Lot 46: Thomas Saunders Nash (British, 1891-1968) THE HARVEST
24 October 2016
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Description: Thomas Saunders Nash (British, 1891-1968) THE HARVEST
Nash was a student of the Slade School of Art. His contemporaries included Spencer, Gertler, Nevinson and Wadsworth. He showed in London at the New English Art Club from 1920 and had his first solo exhibition at the Redfern Gallery in 1926. The gallery became regular hosts of the artist's work for over twenty years.
The Contemporary Art Society acquired two works in the early 1930s, Hop Pickers 1929 for Harrogate Art Gallery and Crucifixion, 1928 for the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle. The Reading Museum & Art Gallery held a major retrospective exhibition of Nash's work in 1980. Examples by Nash can be found in the British Museum, Whitworth Art Gallery, Birmingham Art Gallery, Ashmolean Museum, and the City Art Gallery, Manchester.
Provenance: Collection of George & Maura McClelland
Dimensions: h:21.50 w:17.50in.
Artist or Maker: Thomas Saunders Nash (British, 1891-1968)
Medium: oil on canvas