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Painter, Landscape painter, Still life painter, Water color painter, Wood cutter, Illustrator, Lithographer, b. 1889 - d. 1946

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            • Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, - Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried,
              Apr. 23, 2024

              Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, - Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried,

              Est: £400 - £600

              Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle; four woodcuts in black and white on wove,  each image: 7.7 x 9.2 cm, (unframed)  (4)",

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Apr. 09, 2024

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) 'Abstract Design', woodcut on leaf-patterned paper, signed 'Paul Nash', inscribed with title and numbered '192' in pencil 9.5 x 14.5cm Provenance: With Christopher Drake Ltd., London. Literature: 'English Print-Making 1900-1940: A Neglected Heritage', Christopher Drake Ltd., London, 1972, p.108. Condition Report: Frame size: 21.5 x 26.5cm Not viewed out of glazed frame. Yellow colour is pattened paper. A few spots of foxing. A black smudge from the printing to lower right.

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            • Paul Nash Pencil Sketch on Paper Destroyed Tank
              Mar. 16, 2024

              Paul Nash Pencil Sketch on Paper Destroyed Tank

              Est: £200 - £300

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Pencil Sketch on Paper Destroyed Tank. Signed Paul Nash Lower Centre. Framed under glass 45 x 41 cm.

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            • PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946), SEAGULL EYE WIND WAVES
              Mar. 13, 2024

              PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946), SEAGULL EYE WIND WAVES

              Est: £4,000 - £6,000

              PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946)SEAGULL EYE WIND WAVES Wood Printed with artist's address to Bourlet & Sons Ltd., London label (to underside)52 x 40cm (20¼ x 15½ in.) In the avant-garde English journal Axis no 8 for Early Winter 1937, Paul Nash's object Burnt Offering was reproduced - one of the few images we have of his objects, once quite numerous but now virtually all disappeared. Burnt Offering seems to be a composite object, with what appears to be a turned wooden finial (upside down) or door handle partially destroyed by fire fixed to a concrete or stone base with markings and encrustations that make it look as if it had long been submerged in the sea. Nash's objects were a major presence in the surrealist exhibitions in England in the 1930s. At the 1936 International Surrealist Exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries he showed two objects - untitled, but described as Designed Object, and one Found Object Interpreted whose medium was given as Vegetable Kingdom (Marsh Personage). Burnt Offering was also shown at the London Gallery exhibition Surrealist Objects and Poems (1937). As Michel Remy says, Hardly any exhibit has survived from the exhibition, (so far as we know). True to the complexity of the surrealist interest in the object, fifteen categories of object were listed in the catalogue; in Surrealist objects Nash exhibited Homes without Hands and Forest; in Found Objects Long-gom-pa (a five-branch root named after a Tibetan runner famous at the time (Remy); in Found Objects Interpreted Goodness How Sad, Encounter of Wild Stones, Not Cricket and Nest of Wild Stones; in Objects Collages, Aquarium and Only Egg; in Oneiric Objects Tree Man; in Objects for Everyday Use (with Margaret Nash) Basket for Found Objects; Burnt Offering in Perturbed Objects; Moon Aviary in Constructed Objects.For the Cambridge University Arts Society Exhibition of Surrealism (1937) he showed three: Only Egg, The Nest of Wild Stones and Long-gom-pa. In the same exhibition Eileen Agar showed Le père Ubu. In 1938, following the great success of the London International Surrealist Exhibition, Nash showed several works, including Objets aux champs and Objets balancés (probably photographs rather than actual objects, the latter possibly Poised objects [Causey 1973 pl. 27].)Of the twenty-five or so known and named objects, most were dismantled, scrapped, not made or have simply melted away. Forest from Roland Penrose's collection (trees made from glove stretchers) and Only Egg seem to be the only two objects by Nash to have survived, according to the catalogue raisonné. As the Tate catalogue entry for Nash's important photomontage/drawing Swanage, c. 1936 says, Almost none of these objects survives except as depicted in Nash's work, though he apparently continued to keep and collect objects until his death. It is therefore extraordinarily difficult to place the object in question with any certainty although there is plenty of leeway for the existence of a hitherto unknown found object - or possibly found object interpreted. A typewritten label on the back of the object gives the title Seagull Eye Wind Waves and an address for Paul Nash: Whitecliffe Farm, near Swanage, which is where he lived from October 1934 until he moved to the centre of Swanage in 1935. In March 1936 the Nashes left Swanage. So the object (or its collection) would date from roughly the same period as Marsh personage, his first found object, which in some respects, especially visually, it resembles. Whereas Marsh Personage and Long-gom-pa are clearly found natural objects, (the latter furze-wood, the former driftwood, salvaged from a stream, and the first of the found vegetable objects), Seagull Eye Wind Waves is interpreted and worked on. It is composed of three pieces of wood, each with a strong character: the thickly gnarled outer rim of a hollow tree, which embraces a curved form, perhaps once part of a piece of furniture. This has been carved to enhance its resemblance to outspread seagull wings, and the tip of the top wing becomes a bird head; through a hole in the top of this shape runs a thin, antler-like branch. Perhaps this worn forked stick that has pierced the wooden curve was encountered thus in a curious natural formation, and the curve was then interpreted as wings and the bird's head, crudely carved. Gashes and striations in the side of the wooden base, some circling knots in the wood, some indicating the lines of a torso, must belong to the same intervention. It might have been worked by Nash, or found by him as a piece of rough carving, a kind of primitive interpretation by an unknown hand, with a sense of the phallic and sexual suggestions in the lump of wood and its odd impaling. This would be wholly in line with surrealist taste and there are plenty of examples of such finds. For example the construction made by an aliéné, (a frame filled with broken scissors and other sharp implements) found and exhibited by André Breton. This rural find by Nash is in line with his profound love of the natural world and its innumerable forms. He wrote in Axis (January 1935) ...I find I still need partially organic features to make my fixed, conceptual image. I discern among natural phenomena a thousand forms which might, with advantage, be dissolved in the crucible of abstract transfiguration; but the hard cold stone, the rasping grass, the intricate architecture of trees and waves, or the brittle sculpture of a dead leaf - I cannot translate altogether beyond their own image, without suffering in spirit. My aim in symbolical representation and abstraction, although governed by a purpose with a formal ideal in view, seeks always to give life to a conception within the formal shell... In my opinion Seagull Eye Wind Waves is a found interpreted object by Paul Nash. Professor Dawn AdesCausey, Andrew and Eates, Margot Paul Nash Paintings and Watercolours Tate 1975Causey, Andrew Paul Nash's Photographs, Document and Image Tate 1973Evans, Myfanwy Paul Nash 1937 Axis no 8 Early Winter 1937Exposition internationale du surréalisme Exb. cat. Galerie Beaux-arts Paris 1938 Exposition surréaliste d'objets Exb. cat. Charles Ratton Paris 1936Jenkins, David Fraser Paul Nash, The Elements Dulwich Picture Gallery 2010Montagu, Jemima (ed.) Paul Nash, Modern Artist, Ancient Landscape Tate 2003Nash, Paul For, but not with Axis 1 January 1935Nash, Paul Swanage or Seaside Surrealism Architectural Review November 1936Nash, Paul The Object, Architectural Review November 1936Nash, Paul Fertile Image Ed Margaret Nash [1951] 1975Nash, Paul Writings on Art ed. Andrew Causey Oxford 2000Paul Nash, Places Exb. cat. South Bank Centre 1989Read, Herbert (ed.) Surrealism 1936Remy, Michel Surrealism in Britain Ashgate 1999Surrealism Exb. Cat. Cambridge University Arts Society 1937Surrealist Objects and Poems London Gallery Ltd. 1937 The International Surrealist Exhibition New Burlington Galleries Exb Cat. 1936 The London Bulletin 1938-1940

              Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
            • Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). The Two Angels, Heaven, and Boredom..., 1927
              Mar. 13, 2024

              Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). The Two Angels, Heaven, and Boredom..., 1927

              Est: £400 - £600

              Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). The Two Angels, Heaven, and Boredom..., 1927 * Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). The Two Angels, Heaven, and Boredom, from Abd-er-Rahman in Paradise, 1927, three wood engravings, two on pale cream thin japon (likely from the first edition of 12 proofs on white japon, according to Postan), one on very thin japon trimmed to the blockmark (from the second issue as noted by Postan), 'The Two Angels' - large margins, minimally tipped on to mount with tape, image size 7 x 5 cm (2 3/4 x 2 ins), sheet size 25.5 x 19 cm, 'Heaven' - trimmed to image, tipped onto backing board with adhesive, two small creases lower left, two small areas of spotting, image size 13.5 x 9.5 cm (5 1/4 x 3 3/4 ins), 'Boredom' - large margins, minimally tipped on to mount with tape, slightly mount stained, image size 14 x 9.5 cm (5 1/2 3 3/4 ins), sheet size 25.5 x 19 cm, uniformly framed and glazed. QTY: (3) NOTE: Jules Tellier's Les deux paradis d'Abd-er-Rhaman was first published in Paris in 1921; its story concerns a man who must choose between Christian and Muslim heavens. The English version was translated by Brian Rhys, with four illustrations by Paul Nash, and published by The Golden Cockerel Press in 1928. Nash's engravings are fine examples of his work, and are described by Clare Colvin in Paul Nash Book Designs as "the climax of Nash's representational wood engravings". Literature: Postan The Complete Graphic Work of Paul Nash - W80, W81, W83. Postan notes: "Two editions: the first as 12 proofs on white japon; the second on fine japon trimmed to the blockmark and mounted as the first illustration to Abd-er-Rhaman in Paradise, Golden Cockerel Press, 1928, in an edition of 400 copies."

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            • Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Five Illustrations from Cotswold Characters, 1921
              Mar. 13, 2024

              Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Five Illustrations from Cotswold Characters, 1921

              Est: £1,000 - £1,500

              Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Five Illustrations from Cotswold Characters, 1921 * Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Five Illustrations from Cotswold Characters, 1921, a complete set of five woodcuts on wove paper from the edition of 9, each signed and dated in pencil to lower right, sheet one and four inscribed 'proof' in pencil, the other three numbered 'No VI of 9' or 'VI of 9' in pencil, in very good condition (Thesiger Crowne with inky fingerprint to lower left portion of sheet), partial 'Danehurst Parchment' watermark to all, each tipped minimally onto backing board with tape, 'William Weston Gallery' label to verso of backing board, each image 7.5 x 7.5 cm (3 x 3 ins), all sheets 18 x 11 cm (7 x 4 1/4 ins), displayed in a multi-aperture mount (42 x 59.5 cm) QTY: (5) NOTE: Illustrations: Thesiger Crowne, The Mason. Simon Rodd, The Fisherman. Rufus Clay, The Foreigner. Pony, The Footballer. Joe Pentifer and Son. John Drinkwater's book Cotswold Characters was first published by Yale University Press in 1923, and included Paul Nash's first ever illustrations for a book. Literature: Postan The Complete Graphic Work of Paul Nash - W14, W15, W16, W17, W18. Dodgson The Print Collector's Quarterly (Volume 15) - 14, 15, 16, 17, 18.

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            • Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, - Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung;
              Mar. 05, 2024

              Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, - Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung;

              Est: £600 - £800

              Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle; four woodcuts in black and white on wove,  each image: 7.7 x 9.2 cm, (unframed)  (4)

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Feb. 22, 2024

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Black Poplar Pond signed and dated 'Paul Nash / 1922' (lower right); unnumbered from the edition of 50 woodcut 17.5 x 14cm Framed 41 x 37cm

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            • After Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Wood on the Downs Offset lithograph in colours, on wove paper, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild, London, with narrow margins, framedSheet 410 x 535mm (16 1/8 x 21in)
              Dec. 06, 2023

              After Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Wood on the Downs Offset lithograph in colours, on wove paper, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild, London, with narrow margins, framedSheet 410 x 535mm (16 1/8 x 21in)

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              After Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Wood on the Downs Offset lithograph in colours, on wove paper, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild, London, with narrow margins, framed Sheet 410 x 535mm (16 1/8 x 21in)

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            • Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) The Strange Coast Lithograph, 1920, on wove paper, signed, titled, dated and dedicated 'with love from Paul Christmas 1920' in pencil, from the edition of 30, with wide margins, framedImage 315 x 403mm (12 3/8 x 15 7...
              Dec. 06, 2023

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) The Strange Coast Lithograph, 1920, on wove paper, signed, titled, dated and dedicated 'with love from Paul Christmas 1920' in pencil, from the edition of 30, with wide margins, framedImage 315 x 403mm (12 3/8 x 15 7...

              Est: £1,500 - £2,000

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) The Strange Coast (Postan L10) Lithograph, 1920, on wove paper, signed, titled, dated and dedicated 'with love from Paul Christmas 1920' in pencil, from the edition of 30, with wide margins, framed Image 315 x 403mm (12 3/8 x 15 7/8in) Sheet 503 x 635mm (19 7/8 x 25in)

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £1,000 - £2,000

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Paul Nash (1889-1946) A PRIVATE WORLD, PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL NASH. Portfolio of silver gelatin prints (25), 1931-1946, published by Fischer Fine Art, London, 1978. A posthumous portfolio curated by John Piper, each silver gelatin print numbered Roman numerals and editioned 2/45 in pencil on verso, with the blindstamp of the Paul Nash Trustees and The Tate Gallery Archives Department, in the original grey paper-covered solander box, with the printed title plate tipped-in to the cover. With accompanying booklet, which contains descriptions of each subject in the portfolio [note: booklet is numbered 18/42 on last page]. The set contains the following images: I. The White Horse, Uffington, Berkshire, image size 142mm x 302mm II. The White Horse, Uffington, Berkshire, image size 175mm x 302mm III. ‘Monster Field’, Carswall’s Farm, Newent, Gloucestershire, image size 170mm x 303mm IV. Object Trouve, image size 202mm x 302mm V. Stone Post, image size 303mm x 160mm VI. Ploughed Field and Haystacks, image size 174mm x 303mm. VII. ‘Laocoon’, Carswall’s Farm, Newent, Gloucestershire, image size 193mm x 303mm VIII. Cork Drying; France (1933) or Spain(1934), image size 171mm x 302mm IX. The Box Garden, Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, image size 183 x 302mm X. Avebury Sentinel, image size 303mm x 173mm XI. Washing drying on the beach, Nice, image size 175mm x 302mm XII. Boat on the Shore, South of France, image size 201mm x 302mm XIII. ‘Empty Market Stalls, Ceuta, Morocco’, image size 176mm x 302mm XIV. The Bull Ring, Ronda, Spain, image size 182mm x 302mm XV. Bench Seats, Swanage, image size 173mm x 302mm XVI. Boat, Atlantic, image size 193mm x 302mm XVII. Chain and Net, John Nash’s home, Meadle, Berkshire, image size 302mm x 183mm XVIII. ‘Totems’, old shipyard, Rye harbour, image size 303mm x 203mm XIX. Rock recessed in grass, image size 215mm x 301mm XX. Step Edge; below Nash’s garden at New House, Rye, Sussex, image size 177m x 302mm XXI. Blue Pool, near Wareham, Dorset, image size212mm x 302mm XXII. Seashore and Steps, Swanage, Dorset, image size 175mm x 303mm XXIII. Maiden Castle, Dorset, image size 110mm x 302mm XXIV. Atlantic Voyage, image size 303mm x 181mm XXV. Dead Tree, Romney Marsh, image size 302mm x 183mm

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            • Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) A Wood - Illustration for King Lear, Act 2 Scene III
              Nov. 29, 2023

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) A Wood - Illustration for King Lear, Act 2 Scene III

              Est: £3,000 - £5,000

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) A Wood - Illustration for King Lear, Act 2 Scene III signed with monogram, dated and dedicated '1926/John from Paul' (lower right), titled and inscribed 'Act 2- Scene III/A Wood -/Edgar. I heard myself proclaimed/etc.' (lower left) pen and ink and pencil on paper 24 x 18.5cm (9 7/16 x 7 5/16in).

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            • Paul Nash, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle;
              Nov. 23, 2023

              Paul Nash, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle;

              Est: £600 - £800

              Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle; four woodcuts in black and white on wove, each image: 7.7 x 9.2 cm, (unframed) (4)

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Oct. 24, 2023

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £200 - £400

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Paul Nash (1889-1946) 'The Raider of the Moors' lithograph printed in colours, 1940, signed and inscribed in the plate, image 38.5 x 56.5cm, mounted, glazed and framed 61.5 x 77cm overall Provenance: The Estate of John Graham (1927-2021), Harlow. Condition Report: Not viewed out of the frame. Visible spotting throughout the image and crease marks and a tear to the right central edge into the image. Mounted and framed, no glass.

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Oct. 17, 2023

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £500 - £700

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Paul Nash (1889-1946) 'Dyke by the Road' (Postan W25) wood engraving, special proof, signed and dated 'Paul Nash/1922' in ink l.r., inscribed with title l.l., inscribed 'Joanlet from Paul/Dymchurch 1922' u.l., and 'special proof' u.r. sheet 15.5 x 20.5cm A note from the vendor: My mother was the youngest daughter of Arthur and Harriet Miles of Sellindge near Romney Marsh in Kent. My grandfather, Arthur Miles, who farmed and bred horses, allowed my mother, then aged sixteen, to drive her pony and trap round the neighbouring countryside. One day in 1921, visiting friends in Dymchurch, my mother met Paul Nash and his wife Margaret (Bunty) who had rented a cottage there. Nash, while still recovering from a serious illness, was designing scenes for two plays by his friend Gordon Bottomley ('King Lear's Wife' and 'Gruach') and he asked my mother to help him build the models. A pin-hole camera was used to take photographs, and Nash gave my mother a small hand-made album decorated and inscribed 'Photographs of Two Scene Models designed and built by Paul Nash with the assistance of Joan Adeline Miles', which I still have. In 1922, Nash gave my mother his pen and wash drawing 'The Shore', 1922, inscribed to her on the mount, and two 'special proofs' of two of his wood engravings, 'Dyke by the Road', 1922' and 'The Bay', 1922, inscribed to her on the margins. Condition Report: Framed: 20 x 25.5cm The paper is discoloured and is a mid to dark brown. There are holes in the sheet in the top left corner and around the edges, please see images. The sheet has been stuck down. Foxing to the margins. Small nicks to the edges.

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Oct. 17, 2023

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £800 - £1,000

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Paul Nash (1889-1946) 'The Bay' (Postan W27) wood engraving, special proof, signed and dated 'Paul Nash 1922' in ink l.r., inscribed with title l.l., inscribed 'Joanlet from Paul/Dymchurch 1922' u.l., and 'special proof' u.r. sheet 14.5 x 20.5cm A note from the vendor: My mother was the youngest daughter of Arthur and Harriet Miles of Sellindge near Romney Marsh in Kent. My grandfather, Arthur Miles, who farmed and bred horses, allowed my mother, then aged sixteen, to drive her pony and trap round the neighbouring countryside. One day in 1921, visiting friends in Dymchurch, my mother met Paul Nash and his wife Margaret (Bunty) who had rented a cottage there. Nash, while still recovering from a serious illness, was designing scenes for two plays by his friend Gordon Bottomley ('King Lear's Wife' and 'Gruach') and he asked my mother to help him build the models. A pin-hole camera was used to take photographs, and Nash gave my mother a small hand-made album decorated and inscribed 'Photographs of Two Scene Models designed and built by Paul Nash with the assistance of Joan Adeline Miles', which I still have. In 1922, Nash gave my mother his pen and wash drawing 'The Shore', 1922, inscribed to her on the mount, and two 'special proofs' of two of his wood engravings, 'Dyke by the Road', 1922' and 'The Bay', 1922, inscribed to her on the margins. Condition Report: Framed: 19.5 x 25.5cm The paper is discoloured and is a mid to dark brown. Staining to the upper left corner. The sheet has been stuck down and there is a 3.5cm crease line to the centre of the top margin. Not viewed out of glazed frame.

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            • PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946), SILBURY HILL
              Oct. 04, 2023

              PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946), SILBURY HILL

              Est: £25,000 - £35,000

              PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946) SILBURY HILL Watercolour and pencil Signed (lower right)38.5 x 57cm (15 x 22¼ in.)Executed in 1938.Provenance:Private Collection, C. Allsopp, by whom sold Christie's, London, Modern British Drawings, Paintings and Sculpture, 20 March 1970, lot 180 Agnews, London (by 1971)Private Collection, Harold RileyChristie's, London, 20th Century British Art & Irish Art, 19 November 2004, lot 97, where purchased by Robert KimeExhibited:Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northern Arts Gallery, Paul Nash 1889-1946, September-October, 1971, no. 34London, Tate Gallery, Arts Council of Great Britain, Paul Nash Paintings and Watercolours, November-December 1975, no. 175 (loaned by Harold Riley)Literature:Andrew Causey, Exhibition Catalogue, Paul Nash 1889-1946, Newcastle, Northern Arts Gallery, 1971, p. 15, no. 34 pl. 12 Andrew Causey, Paul Nash, Oxford, 1980, pp. 265-6, cat no. 952, pl. 312Silbury Hill, located near Avebury in Wiltshire is the largest artificial mound of its kind in Europe. It is believed to have been completed around 2400BC and is similar in scale to the pyramids in Egypt. The purpose and significance of the mound are unknown and remain the subject of much speculation. Given Nash's fascination with pre-historic sites and the spiritual qualities of the English landscape, it is unsurprising that Silbury Hill was of interest to him. Nash first visited Silbury Hill and the nearby stones at Avebury in July 1933 whilst on holiday in Marlborough. According to Ruth Clarke, who travelled with him, Nash was 'excited and fascinated' by the landscape which appealed to his 'sensitiveness to magic and the sinister beauty of monsters' (cited in Andrew Causey, Paul Nash Landscape and the Life of Objects, 2013). The ladder laid against the hill in the present work was a figment of Nash's imagination which derived from his interest in the idea of something rising out of the earth or up from the water and creating a new form above ground. A postcard found in Nash's collection depicts a ladder inside a pit at the excavation of Maiden Castle leading upwards from the ground beneath. This postcard alongside the watercolour of Silbury Hill, is discussed by Andrew Causey in his 1980 publication on the artist:.:'Silbury, as might be expected, intrigued Nash: its clear, plain, and - to Nash - symbolic shape was both palpable and inscrutable. In the oil painting Silbury Hill [Causey no. 880] he hinted at its symbolical meaning, its special, reserved ambience, with the closed gate and the pyramidal tumulus beyond, while constructing at the same time elaborate formal congruences of triangles within the over-all design. In the slightly later watercolour [the present work] he revealed a little more of his reaction to the hill's shape by adding a ladder leaning against the mound in front of it. This was no more than a now familiar Nash image, but there could be special interest in this if the idea was suggested by a postcard he had of Maiden Castle [Causey pl. 313]. It is not just that both are sites of ancient occupation, but that the postcard and watercolour are complementary images: in one the ladder comes up out of a dark pit, in the other it seems to continue its journey up the side of the hill; the sequence seems a characteristic product of Nash's mind' (see A. Causey, Paul Nash, Oxford, 1980, p. 265).

              Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
            • Paul Nash (1889-1946), Landscape of the Megaliths, lithograph, 20" x 30" (50 x 76cm), signed in pencil by the
              Sep. 20, 2023

              Paul Nash (1889-1946), Landscape of the Megaliths, lithograph, 20" x 30" (50 x 76cm), signed in pencil by the

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Paul Nash (1889-1946), Landscape of the Megaliths, lithograph, 20" x 30" (50 x 76cm), signed in pencil by the artist lower right, Provenance - the vendor's family were given this lithograph personally by Paul Nash.

              John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
            • After Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Wood on the Downs Offset lithograph in colours, on wove paper, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild, with narrow margins, framedSheet 415 x 535mm (16 3/8 x 21in)
              Sep. 20, 2023

              After Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Wood on the Downs Offset lithograph in colours, on wove paper, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild, with narrow margins, framedSheet 415 x 535mm (16 3/8 x 21in)

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              After Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Wood on the Downs Offset lithograph in colours, on wove paper, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild, with narrow margins, framed Sheet 415 x 535mm (16 3/8 x 21in)

              Bonhams
            • Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Empire Marketing Board Lithographic poster in colours, circa 1930, on thin wove paper, printed for H.M.Stationery Office by Waterlow & Sons Ltd., London, published by the Empire Marketing Board, the full sheet, frame...
              Sep. 20, 2023

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Empire Marketing Board Lithographic poster in colours, circa 1930, on thin wove paper, printed for H.M.Stationery Office by Waterlow & Sons Ltd., London, published by the Empire Marketing Board, the full sheet, frame...

              Est: £1,000 - £1,500

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Empire Marketing Board Lithographic poster in colours, circa 1930, on thin wove paper, printed for H.M.Stationery Office by Waterlow & Sons Ltd., London, published by the Empire Marketing Board, the full sheet, framed Sheet 505 x 762mm (21 1/2 x 30 3/8in)

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            • Paul Nash, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung Another scene from Das Rheingold and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle
              Sep. 05, 2023

              Paul Nash, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung Another scene from Das Rheingold and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle

              Est: £600 - £800

              Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The Hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; Another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried, all from 1925 from the Wagner Ring cycle; four woodcuts in black and white on wove, each image: 7.7 x 9.2 cm, (unframed) (4)

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            • PAUL NASH (1889-1946, British), Winter Wood 1922
              Aug. 30, 2023

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946, British), Winter Wood 1922

              Est: $2,000 - $3,000

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946, British) Winter Wood 1922 woodcut 14.5 x 11.5 cm (image); 28.0 x 17.5 cm (sheet) edition of 50 signed and dated lower right: Paul Nash/ 1922 numbered upper left: from edition 50 titled lower left: Winter wood inscribed verso: 131

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            • Environment for Two Objects
              Jun. 28, 2023

              Environment for Two Objects

              Est: £400,000 - £600,000

              Property from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Sold to Benefit Future Acquisitions Paul Nash 1889 - 1946 Environment for Two Objects  signed Paul Nash (lower left) oil on canvas  unframed: 51 by 76cm.; 20 by 30in. framed: 60.5 by 86cm.; 23¾ by 34in. Executed in 1936-37.

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            • PAUL NASH, BRITISH 1889-1946, DIE WALKURE, THE VALKYRIE'S HOME; THE HALL OF THE GIBICHUNGS FROM GOT
              Jun. 15, 2023

              PAUL NASH, BRITISH 1889-1946, DIE WALKURE, THE VALKYRIE'S HOME; THE HALL OF THE GIBICHUNGS FROM GOT

              Est: £300 - £500

              Paul Nash, British 1889-1946, Die Walkure, the Valkyrie's home; The hall of the Gibichungs from Gotterdammerung; another scene from Das Rheingold; and a scene from Siegfried all from 1925 for the Wagner Ring cycle;  woodcuts in black and white on wove, each image: 8.2 x 9.8 cm, (unframed) (4)

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            • Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Dyke by the Road Woodcut, 1922, on Japon paper, signed, titled, dated and numbered 24/25 in pencil, with margins, framed, together with a signed letter from the artistBlock 123 x 178mm (4 7/8 x 7in)Sheet 156 x 264mm ...
              Jun. 02, 2023

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Dyke by the Road Woodcut, 1922, on Japon paper, signed, titled, dated and numbered 24/25 in pencil, with margins, framed, together with a signed letter from the artistBlock 123 x 178mm (4 7/8 x 7in)Sheet 156 x 264mm ...

              Est: £2,000 - £3,000

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Dyke by the Road (Postan W25; Greenwood G21) Woodcut, 1922, on Japon paper, signed, titled, dated and numbered 24/25 in pencil, with margins, framed, together with a signed letter from the artist Block 123 x 178mm (4 7/8 x 7in) Sheet 156 x 264mm (6 1/8 x 10 3/8in)(2)

              Bonhams
            • Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Void of War Lithograph, 1918, on brown wove paper, signed and dated in pencil, presumably a proof aside from the numbered edition of 12, with marginsImage 370 x 444mm (14 1/2 x 17 3/8in)Sheet 452 x 600mm (17 3/4 x 23...
              Jun. 02, 2023

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Void of War Lithograph, 1918, on brown wove paper, signed and dated in pencil, presumably a proof aside from the numbered edition of 12, with marginsImage 370 x 444mm (14 1/2 x 17 3/8in)Sheet 452 x 600mm (17 3/4 x 23...

              Est: £1,000 - £1,500

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Void of War (Postan L7) Lithograph, 1918, on brown wove paper, signed and dated in pencil, presumably a proof aside from the numbered edition of 12, with margins Image 370 x 444mm (14 1/2 x 17 3/8in) Sheet 452 x 600mm (17 3/4 x 23 5/8in)

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              May. 31, 2023

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £1,000 - £2,000

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Paul Nash (1889-1946) A PRIVATE WORLD, PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL NASH. Portfolio of silver gelatin prints (25), 1931-1946, published by Fischer Fine Art, London, 1978. A posthumous portfolio curated by John Piper, each silver gelatin print numbered Roman numerals and editioned 17/45 in pencil on verso, with the blindstamp of the Paul Nash Trustees and The Tate Gallery Archives Department, in the original grey paper-covered solander box, with the printed title plate tipped-in to the cover The set contains the following images: I. The White Horse, Uffington, Berkshire, image size 142mm x 302mm II. The White Horse, Uffington, Berkshire, image size 175mm x 302mm III. ‘Monster Field’, Carswall’s Farm, Newent, Gloucestershire, image size 170mm x 303mm IV. Object Trouve, image size 202mm x 302mm V. Stone Post, image size 303mm x 160mm VI. Ploughed Field and Haystacks, image size 174mm x 303mm. VII. ‘Laocoon’, Carswall’s Farm, Newent, Gloucestershire, image size 193mm x 303mm VIII. Cork Drying; France (1933) or Spain(1934), image size 171mm x 302mm IX. The Box Garden, Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, image size 183 x 302mm X. Avebury Sentinel, image size 303mm x 173mm XI. Washing drying on the beach, Nice, image size 175mm x 302mm XII. Boat on the Shore, South of France, image size 201mm x 302mm XIII. ‘Empty Market Stalls, Ceuta, Morocco’, image size 176mm x 302mm XIV. The Bull Ring, Ronda, Spain, image size 182mm x 302mm XV. Bench Seats, Swanage, image size 173mm x 302mm XVI. Boat, Atlantic, image size 193mm x 302mm XVII. Chain and Net, John Nash’s home, Meadle, Berkshire, image size 302mm x 183mm XVIII. ‘Totems’, old shipyard, Rye harbour, image size 303mm x 203mm XIX. Rock recessed in grass, image size 215mm x 301mm XX. Step Edge; below Nash’s garden at New House, Rye, Sussex, image size 177m x 302mm XXI. Blue Pool, near Wareham, Dorset, image size212mm x 302mm XXII. Seashore and Steps, Swanage, Dorset, image size 175mm x 303mm XXIII. Maiden Castle, Dorset, image size 110mm x 302mm XXIV. Atlantic Voyage, image size 303mm x 181mm XXV. Dead Tree, Romney Marsh, image size 302mm x 183mm

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Apr. 25, 2023

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £5,000 - £7,000

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Paul Nash (1889-1946) A path through the woods signed 'Paul Nash' l.l., pen and ink and watercolour over pencil 38 x 27cm Provenance: The Estate of Jasper Gibbons Grinling, late of The Old Vicarage, Helions Bumpstead, Essex. Condition Report: Framed size 63 x 50cm Not viewed out of glazzed frame. Pin holes to corners. No obvious condition issues, may have lost a little colour due to age but the blue is fairly strong and in my opinion it still looks very appealing.

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            • PAUL NASH Orchard, Woods and Hills, Gloucestershire.
              Mar. 23, 2023

              PAUL NASH Orchard, Woods and Hills, Gloucestershire.

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              PAUL NASH Orchard, Woods and Hills, Gloucestershire. Watercolor, chalk and pencil on buff paper, 1943. 200x280 mm; 7 7/8x11 inches. Signed in pencil, lower left recto. Provenance: H. J. Paterson, 1943; Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London, with the label; Dr. Lewson, London; Sotheby's, London, December 15, 1971, lot 84; Hamet Gallery, London, May 1973; David Coates, London; Christie's, London, June 13, 1986, lot 244; Sotheby's, London, March 4, 1987, lot 202; private collection, New York. Exhibited: Arthur Tooth & Sons, Ltd., London, "Paul Nash," October 1943, number 3895, with the label; Hamet Gallery, London, May 1973, number 63. Published: Causey, Paul Nash, Oxford, 1980, page 462, number 1158. The current work on paper is a view of Madams, the countryside home of Nash's friends Charles and Clare Neilson, located in Gloucestershire. Nash (1889-1946) created several works from his time at Madams, writing to his wife, "This is an enchanting place. A perfect situation, the little house perched up overlooking the hills and valleys. You approach it down a winding drive through a hazel wood but it opens into a clearing with a sweet garden and orchard with the rather mountainous looking Malverns massed on the horizon" (Causey, page 296).

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            • PAUL NASH BUD VASE.
              Feb. 28, 2023

              PAUL NASH BUD VASE.

              Est: $60 - $80

              A Paul Nash (Hawaii) pottery bud vase in dark brown glaze. Signed "PAUL NASH 1981" on base. 7 1/4" x 4". Provenance: From The Estate of Marvin Oleshansky.

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946) Study for front cover of 'Outline: An Autobiography'
              Dec. 13, 2022

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Study for front cover of 'Outline: An Autobiography'

              Est: £2,000 - £3,000

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Study for the front cover of 'Outline: An Autobiography' Gouache with collage on thin blue wove paper, circa 1930s/40s, overall 235 x 160mm (9 1/4 x 6 1/4in) This work is an unused design for the front cover of Paul Nash's autobiography 'Outline'. Nash began writing his memoirs in the late 1930s but struggled to recount his experiences of the war and the autobiography was unfinished when he died in 1946. It was later published posthumously and the cover design for the first edition bears resemblance to this earlier work. This picture was previously owned by Nash's contemporary, the artist Rigby Graham, who was an admirer of Nash's work and published 'A Note on the Book Illustrations of Paul Nash' (1965). Provenance: Rigby Graham (artist, 1931-2015); thence by descent; From whom acquired by the present owner This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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            • Nash (Paul) The Wall - Dymchurch, copper engraving, 1971; and a first proof of the same (2)
              Dec. 01, 2022

              Nash (Paul) The Wall - Dymchurch, copper engraving, 1971; and a first proof of the same (2)

              Est: £600 - £800

              Nash (Paul, 1989-1946) The Wall - Dymchurch, copper engraving on Saunder's mould-made paper, image c.130 x 200mm., tipped into card mount, loose in original wrappers, [1970s]; with another copy of the same, labelled "first proof 22 Sep. 75" in ink on lower margin, tipped into card mount, both with PNT stamp of Paul Nash Trust in margin (2) ⁂ Printed from a rare copper plate of c.1923 discovered in Nash's studio after his death and issued by the Tate Gallery and Alexander Postan Publishing. These are from the library of Iain Bain, Head of Publications at the Tate Gallery and expert on copper-plate printing, who supervised the impressions. Nash was previously unknown to have worked in copper.

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            • Paul Nash, British 1889–1946, Siegfried Act II; woodcut on wove, image: 7.8 x 9.2 cm, (fram
              Nov. 30, 2022

              Paul Nash, British 1889–1946, Siegfried Act II; woodcut on wove, image: 7.8 x 9.2 cm, (fram

              Est: £300 - £500

              Paul Nash, British 1889–1946, Siegfried Act II; woodcut on wove, image: 7.8 x 9.2 cm, (framed) Please refer to department for condition report

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            • Paul Nash, British 1889–1946, Bouquet; woodcut on wove, image: 12 x 9.4 cm, (framed) <
              Nov. 30, 2022

              Paul Nash, British 1889–1946, Bouquet; woodcut on wove, image: 12 x 9.4 cm, (framed) <

              Est: £500 - £700

              Paul Nash, British 1889–1946, Bouquet; woodcut on wove, image: 12 x 9.4 cm, (framed) Please refer to department for condition report

              Roseberys
            • Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Eileen Demanding the Vote. (Help!) (Executed circa 1912-13)
              Nov. 23, 2022

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Eileen Demanding the Vote. (Help!) (Executed circa 1912-13)

              Est: £2,000 - £3,000

              Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Eileen Demanding the Vote. (Help!) signed with monogram (upper right), titled 'Eileen demanding the vote. (help!)' (lower centre) crayon, pencil and watercolour on paper 26.5 x 20cm (10 7/16 x 7 7/8in). Executed circa 1912-13

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            • PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Chain and Net, John Nash's home, Meadle, Berkshire - Rock recessed in grass (Portland?) - Step Edge; below Nash's garden at New House, Rye, Sussex. Pl. XVII, XIX und XX zu „A
              Oct. 22, 2022

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Chain and Net, John Nash's home, Meadle, Berkshire - Rock recessed in grass (Portland?) - Step Edge; below Nash's garden at New House, Rye, Sussex. Pl. XVII, XIX und XX zu „A

              Est: - €2,200

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe Chain and Net, John Nash's home, Meadle, Berkshire - Rock recessed in grass (Portland?) - Step Edge; below Nash's garden at New House, Rye, Sussex. Pl. XVII, XIX und XX zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946). Photographien um 1931-46. 3 Bromsilbergelatineabzüge 1978. Expl. „F/F“ außerhalb der Auflage von 45 Expl. Jeweils verso bezeichnet. Mit den Trockenstempeln „PNT“ (Paul Nash Trustees) und des Tate Gallery Archives Department. Auf Photopapier. 17,7 x 30,3 bis 30,3 x 18,3 cm. 1 Bl. mit minimaler Eckbestoßung. [bg]

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            • PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Dead Tree, Romney March. Pl. XV zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946).
              Oct. 22, 2022

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Dead Tree, Romney March. Pl. XV zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946).

              Est: - €2,000

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe Dead Tree, Romney March. Pl. XV zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946). Photographie um 1931-46. Bromsilbergelatineabzug 1978. Expl. 25/45. Verso bezeichnet und nummeriert. Mit den Trockenstempeln „PNT“ (Paul Nash Trustees) und des Tate Gallery Archives Department. Auf Photopapier. 30,2 x 18,3 cm. Mit schwacher Fingerspur. [bg]

              Winterberg-Kunst
            • PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Empty Market Stalls, Ceuta, Morocco - Bench Seats, Swanage - Boat, Atlantic. Pl. XIII, XV und XVI zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946).
              Oct. 22, 2022

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Empty Market Stalls, Ceuta, Morocco - Bench Seats, Swanage - Boat, Atlantic. Pl. XIII, XV und XVI zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946).

              Est: - €2,200

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe Empty Market Stalls, Ceuta, Morocco - Bench Seats, Swanage - Boat, Atlantic. Pl. XIII, XV und XVI zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946). Photographien um 1931-46. 3 Bromsilbergelatineabzüge 1978. Expl. „F/F“ außerhalb der Auflage von 45 Expl. Jeweils verso bezeichnet. Mit den Trockenstempeln „PNT“ (Paul Nash Trustees) und des Tate Gallery Archives Department. Auf Photopapier. 17,2 x 30,3 bis 19,4 x 30,3 x cm. [bg]

              Winterberg-Kunst
            • PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Avebury Sentinel - Totems', old shipyard, Rye harbour - Blue Pool, near Wareham, Dorset. Pl. X, XVIII und XXI zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946).
              Oct. 22, 2022

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe: Avebury Sentinel - Totems', old shipyard, Rye harbour - Blue Pool, near Wareham, Dorset. Pl. X, XVIII und XXI zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946).

              Est: - €2,000

              PAUL NASH London 1889 - 1946 Boscombe Avebury Sentinel - Totems', old shipyard, Rye harbour - Blue Pool, near Wareham, Dorset. Pl. X, XVIII und XXI zu „A Private World. Photographs by Paul Nash“ (1931-1946). Photographien um 1931-46. 3 Bromsilbergelatineabzüge 1978. Expl. „F/F“ außerhalb der Auflage von 45 Expl. Jeweils verso bezeichnet. Mit den Trockenstempeln „PNT“ (Paul Nash Trustees) und des Tate Gallery Archives Department. Auf Photopapier. 21,1 x 30,3 bis 30,3 x 20,4 cm. Die letzten 16 Lebensjahre widmete Nash der Photographie. 25 in diesem Zeitraum entstandene Photographien, deren Negative sich in der Tate Gallery befinden, wurden von John Piper ausgesucht, von den Original-Negativen von David Lambert abgezogen und 1978 in einer 45er Auflage von Fischer Fine Art, London verlegt. [bg]

              Winterberg-Kunst
            • PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Double sided study for 'Footballers Prefer Shell' PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Doubl
              Oct. 20, 2022

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Double sided study for 'Footballers Prefer Shell' PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Doubl

              Est: £20,000 - £30,000

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Double sided study for 'Footballers Prefer Shell' PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Double sided study for 'Footballers Prefer Shell'/ signed, dedicated and dated 'Paul Nash/for P. Morton Shand. Christmas 1938.' (lower left, /recto/), inscribed 'Sketch design for a poster' (lower right, /recto/) coloured pencil and watercolour on paper 10 1/2 x 19 1/4 in. (26.7 x 49 cm.) Executed /circa/ 1935.

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            • PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Cornfield, Avebury PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Cornfield, Avebury/ signed 'Paul Nas
              Oct. 20, 2022

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Cornfield, Avebury PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Cornfield, Avebury/ signed 'Paul Nas

              Est: £7,000 - £10,000

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Cornfield, Avebury PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Cornfield, Avebury/ signed 'Paul Nash' (lower left) pencil and watercolour on paper 10 x 14 in. (25.4 x 35.5 cm.) Executed /circa/ 1935.

              Christie's
            • PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Silbury Hill PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Silbury Hill/ signed 'Paul Nash' (lower le
              Oct. 20, 2022

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Silbury Hill PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Silbury Hill/ signed 'Paul Nash' (lower le

              Est: £7,000 - £10,000

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) Silbury Hill PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /Silbury Hill/ signed 'Paul Nash' (lower left), inscribed with colour notes pencil and watercolour on paper 10 x 14 in. (25.4 x 35.5 cm.) Executed /circa/ 1935.

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            • PAUL NASH (1889-1946) The Bridge, Romney Marsh PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /The Bridge, Romney Marsh/ sign
              Oct. 19, 2022

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) The Bridge, Romney Marsh PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /The Bridge, Romney Marsh/ sign

              Est: £80,000 - £120,000

              PAUL NASH (1889-1946) The Bridge, Romney Marsh PAUL NASH (1889-1946) /The Bridge, Romney Marsh/ signed and dated 'Paul Nash/1924.' (lower right), signed again, inscribed and dated again 'THE BRIDGE PAUL NASH 1924' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 25 x 30 in. (63.5 x 76.2 cm.) Painted in 1924.

              Christie's
            • PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946), RIVER & TREES
              Oct. 19, 2022

              PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946), RIVER & TREES

              Est: £5,000 - £8,000

              PAUL NASH (BRITISH 1889-1946)RIVER AND TREESPencil and watercolour Signed (lower left)36.5 x 56cm (14¼ x 22 in.)Provenance:Hamet Gallery, LondonSandra Lummis Fine Art, London Exhibited:London, Hamet Gallery, Watercolours and Drawings, March-April 19, no. 4

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            • Nash (Paul, 1889 - 1946). Bouquet, 1927, woodcut, signed
              Oct. 19, 2022

              Nash (Paul, 1889 - 1946). Bouquet, 1927, woodcut, signed

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Nash (Paul, 1889 - 1946). Bouquet, 1927, woodcut, signed AR * Nash (Paul, 1889 - 1946). Bouquet, 1927, woodcut printed in black on wove paper, signed, titled, dated and numbered 16/50 in pencil, with full margins, pale mount stain, very light handling marks to sheet edges, image size 122 x 95 mm (4 3/4 x 3 3/4 ins), sheet size 280 x 188 mm (11 x 7 3/8 ins), framed and glazed with Redfern Gallery label to verso, dated November 3rd 1947, giving the purchaser's name Mrs. Colin Mann QTY: (1) NOTE: Provenance: Redfern Gallery, London, where purchased by Mrs Colin Mann, November 3rd 1947 (label to verso). Postan W79; Greenwood 76.

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            • Paul Nash (1889-1946)
              Oct. 04, 2022

              Paul Nash (1889-1946)

              Est: £3,000 - £4,000

              Paul Nash (1889-1946) Paul Nash (1889-1946) Study interior, c.1930 pencil and watercolour 38 x 55.5cm Exhibited: Hamet Gallery, 'Paul Nash', March 1970, no.30; Hamet Gallery, 'Paul Nash Drawings and Watercolours', May 1973, no.37. Literature: Andrew Causey, 'Paul Nash', Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1980, no.583, p.400; Margot Eates, 'Paul Nash', John Murray, London, 1973, p.123. Eates dates the work to 1930 and lists the work as 'Interior Study, Toulon', the Nashes visited Toulon on the French Riviera for a six-week holiday in February 1930. However, Causey suggests that the fireplace could also be from Iver Heath, as it bears similarity to an oil painting titled 'Dahlias', 1927 (Causey, no.566). Wood Lane House, Iver Heath, was Nash's home growing up and his father lived there until his death in 1929. Condition Report: Framed size: 61 x 79cm.

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            • * Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Come Out to Live, 1936, original colour poster
              Jul. 21, 2022

              * Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Come Out to Live, 1936, original colour poster

              Est: £500 - £700

              * Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Come Out to Live, 1936, original colour poster Nash (Paul, 1889-1946). Come Out to Live, Buying a Season Ticket, 1936, colour lithograph, published by London Transport and printed by The Baynard Press, laid onto linen, '36/4285/1500' printed to lower left margin, some closed tears and rubbing to edges, sheet size 100.5 x 63 cm (39 5/8 x 24 3/4 ins) QTY: (1) NOTE: This poster was used by London Transport to promote the use of season tickets, particularly for daily commuting from the suburbs into the City.

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            • Folio Society.- Nash (Paul W.) Folio 60: A Bibliography of The Folio Society 1947-2006, 2007; and others Folio Society (50)
              Jul. 05, 2022

              Folio Society.- Nash (Paul W.) Folio 60: A Bibliography of The Folio Society 1947-2006, 2007; and others Folio Society (50)

              Est: £100 - £150

              NO RESERVE Folio Society.- Nash (Paul W.) Folio 60: A Bibliography of The Folio Society 1947-2006, frontispiece, plates and illustrations, original cloth, slip-case, small stain, 2007 § Taylor (Catherine, introduction) First Folio: A Little Book of Folio Forewords, frontispiece, full-page illustrations, original cloth-backed boards, slip-case, a little rubbed, 2008 § Bierce (Ambrose) The Devil's Dictionary, plates, original cloth-backed boards, slight rubbing to spine, slip-case, a little rubbed, 2003 § Graves (Robert) Goodbye To All That, portrait frontispiece, plates, original cloth, slip-case, a little rubbed, 1981; and others, Folio Society, v.s. (50)

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