Join Open College of the Arts tutor Hayley Lock in Norwich on the 10 June.
We will visit Paul Nash at the Sainsbury Centre for visual arts. Spanning a lifetime’s work from his earliest drawings to his iconic war time paintings, the exhibition will explore Nash’s central role in the development of modern British art.
The display will consist of paintings by Nash from the Great War, such as the remarkable The Ypres Salient at Night, 1918, early abstractions such as Kinetic Feature, 1931, Surrealism and ancient landscapes such as Druid Landscape, circa 1938, and Equivalents for the Megaliths, 1935, amongst others. His illustrations for an edition of Urne Burial, the treatise by Norwich polymath Thomas Browne which was re-published in 1932, will also be included.
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Image: Paul Nash, The Rye Marshes, 1932, oil on canvas Ferens Art Gallery: Hull Museums.
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