The Easel

Review: Paul Nash Tate Britain “Powerful, Moving and Surreal”

A London exhibition themes well with contemporary Brexit anxieties. Paul Nash’s abiding love was the English landscape. He was greatly influenced by the first World War and then by abstraction and surrealism. With his friends Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, he pioneered modern art in Britain. For him, the question was –“can you be both modern and British?” A short video (3 min) is here.