Lupins & Cactus, 1927 by Paul Nash
Paul Nash was a British photographer and writer but more famously a surrealist painter and war artist. The landscape paintings he produced during World War I are among the most iconic images of the conflict. After the war Nash continued to focus on landscape painting and initially the works could be described as decorative and formal but throughout the 1930’s his work became increasingly abstract and surreal. In these paintings he often placed everyday objects into a landscape to give them a new identity and symbolism. During World War II he painted a number of landscapes that have become the best known works of the period.
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|Size||175 X 125mm|
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