- Landscape at Iden, 1929
- Paul Nash
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- Original: Oil paint on canvas, 69.8 x 90.8 cm Tate. Purchased 1939 © Tate
During the 1920s, Nash was increasingly interested in and inspired by the European avant-garde. He particularly admired the works of Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico, a key influence on the surrealists. In this landscape of a rural scene at Iden in Sussex, Nash blends surrealist techniques – such as using a distorted perspective to emphasise the significance of objects – with his own visual language.
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