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Paul Nash (1889-1946) – The Cliff to the North (1912-13) pen, indian Ink and grey wash on paper © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge / Tate, London 2012

Paul Nash (1889-1946) – The Cliff to the North (1912-13) pen, indian Ink and grey wash on paper © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge / Tate, London 2012

The Shore, by Paul Nash, 1923 (via the BBC's 'Your Paintings', in partnership with the Public Catalogue Foundation)

The Shore, by Paul Nash, 1923 (via the BBC's 'Your Paintings', in partnership with the Public Catalogue Foundation)

Paul Nash, Ploughed Field and Haystacks, 1937

Paul Nash, Ploughed Field and Haystacks, 1937

Paul Nash, Landscape of the Moon's Last Phase, 1944, Oil on canvas Walker Art Gallery (Liverpool) Paul Nash © Tate

Paul Nash, Landscape of the Moon's Last Phase, 1944, Oil on canvas Walker Art Gallery (Liverpool) Paul Nash © Tate

The Shore (at Dymchurch) 1923, Paul Nash  – just perfect. One of the vey few paintings I would dearly, dearly love to own.

The Shore (at Dymchurch) 1923, Paul Nash – just perfect. One of the vey few paintings I would dearly, dearly love to own.

Paul Nash, Wittenham Clumps, 1912, watercolour, ink and chalk

Paul Nash, Wittenham Clumps, 1912, watercolour, ink and chalk

"Wittenham Clumps" by Paul Nash, 1912 (watercolour, ink and chalk on paper)

'The Wanderer' (1911) by English artist Paul Nash (1889-1946). via James Russell on the web

'The Wanderer' (1911) by English artist Paul Nash (1889-1946). via James Russell on the web

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