

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


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The War Art of Paul Nash (1917–1944) | We are Making a New World, 1918.

"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 at Passchendaele by Paul Nash (1918)

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.

Poster for Paul Nash's "War Paintings & Drawings" exhibition at the Leicester Galleries

Void of War, Paul Nash. from Anthem For Doomed Youth, an exhibition celebrating the lives and works of 12 First World War war artists © 2002 Tate, London.

La Mitrailleuse by CRW Nevinson (1915)  Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson was one of the First World War’s most illustrious artists. He was an avant-garde painter whose associations with Filippo Marinetti’s Futurist group were apparent in his vivid depictions of the war at home and abroad. Artist Walter Sickert described this painting as ‘the most authoritative and concentrated utterance on war in the history of painting.’

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915 As a Futurist…

Stand To Before Dawn, c.1918, by John Nash.; The British war artist John Nash served with the Artists Rifles on the Western Front. This drawing depicts men at 'stand to', one of the key events in the daily routine of the front line. Infantry manned the front line in anticipation of a possible enemy attack or raid. Whilst this was a routine associated with the possibility of such activity in the murky light conditions of dawn and dusk, it also became one of discipline and alertness.

Stand To Before Dawn, by John Nash. The British war artist John Nash…

Spring in the Trenches, Ridge Wood, 1917 (1918) (Art. IWM ART 1154) - Paul Nash (artist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Spring in the Trenches, Ridge Wood, 1917 (Art. IWM ART - Paul Nash (artist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Christopher Nevinson (1889-1946)

The First Searchlights at Charing Cross, 1914 - Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson - Leeds Art Gallery Prints

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