Tate Britain Exhibition

Paul Nash

Advance booking is recommended if visiting at the weekend

Paul Nash Equivalents for the Megaliths 1935 collection & © Tate

Paul Nash Equivalents for the Megaliths 1935 collection & © Tate

Uncover the surreal and mystical side of English landscapes through one of the most distinctive British painters

Paul Nash was fascinated with Britain’s ancient past and spent 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 his iconic Second World War paintings, this exhibition reveals Nash’s importance to British modern art in the most significant show of his work for a generation.

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The exhibition will then take place at The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich (8 April—20 August 2017) followed by Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle (9 September 2017—end of January 2018).

Tate Britain

London SW1P 4RG
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26 October 2016 – 5 March 2017

Supported by

The Paul Nash Exhibition Supporters Group:

The Daniel Katz Gallery
Sir Nicholas and Lady Goodison Charitable Settlement
Piano Nobile, Robert Travers (Works of Art) Ltd
Dr Martin Kenig

and Tate Patrons


tremendously powerful

Evening Standard

one of the year’s essential exhibitions

The Telegraph
The Times

this exhibition is a marvellous revelation

Culture Whisper
The Guardian
I Newspaper

one of Britain’s greatest painters gets the show he deserves

Time Out

a beautiful and full account of this much-loved painter

Mail on Sunday
Morning Star

an exhibition that must be seen

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