• John Nash - Cop Hill, Princes Risborough
  • Wittenham Clumps, 1912, Paul Nash,
  • PAUL NASH The Window, Iver Heath
  • Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) A Drawing (Executed in 1913)
  • John Nash, Autumn landscape
  • Originally this exquisite lithograph was created to illustrate a classic of rural literature, ‘Men and the Fields’, by Adrian Bell. Of ‘Men and the Fields’ another great man of letters and literary portraitist of the rural, Ronald Blythe, writes: ‘The unique talents of both Bell and Nash for presenting the “now” – that particular threshing …
  • John Nash (British, 1893-1977), Path through the Woods. Oil on canvas, 59.7 x 83.8 cm.
  • Paul Nash, The Menin Road, 1919, oil on canvas, 182.8 x 317.5 cm (Imperial War Museum, London)
  • <em>Wire</em>, 1918, by Paul Nash.
  • Paul Nash - Sudden Storm
  • Paul Nash
  • 'Men and the Fields' by Adrian Bell, with lithographs by John Nash (1939)
  • John Nash ‘Wild Garden, Winter’, 1959 © Estate of John Nash. All Rights Reserved 2010 / Bridgeman Art Library
  • Landscape of the Moon's First Quarter by Paul Nash Date painted: 1943 Oil on…
  • Paul Nash, The Mule Track, 1918
  • John Nash: 'I have known a whole village up in arms'. From the Natural History of Selbourne, 1972.
  • Paul Nash. Cotswold hills
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  • 'Pillar and Moon', Paul Nash | Tate. One of my all time favourite paintings. My brilliant art teacher got me into Paul Nash. I used to visit the places Paul Nash painted in England and paint my own versions of the same landscapes. His landscape pictures seem to be about dreams.