John Nash [ 1893 - 1977 ]

John Nash was the younger brother of the famed avant-garde British artist Paul Nash. Paul advised him against going to art school, and he was thus largely self-trained. He served with the Artists’ Rifles during the First World War, and was employed as an official war artist. The resulting paintings were among his most modern, and he reverted to a more traditional style in the 1920s.

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