Collection: Paul Nash

Paul Nash (1889-1946) was a British painter and printmaker known for his surrealist depictions of the British landscape during World War I and II. His works often conveyed a sense of unease and ambiguity, reflecting the emotional turmoil of the era. Nash's unique style and innovative approach to art have made him an important figure in the history of British art, inspiring generations of artists to explore the relationship between nature, war, and the human experience.