Paul Nash
Tate Britain: Exhibition
26 October 20165 March 2017

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One of the most distinctive British artists of the 20th century, Paul Nash’s paintings uncover the surreal and mystical side of English landscapes. 

Nash was fascinated with Britain’s ancient past and spent a lot of time in southern England exploring the downs and coastal areas. Equally inspired by the equinox and the phases of the moon, he used all these influences in his work, interpreting his environment according to a unique, personal mythology, evolving throughout his career. 

Featuring a lifetime’s work from his earliest drawings through to the iconic war paintings, this exhibition reveals Nash’s importance to British modern art in the most significant show of his work for a generation.  

Paul Nash is curated by Chris Stephens, Lead Curator, Modern British Art and Head of Displays; Emma Chambers, Curator, Modern British Art; and Inga Fraser, Assistant Curator, Modern British Art. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue from Tate Publishing and a programme of talks and events in the gallery.