• Title: Paul Nash: Landscape and the Life of Objects
  • Author: Andrew Causey
  • ISBN: 9781848220966
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Paul Nash Landscape and the Life of Objects Paul Nash created an individual pathway through English art in the first half of the th century shaping a body of work that recognised the importance of the modern movement and stimulated
    Paul Nash 1889 1946 created an individual pathway through English art in the first half of the 20th century, shaping a body of work that recognised the importance of the modern movement and stimulated him to evolve his own English landscape based Surrealism Within a narrative that is both chronological and thematic, Andrew Causey, the leading authority on Paul Nash, teaPaul Nash 1889 1946 created an individual pathway through English art in the first half of the 20th century, shaping a body of work that recognised the importance of the modern movement and stimulated him to evolve his own English landscape based Surrealism Within a narrative that is both chronological and thematic, Andrew Causey, the leading authority on Paul Nash, teases out the character of Nash s vision and unravels his personal mythology.

    One Reply to “Paul Nash: Landscape and the Life of Objects”

    1. Paul Nash is a much underrated artist whose reputation is slowly climbing. Very much part of the English mystical tradition. This is an interesting biography but its main strength is the quality and range of illustrations. A book to have close by and to go back to time and again.

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