John Northcote Nash (1893 –1977) was a British painter of landscapes, still life, and a wood engraver and illustrator - particularly of botanic works. At first Nash worked as a journalist for a local paper but, encouraged by his brother (famous painter Paul Nash) he turned to watercolour landscapes and comic drawings as a self-taught, artist, without academic training. Exhibiting with his brother at the Dorien Leigh Galleries in 1913, he had his first solo exhibition at Goupil Gallery in 1921. John Nash started to teach first at the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford (1924-29), and then, appointed by William Rothenstien, at the Royal College of Art as Assistant Teacher of Design (1934-1957). Here he met and befriended Eric Ravilious and Edward Bawden, and with each he enjoyed painting excursions. John Nash was elected ‘Royal Academician’ in 1951, and received the C.B.E in 1964. His art prints are now in major art collections around the world. At artrepublic we are pleased to have a selection of limited edition art prints from John Nash.
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