Paul Nash: The Master of the Image 1889-1946
Artist(s): Paul Nash
Author(s): Margaret Eates
Year published: 1973
Publisher: John Murray
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 155 pages
Illustrations: Illustrated throughout in b/w and colour
1 in stock
From the time when he achieved fame as the most individual and expressive artists who recorded the battlefield of the First World War, until his premature death in 1946, Paul Nash was always a leading and often a controversial figure in modern English art. No full scale study of his life and work had appeared for nearly twenty years and the Paul Nash trustees felt that the time had come for a reappraisal of his achievement. They accordingly invited Margot Eates, who had edited the Paul Nash Memorial Volume and knew him well towards the end of his life to undertake this fully illustrated and comprehensive monograph.
This Paul Nash the Master of the Image book is in good condition considering its age. Some wear to the dust-jacket.