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JOHN NASH (British / 1893-1977)

John Northcote Nash (who worked as John Nash), was the younger brother of the artist Paul Nash. Paul advised John not to cramp his creativity with formal art training, though John Nash himself later taught at the Ruskin School of Drawing, the Royal College of Art, and the Colchester Shool of Art. John Nash was an official War Artist in both world wars. As a painter John Nash concentrated on landscapes, but as an illustrator (often in wood engravings, pochoirs, or lithographs) he ranged more widely. See: John Lewis, John Nash: the Painter as Illustrator; Freer, John Nash: the Delighted Eye; Webb & Skipwith, Paul Nash & John Nash.

See also:

BLAIR HUGHES-STANTON
ERIC RAVILIOUS

Selected prints by JOHN NASH

Poppies, 1939
Lithograph
Sheep on a turnip
field, 1939
Lithograph
Harvest time, 1939
Lithograph

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