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Wrecked Planes & Magnolia Trees: Paul Nash in Oxford

Wounded at Passchendaele by Paul Nash (1918)

Wounded, Passchendaele by Paul Nash. Nash was sent to the front in A sensitive boy, he was obsessed with literature, and to some extent, he felt as though he'd stepped into a novel.

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

I write in a personal, entertaining way about century British artists, including Ravilious & Paul Nash, & about the places that inspired them.

A Howitzer Firing, 1918, by Paul Nash.; Paul Nash became one of the best-known British official war artists of the First World War. This painting highlights the role and power of artillery, which caused the majority of casualties during the conflict. The howitzers are disguised with camouflage netting and a biplane is just visible in the sky, emphasising the modern technology of war supplied by the industry of home. The painting is a modernist interpretation of a modern war.

A howitzer firing, 1918 by Paul Nash. Four British artillerymen, standing beneath a canopy of camouflage netting fire a howitzer gun.

Landscape of the Moon’s First Quarter - Paul Nash , 1943 British, 1889-1946 Oil on canvas, 63.3 x 70.1 cm

huariqueje: “ Landscape of the Moon’s First Quarter - Paul Nash , 1943 British, Oil on canvas, x cm ”

"November Moon" Paul Nash

One of the paintings at the Ancient Landscapes exhibition was Paul Nash's November Moon, according to the catalogue Nash had been intereste.

Paul Nash |  'I am no longer an artist. I am a messenger who will bring back word from the men who are fighting to those who want the war to go on for ever. Feeble, inarticulate will be my message, but it will have a bitter truth and may it burn their lousy souls.'

Pinturas de guerra de Paul Nash

WWI Artists Rifle, Paul Nash: 'I am no longer an artist. I am a messenger who…

"Dymchurch" by Paul Nash, 1922 (Pencil, pastel and watercolour)

"Dymchurch" by Paul Nash, 1922 (Pencil, pastel and watercolour)

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