Tate British Artists: Paul Nash

Tate British Artists: Paul Nash

David Boyd Haycock / May 23, 2019

Tate British Artists Paul Nash The art of Paul Nash drew heavily on William Blake Samuel Palmer and Dante Gabriel Rosetti and on Nash s close relationship with the poetry of the English countryside leading to his characterisatio

  • Title: Tate British Artists: Paul Nash
  • Author: David Boyd Haycock
  • ISBN: 9781854374363
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • The art of Paul Nash drew heavily on William Blake, Samuel Palmer and Dante Gabriel Rosetti, and on Nash s close relationship with the poetry of the English countryside, leading to his characterisation as an essentially English artist But Nash also produced some of the most imaginative responses by a British artist to the thrilling potential of European modernism, experThe art of Paul Nash drew heavily on William Blake, Samuel Palmer and Dante Gabriel Rosetti, and on Nash s close relationship with the poetry of the English countryside, leading to his characterisation as an essentially English artist But Nash also produced some of the most imaginative responses by a British artist to the thrilling potential of European modernism, experimenting with abstraction and helping to establish the Surrealist movement in Britain.

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    1. Small for an art book, (24cm x 17cm) so the illustrations are quite small too. I found the writing flat and uninteresting, so I skipped nearly all of it. The text itself for me was also physically too small.I would have preferred a generous art book, or a rounded biography. This book is neither. It is just a brief, formal analysis of his work.


    2. Like all these short books in the Tate 'British Artists' series, 'Paul Nash' is a concise overview of his life and work, with colour and black and white plates on most pages providing significant examples of the artists development.Nash dipped his brush in pre-Raphaelite, romantic and surrealist influences, but it was mainly his WWI & WWII depictions that he is remembered for. I have always felt that Paul Nash was born too soon, his visions never really took off. In a sky full of people only [...]


    3. Brief overview of the life and art of Paul Nash, known mainly for his interpretive art-work during both World Wars a multitude of illustrations, many in color


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