Friday, 17 September 2010

Shameless Nash In

Equivalents for Megaliths (1935) was the one that turned me on to Nash. It finds a stark abstractness within an English pastoral tradition, an ancient within the modern that I immediately responded to but as a young teenager didn't know why.

He's also one of the best 'war artists' England produced. Dead Sea (1941)

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