Paul Nash

LANDSCAPE OF THE WITTENHAM CLUMPS

LANDSCAPE OF THE WITTENHAM CLUMPS

1946 Paul Nash (1889 − 1946)

In the autumn the Nash family used to visit Sinodun House, near Wallingford in Oxfordshire and in sight of the Wittenham Clumps: two distinctive chalk hills capped by beech trees. These held a particular appeal to the artist, suggesting something mystical and symbolic, Nash later described them as ‘the Pyramids of my small world.’

  • Accession Number P93
  • Dimensions 17 X 25 CM
  • Media PENCIL AND GREY WASH ON PAPER

Work Theme

Past exhibitions

PAUL NASH: MODERN ARTIST, ANCIENT LANDSCAPE

  • 2003
    • UK, Liverpool, Tate Liverpool

PAUL NASH PLACES

  • 1990
    • UK, Colchester, The Minories
    • UK, Exeter, Royal Albert Memorial Museum
  • 1989
    • UK, York, York City Art Gallery
    • UK, Eastbourne, Towner Art Gallery And Museum

PAUL NASH 1889-1946

  • 1971
    • UK, Newcastle, Northern Arts Gallery

AGUARELAS E DESENHOS INGLSES DO SECULO VINTE

  • 1955
    • Portugal, Lisbon, Secretariado Nacional Da Informacao

BRITISH DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLOURS OF THE 20TH CENTURY FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE BRITISH COUNCIL

  • 1980
    • Germany, Karl-Marx-Stadt, Stadtische Kunstammlungen
    • Germany, Weimar, Kunstammlungen
    • Germany, Leipzig, Altes Rathaus
    • Germany, Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum
  • 1978
    • Czechoslovakia, Prague, Kinsky Palace
    • Czechoslovakia, Ceske Budejovice, Ceske Budejovice
    • Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovak National Gallery
  • 1977
    • Romania, Bucharest, National Gallery
    • Germany, Berlin, Neue Berliner Galerie
  • 1976
    • Hungary, Budapest, National Gallery
    • Bulgaria, Sofia, National Gallery
  • 1975
    • France, Bourges, Maison De La Culture
  • 1974
    • Korea, Seoul, National Museum Of Contemporary Art
  • 1973
    • Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo
    • Japan, Sendai, Sendai
    • Japan, Yokohama, Yokohama
    • Japan, Nagano, Nagano
  • 1969
    • Chile, Chile
  • 1968
    • Argentina, Buenos Aires, British Council Office - Buenos Aires
  • 1966
    • Algeria, Algiers, British Council Office - Algiers
  • 1965
    • Hong Kong, Hong Kong City Hall Art Gallery
  • 1964
    • Lebanon, Sursock Museum
  • 1963
    • Gibraltar, Calpe Institute
    • Malta, Valletta, Malta Society Of Arts
  • 1962
    • Greece, Athens, Centre Of Letters And Fine Arts Of The Ministry Of Education
  • 1961
    • Finland, Finland
  • 1960
    • Austria, Vienna, British Council Office - Vienna
  • 1958
    • Belgium, Belgium
  • 1955
    • Canada, Canada
    • Portugal, Coimbra, Museu Da Nacional Machado De Castro
    • Portugal, Porto, Museu Nacional Soares Dos Reis
    • Portugal, Lisbon, Lisbon
  • 1954
    • Israel, Haifa, Museum Of Modern Art
    • Israel, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Museum
  • 1953
    • New Zealand, Palmerston, The Science Centre And Manawatu Museum
    • New Zealand, Wanganni
    • New Zealand, Nelson, Suter Art Gallery
    • New Zealand, Auckland, Aukland City Art Gallery
    • New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington City Art Gallery
    • New Zealand, Napier, Napier
    • New Zealand, Christchurch, Robert Mcdougall Art Gallery
    • New Zealand, Dunedin, Dunedin Public Art Gallery
  • 1952
    • Spain, Madrid, British Institute
    • Spain, Barcelona, British Institute
    • Germany, Heidelberg, Kurpfalzisches Museum
    • Germany, Mannheim, Kunsthalle
    • Germany, Konstanz, Europahaus
  • 1951
    • Germany, Dortmund, Museum Am Ostwall
    • Germany, Kunsthalle
    • Germany, Munich, Amerika Haus
    • Germany, Wiesbaden, Landesmuseum
    • Germany, Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie

PAUL NASH PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS

  • 1950
    • Canada, London, Regional Art And Historical Museum
  • 1949
    • Canada, New Brunswick Museum
    • Canada, Owens Gallery Of The Mount Allison School Of Art
    • Canada, Art Gallery Of Ontario
    • Canada, National Gallery Of Canada
    • Canada, Winnipeg Art Gallery
    • Canada, Vancouver Art Gallery
    • Canada, Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts
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