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John Nash: Artist & Countryman
Artist & Countryman
- John Nash (1893-1977) is the quintessential twentieth-century painter of the English countryside. Nash began as a watercolour painter, and the medium remained his mainstay throughout a long career. He also worked regularly in oil paint and was an immensely skilled draughtsman and wood engraver. A dedicated gardener and plantsman, his botanical studies are of real quality. This is the first full-length monograph to deal with all aspects of his career.
- Andrew Lambirth (born 1959) is a writer, critic and curator. He has written on art for a number of publications including e Sunday Telegraph, e Art Newspaper and RA, the Royal Academy magazine. Among his many books are monographs on Craigie Aitchison, Maggi Hambling, David Inshaw, LS Lowry and RB Kitaj. He has curated exhibitions of work for various museums and public galleries. He was art critic of e Spectator 2002-2014 and his reviews have been collected in a paperback entitled A is a Critic. He lives in Wiltshire.
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