This is simplicity, you think...minimal use of colours, minimal use of brush strokes and up close it looks unimpressive, but stand back and look at it and you see the talent of the artist...Kyffin Williams

minimal use of colours, minimal use of brush strokes and up close it looks unimpressive, but stand back and look at it and you see the talent of the artist.

The Wood on the Hill, 1912, Paul Nash, ink and wash on paper, "grey hollowed hills crowned by old old trees," Oxfordshire, England

"The Wood on the Hill" by Paul Nash, 1912 (ink and wash on paper) Nash wrote of this scene: "grey hollowed hills crowned by old old trees"

"Lane to Ruan Minor (Cadgwith)" by Simon Palmer  (watercolour with ink and gouache)

Simon Palmer (British, > Lane to Ruan Minor (Cadgwith) watercolour with ink and gouache 24 x ins x cm)

thunderstruck9: “Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946), Ploughed Fields at Iden. Pencil, wash, pen & ink and crayon, 46 x 34.4 cm. ”

This painting technique is so interesting to look at with its bold brush strokes of colour and then very fine line work. By “Paul Nash (British, Ploughed Fields at Iden. Pencil, wash, pen & ink and crayon, 46 x cm.

Paul Nash

A British surrealist painter and war artist, book-illustrator, writer and designer of applied art. He was the older brother of the artist John Nash. Wikipedia Born: May London Died: July 1946 Period: Surrealism

Sydney Long Etching and aquatint,

Sydney Long Etching and aquatint. Really like the singular colour of this - nothing bright either, goes quite well with the tone of the lyrics I've chosen

Sydney Long Trees and figure - watercolour - c.1914

Sydney Long Trees and figure - watercolour - next to signature is thought to be a backdate upon sale) (h) x (w) cm

Gwen Raverat: The River Ver, one of a series of six wood engravings commissioned by London Underground in 1929

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