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Paul Nash

United Kingdom (1889 -  1946 ) Wikipedia® : Paul Nash
NASH Paul Landscape Of The Toad's Mouth Rock

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Paul Nash - Poor Northern Muse

Paul Nash - Poor Northern Muse

Original 1923
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Lot number: 1
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Lot 1 of 364: Paul Nash, British 1889-1946- Poor Northern Muse, 1923; wood engraving on wove, signed, dated, and inscribed 'proof 2/15', an illustration created for 'Mister Bosphorus and the Muses: or a Short history of poetry in Britain' by Ford Madox Ford, printed by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd. London, published by Duckworth & Co., London, image 11.2x10.2cm (framed)
Paul Nash - Idea For The Set Of Ibsen's Ghosts

Paul Nash - Idea For The Set Of Ibsen's Ghosts

Original 1922
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Lot number: 14
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Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Idea for the Set of Ibsen's Ghosts watercolour and pencil 18 x 20.5cm (7 1/16 x 8 1/16in). Executed circa 1922 Footnotes Provenance With Piccadilly Gallery, London The Rt. Hon the Lord Clwyd, London Literature Theatre Arts Monthly, Gordon Bottomley, 'The Theatre Work of Paul Nash', January 1924, USA, pp.38-44 Executed circa 1922, Nash's breakdown the year before had meant a turning away from oil paint and a renewed interest in designs for the theatre. He was influenced by the stage designer and director Gordon Craig and the Swiss stage designer Adolphe Appia, both of whom aspired to implement Richard Wagner's vision of the 'total work of art' in the theater. Henrik Ibsens's play Ghosts was written in 1881.
Paul Nash - The Garden At Wood Lane House, Iver Heath

Paul Nash - The Garden At Wood Lane House, Iver Heath

Original 1912
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Lot number: 194
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Paul Nash (1889-1946) The Garden at Wood Lane House, Iver Heath signed 'Nash' and signed with monogram (lower right) pencil, ink, watercolour and pastel on paper 16½ x 12 7/8 in. (41.9 x 32.7 cm.) Executed in 1912. Provenance Acquired directly from the artist's exhibition in 1914. with Piano Nobile, London. Private collection, UK.
Paul Nash - Laocoön

Paul Nash - Laocoön

Original 1941
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Lot number: 175
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Paul Nash (1889-1946) Laocoön signed 'Paul Nash' (lower right) pencil, watercolour, coloured crayon and pastel 10 7/8 x 15¼ in. (27.6 x 38.8 cm.) Executed in 1941. Provenance probably Sir Michael Sadler. Margaret Nash. with Zwemmer Gallery, London, where purchased by Lord Eccles in 1956. with Agnews, London, where purchased by the present owner.
Paul Nash - Landscape Of The Toad's Mouth Rock

Paul Nash - Landscape Of The Toad's Mouth Rock

Original 1943
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Lot number: 507
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Paul Nash LANDSCAPE OF THE TOAD'S MOUTH ROCK 1889-1946 signed with monogram, inscribed and dedicated pencil, watercolour and crayon on paper 20 by 28cm.; 8 by 11in. Executed in 1943. Provenance Gifted by the Artist to Richard Seddon in 1943, by whom gifted to the previous owner Their sale, Christie's London, 4th June 2004, lot 37, where acquired by the present owner Exhibited Sheffield, Graves Art Gallery,A Supplementary Collection to the Paul Nash Memorial Exhibition,June 1948, cat. no.3. Literature Andrew Causey,Paul Nash, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1980, p.461, cat. no.1147. Catalogue Note Landscape of the Toad's Mouth Rockwas drawn at Hathersage, Derbyshire, while Nash was staying with Richard Seddon in Sheffield after visiting his own retrospective at Temple Newsam House, Leeds. He exchanged the work for a drawing by Seddon (see Andrew Causey,Paul Nash,Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1980, p.461).
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