Engage with Paul Nash’s powerful paintings and surreal scenes at Tate Britain.
The largest display of the artist’s work for a generation, the exhibition features some of Nash’s famous war paintings, alongside visionary landscapes and early drawings.
See how the artist, who became an Official War Artist in 1917, conveyed the horror of the conflict through the violation of nature in his works. Learn about his fascination with the English countryside, and how this translates into evocative landscapes, where objects interact with natural elements, as in Equivalents for the Megaliths.
This exhibition is a good opportunity to see Nash’s dreamlike paintings in the context of British modernism and surrealism, alongside work of fellow artists such as Eileen Agar, Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore.