John Nash. Newly Discovered Engravings and Drawings

Artist(s): John Nash
Author(s): Jeremy Greenwood
Format: hardback
Year published: 2020
Publisher: The Wood Lea Press
Publisher Location: Woodbridge
Total Pages: 32
Illustrations: Illustrated

Artist(s) Biographies:


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“You might suppose that John Nash studies are an agreeable and gentle pastime and there is little excite. Well, that may be true some of the time, but I received a letter on 25 June 2020 enclosing a photograph of an etching recently bought on eBay. It was clearly by John Nash, though I had never seen it before, nor had a number of other Nash enthusiasts. Less than a week later the dovecote illustrated was identified as being the one at Monks Risborough in Buckinghamshire. It is a lovely etching. It was clear that a celebratory publication was required. The Wood-Engravings of John Nash was published in 1987; since then two wood-engravings have been newly discovered (one in a couple of formats) and a preliminary proof of an engraving and ten preparatory drawings of engravings have become available from the John Nash Estate. Altogether they make an interesting and instructive book.” – Jeremy Greenwood

200 copies, 180 for sale, printed on Lambeth Drawing Cartridge 160 gsm, 32 pages, 320 x 245mm, hardback, bound in cloth overall. All prints and drawings are reproduced the same size as the originals with one exception.


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