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Paul Nash (1889-1946)

Haystack at Oxenbridge Farm, Iden, near Rye.

Signed and dated 'Paul Nash/1923' (lower left) 
Pencil and watercolour

PROVENANCE : The estate of the late Miss Rose Adeane. The Redfern Gallery, London, no.419 

Sheet height 54 cm., 21 ¼ in., Length 37 cm., 14 1/2 in. 
Floated in a gilded, ogee, carved frame 
Frame Height 71 cm., 21.75 in., Length 52.50 cm., 21.75 in., 

For Nash, the 1920’s was a period of country living, and he produced some of his lovelist watercolours in the woods and fields and on the coast of Kent and Sussex where he lived.

In this work you can feel how Nash’s imagination was touched by the sensual qualities of light and shade, & perhaps by the sound of the wind, as he translates the visual evidence into a more poignant design. This picture with its gentle and pastoral forms evokes the essence of rural life. 

Paul Nash (1889 - 1946) is regarded as one of the greatest British artists of the twentieth century. Although best known for his horrific paintings of World War I, he went on to produce striking landscapes, before returning to war painting in World War II. 

Paintings in Museums and Public Art Galleries : UK 

• Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK 
• National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 
• The Royal Collection, London, UK 
• Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums, Scotland 
• Ashmoleum Museum 
• National Museum Wales, Cardiff 
• Bolton Art Gallery, UK 
• Brighton & Hove Museums, England 
• British Museum 
• Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK 
• Imperial War Musuem 
• Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, Wales 
• Manchester City Art Gallery, UK 
• National Museums Liverpool, UK 
• Leeds Museums and Galleries 
• Tate Gallery, London, UK 
• Tyne & Wear Museums, England 
• Victoria and Albert Museum Catalogue, London, UK 
• Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK 

Paintings in Museums and Public Art Galleries : Worldwide 

• Art Institute of Chicago 
• The Huntington Library, California 
• Harvard University Art Museums, Massachusetts 
• Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio 
• Wichita Art Museum, Kansas 
• Beaverbrook Art Gallery, New Brunswick 
• National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa 
• Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia 

Dimensions

37.00cm wide (14.57 inches wide), 54.00cm high (21.26 inches high)

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