• Laina Watt

John Nash Prints - The Landscape of Love and Solace

Updated: May 22

To coincide with the awe-inspiring exhibition at the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne we have launched a new, expanded range of Limited edition and open edition prints by John Nash. This is the most comprehensive major exhibition of work in over 50 years by John Nash, one of the most versatile and prolific artists of the 20th century. The Landscape of Love and Solace opens at Towner on 18 May until 26 September 2021 and will tour to Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park from 23 Oct 2021 to 2 January 2022.


More information about the paintings of John Nash and this show can be found here: https://www.townereastbourne.org.uk/exhibition/john-nash-the-landscape-of-love-and-solace/


Browse our new range of John Nash Prints here.

In a career spanning more than seven decades, artist John Nash produced work across a range of mediums, from iconic oil paintings, now housed in some of Britain’s most important art galleries and collections, to accomplished wood engravings, line-drawings, lithographs and watercolours.

Combining acute observation and a strong individual vision Nash’s oeuvre includes many of the finest depictions of the British landscape created in the 20th century. Often overshadowed by his brother and fellow artist Paul Nash, John Nash has not been the subject of a major exhibition since the Royal Academy’s retrospective exhibition of his work in 1967, which at this time was also an unprecedented honour for a living Royal Academician. Nash was one of a small number of artists who were Official War Artists in both the First and Second World Wars. An artist who did not have formal art school training, he was greatly respected by his contemporaries, particularly for his production of one of the most highly regarded paintings of the Great War, Over the Top, 1918, now in the Imperial War Museum Collection. He is also now renowned for his ‘thanksgiving to survival’ of the Great War, The Corn Field, 1918, which features in this exhibition along with a range of other first and second world war-era works.


Our range of John Nash Limited Edition Prints includes 'The Corn Field' as well as


Above: Limited edition art print 'The Corn Field' by Nash.


Our range also includes affordable open edition prints of his iconic First World War paintings 'Over the Top' and 'Oppy Wood'. We also offer a bespoke custom framing service to ensure your print arrives ready to hang on your wall.


Below: Oppy Wood Art Print by John Nash.



We also offer an extensive collection of prints by John's elder brother Paul Nash including his 'Wood on the Downs' print and 'Rye Marshes'. Browse Paul Nash Prints


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