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The War Art of Paul Nash (1917–1944) | Rain – Lake Zillebeke, 1918.

"Rain – Lake Zillebeke", by Paul Nash, 1918

Paul Nash, ‘Rain: Lake Zillebeke’, 1917

Paul Nash and World War One: ‘I am no longer an artist, I am a messenger to those who want the war to go on for ever… and may it burn their lousy souls’

View across a devastated Western Front landscape towards Lake Zillebeke in Belgium, 1917

Depictions of the destroyed and broken landscapes of the First and Second World War by the English artist Paul Nash, amongst the most important landscape artists of the twentieth century.

‘A Howitzer Firing’, 1918, by Paul Nash.  A scene with four British artillerymen firing a Howitzer gun. They stand beneath a canopy of camoflage netting. To the right a blast of light erupts from the muzzle of the gun, and the men on the left shield their faces from the brightness.

Extraordinary First World War Art, From Initial Sketches To Finished Paintings

‘A Howitzer Firing’, 1918, by Paul Nash. A scene with four British artillerymen firing a Howitzer gun. They stand beneath a canopy of camoflage netting. To the right a blast of light erupts from the muzzle of the gun, and the men on the left shield their faces from the brightness.

Paul Nash, Ruins of the church at Mont St Eloi, 1917

Paul Nash, Ruins of the church at Mont St Eloi, 1917

Executed while Nash was commissioned as an official war artist, this drawing was originally titled Wire – the Hindenburg Line and was intended as a prepara...

Executed while Nash was commissioned as an official war artist, this drawing was originally titled Wire – the Hindenburg Line and was intended as a prepara...

The War Art of Paul Nash (1917–1944) | View across a battle scarred Western Front landscape near Gheluveldt in Flanders, 1918.

Depictions of the destroyed and broken landscapes of the First and Second World War by the English artist Paul Nash, amongst the most important landscape artists of the twentieth century.

‘The Pyramids in the Sea’, Paul Nash, 1912 | Tate

‘The Pyramids in the Sea’, Paul Nash, 1912

Nash, Paul (1889-1946), 'Dyke by the Road', Wood Engraving, 1922.

Nash, Paul 'Dyke by the Road', Wood Engraving, 1922 - Dealer in Fine Original Prints

Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946), Spring in the Trenches, Ridge Wood, 1917, 1918. Oil on canvas, 60.9 x 50.8 cm.

Spring in the Trenches, Ridge Wood, 1917 (Art. IWM ART - Paul Nash (artist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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