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Riviera Window, Cros de Cagnes

Paul Nash

Riviera Window, Cros de Cagnes

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Artist / PhotographerPaul Nash (1889-1946)
TitleRiviera Window, Cros de Cagnes
Date1926
MediumOil on board
ProvenanceNash Trustees; Hamet Gallery.
Dimensionsheight: 72.00 cm, width: 48.00 cm
Inscriptionbl: 1926 / Paul Nash
AcquisitionPurchased from Hamet Gallery, May 1971
LocationUSA, Washington DC, British Embassy
GAC number9272
 

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Paul Nash

Born in Kensington, London, Paul Nash studied at the Slade School of Art (1910–11). He served with the Artists’ Rifles during the First World War and in 1917 he was appointed an Official War Artist, acclaimed for his paintings of shattered landscapes in France and Flanders. In the 1920s Nash moved to Rye, Sussex, painting bleak and ominous landscapes of the area. He began travelling abroad, visiting France regularly. In 1931 he visited New York, Washington and Pittsburgh. He founded the Unit One group in 1933 and participated in the ‘International Surrealist Exhibition’ (London, 1936). In the Second World War Nash became an Official War artist to the Air Ministry and Ministry of Information. He died in Hampshire in 1946.