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September | Wed 27th | 18:00

Gail-Nina Anderson on Paul Nash (1889-1946) £3

Innovative within a tradition, the inter-war landscapes of Paul Nash (1889-1946) define a very British mode of Romantic Modernism, while the works he produced in response to two world wars have given us humane and oddly lyrical images of terrifying devastation. The talk is timed to coincide with the exhibition of Nash’s painting at the Laing Art Gallery.

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