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Paul Nash

Tate Britain, London

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Tate’s celebration of the influential British modernist Paul Nash covers the most significant aspects of the artist’s career, from his earliest drawings to his later war scenes. The influence of Surrealism on Nash’s depictions of the British landsape is made clear, as is his debt to photography. Find out more.

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Equivalents for Megaliths (1935), Paul Nash. © Tate

Equivalents for Megaliths (1935), Paul Nash. © Tate

The Rye Marshes (1932), Paul Nash. Ferens Art Gallery. © Tate

The Rye Marshes (1932), Paul Nash. Ferens Art Gallery. © Tate

The Shore (1923), Paul Nash. Leeds Art Gallery / Bridgeman Images. © Tate

The Shore (1923), Paul Nash. Leeds Art Gallery / Bridgeman Images. © Tate

Blue House on the Shore (1930–31), Paul Nash. © Tate

Blue House on the Shore (1930–31), Paul Nash. © Tate

Nocturnal Landscape (1938), Paul Nash. Manchester Art Gallery. © Tate

Nocturnal Landscape (1938), Paul Nash. Manchester Art Gallery. © Tate

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