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Paul Nash

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Expert FREE Paul Nash Painting value. We can help you to sell Paul Nash original artwork. We purchase original Paintings and prints by Paul Nash. Clients in the U.K. and worldwide regularly sell Paul Nash artwork to us. We offer a discreet, reliable service with swift payment avoiding 50% auction value fees taken between buyer and seller.

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Paul Nash  [1889-1946] – Biography 

He was born in London in 1889 and studied art at the Slade School of Art. Before this he studied at the St Paul’s School and Chelsea Polytechnic. Fellow students at the Slade included C R. W. Nevinson, Stanley Spencer, Ben Nicholson and Edward Wadsworth. During World War 1, as an official war artist,  he depicted the conflict with epic compositions and went on to produce works of aircraft during World War II. He was a member of the Artist Rifles and in 1917 was wounded.

Between the wars, in the 1920’s, he worked on wood engravings becoming involved with the Society of Wood Engravers. In the mid 1920’s he taught at the Royal College of Art in London where two of his students included Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious.

He lived Over Heath, London and Dymchurch in Kent.

What did Paul Nash paint?

He painted landscape and war scenes.

How did Paul Nash sign his works?

Signs work ‘Paul Nash’

Did he work in other media?

He worked in oils and watercolours, wood engraving, textiles, pottery and photography.

Where did he Sell?

He sold direct, at art dealers and exhibitions. We have seen gallery labels from the Fine Art Society and provenance from auction houses including Bonhams Auctioneers, Sothebys Auction and Christies Auctions.


Tate Gallery
Agnew & Sons Gallery
Beaux Arts Gallery
Brook Street Art Gallery
Chenil Galleries
Fine Art Society
International Society
Lefevre Gallery
Leicester Gallery London.
London Salon
Manchester City Art Gallery
New English Art Club
Royal Society of Portrait Painters
Redfern Gallery
Royal Scottish Academy
Arthur Tooth & Sons Gallery

Related artists : C.R.W.Nevinson

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