Organised by the Kent Volunteer Fundraising Committee

Paul Nash - private introductory lecture and exhibition

Visit and Talk | Tate Britain

Friday 3 February 2017 - 10:30

After coffee, the group will be given an illustrated introductory talk on Paul Nash and the fascinating exhibition (the largest for a generation) of the wide-ranging works of this distinctively English artist.

Best-known perhaps for his work as a war artist during both the First and Second World Wars, Paul Nash also painted surreal and mystical English landscapes and was fascinated with Britain’s ancient past, spending a great deal of time in southern England exploring the Downs and coastal areas. The exhibition includes some of his earliest drawings and takes us through to his final visionary landscapes and shows us how he engaged with international modern art movements such as surrealism.

Tate members should provide their membership details for further discount.

This event has been organised by the Kent Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.

Venue information

Tate Britain

Millbank, Westminster, SW1P 4RG

Entry details

£35 (includes coffee on arrival, lecture and exhibition ticket)

To book, please contact Jane Johnson on kent@artfund.org.uk

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