John Nash (1893-1977)

Fritillaria Imperialis
  • pencil, coloured crayon, pen and ink
  • 19 by 12.5 cm.; 7 ½ by 5 in.
  • £1,200 plus 4% ARR
John Nash (1893-1977)

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.

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