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© The Estate of John Nash. All Rights Reserved 2012/ Bridgeman Art Library. Purchased, 1966. Museums Sheffield
View from the Studio
Date Made/Found: 1960
Artist: John Nash , British, 1893 - 1977
Material and Medium: watercolour on paper
Dimensions: Frame: 685 x 807 x 24mm Sight size: 421 x 555mm
Department: Visual Art
Accession Number: VIS.5241
During the 1960s John Nash lived and worked in Wormingford, Essex, which was situated in an area he called the ‘Essex-Suffolk highlands’. This watercolour from his studio looks like it was painted on a chilly winter’s day, with snow on the ground and the glow of the sun reflecting on the trees. ‘The artist’s main business is to train his eye to see, then to probe, and then to train his hand to work in sympathy with his eye’ John Nash
Display Location: In Store
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