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Nash is perhaps best ...
Nash is perhaps best known for the powerful antiwar paintings he produced late in his career. In this study, David Haycock reveals how, in engaging with the subject of war, Nash's unique talent and imagination found its true subject.
About the Author:
David Boyd Haycock is an art historian based at Wolfson College, University of Oxford, and the author of William Stukeley: Science, Archeology and Religion in Eighteenth Century England.
|1||Early Visions and Poems||11|
|2||The Void of War||24|
|3||Making a New World||37|
|4||Unit One and Surrealism||48|
|5||Further Adventures in Flight||64|