In this unique exhibition, artist John Stezaker explores the watershed moment in British landscape painting which occurred after the First World War. The violent upheaval of the pastoral and romantic landscape caused by the War had a significant effect on Paul Nash.
Including York’s own Winter Sea and other works from our collection, the exhibition features loans from public and private collections of work by Paul Nash, his contemporaries and artists he influenced.
Alongside it is a display of rarely seen drawings, prints, photographs and ephemera from a private collection which give unique insight into the life and art of Paul Nash.
Complementing this is Aftermath – an exhibition of recent work by Stezaker himself.
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