Archival quality, giclée reproduction of John Nash's The Cornfield from Tate’s collection of Modern Art. Executed in the summer of 1918 at Chalfont Common in Buckinghamshire.
John Nash served in the army in the World War One. In 1918 he left the army and became an official war artist. The Cornfield was the first painting he made after that, which did not depict the subject of war. John wrote that he and his brother Paul used to paint for their own pleasure only after six o'clock, when their work as war artists was over for the day. Hence the long shadows cast by the evening sun across the field in the centre of the painting.
Printed on beautiful, high quality paper and all available either framed or unframed.
Made in England. Packaged flat.
30 x 40 cm
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