Oxenbridge Pond / Paul Nash / 1927-28 / oil on canvas / like this angular landscape

Oxenbridge Pond / Paul Nash / 1927-28 / oil on canvas / like this angular landscape

Paul Nash (1889‑1946), Landscape from a Dream, 1936-8, Oil paint on canvas » https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/paul-nash-1690

Paul Nash (1889‑1946), Landscape from a Dream, 1936-8, Oil paint on canvas » https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/paul-nash-1690


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Paul Nash (English, 1889-1946), Landscape of the Bagley Woods, 1943. Oil on canvas, 56 x 86.3 cm.

Paul Nash (English, 1889-1946), Landscape of the Bagley Woods, 1943. Oil on canvas, 56 x 86.3 cm.

Paul Nash This painting, the title of which is German for ‘dead sea’, was inspired by a dump of wrecked aircraft at Cowley in Oxfordshire. Nash based the image on photographs he took there, a few of which are on display nearby.The artist described the sight: ‘The thing looked to me suddenly, like a great inundating sea ... the breakers rearing up and crashing on the plain. And then, no: nothing moves, it is not water or even ice, it is something static and dead.’

Paul Nash This painting, the title of which is German for ‘dead sea’, was inspired by a dump of wrecked aircraft at Cowley in Oxfordshire. Nash based the image on photographs he took there, a few of which are on display nearby.The artist described the sight: ‘The thing looked to me suddenly, like a great inundating sea ... the breakers rearing up and crashing on the plain. And then, no: nothing moves, it is not water or even ice, it is something static and dead.’

Paul Nash Landscape of the Malvern Distance

Paul Nash Landscape of the Malvern Distance

Landscape of the Bagley Woods (1943) by Paul Nash

Landscape of the Bagley Woods (1943) by Paul Nash

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.

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