- The Shore, 1923
- Paul Nash
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- Original: Oil paint on canvas, 62.2 x 94cm Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Tate
After suffering a nervous breakdown following his experiences as a war artist, Nash and his wife rented a cottage in the picturesque village of Dymchurch on the Kent coast. This remarkably atmospheric painting depicts the conflict between man and nature. The vast post-war defences face off towards the sea; devoid of any figures, the beach is a no manís land that stretches between the two.
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