The cornfield - John Nash (artist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lived in Meadle.
John Nash - Nobel Prize winner for Economic Sciences in His struggle with the mental disorder, schizophrenia, inspired the award winning film "A Beautiful Mind" in
John Nash ‘The Moat, Grange Farm, Kimble’, exhibited 1922 © The estate of John Nash. All Rights Reserved 2010 / Bridgeman Art Library
A Gloucestershire Landscape, John Northcote Nash, 1914
'Winter Evening, Wormingford' by John Nash (watercolour)
Water Hemlock Cowbane / Cicuta Virosa Umbelliferae - wood engraving 1927 - John Nash U.
John Northcote Nash - An Avenue of Elms
"Spring Landscape" by John Nash
'Autumn' British painter John Nash Painter of landscape and still-life, wood-engraver and illustrator, particularly of botanic works.
John Nash ‘Dorset Landscape’, © The estate of John Nash. All Rights Reserved 2010 / Bridgeman Art Library Pencil, chalks and watercolour,
"Autumn landscape" by John Nash
John Northcote Nash, R. River in Winter signed 'John Nash' (lower right) oil on canvas 30 x 24 in. x 61 cm.
The Viaduct c. 1916 by John Nash (English
John Nash ‘The Cornfield’, 1918 © Tate
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Another favourite John Nash - Dorset Landscape, 1930 (from Tullie House Museum)