Chichester's Pallant House Gallery has announced a major gift of works and correspondences by the British artist Paul Nash (1889 - 1946), one of the leading artists of the early twentieth-century. The Collection, amassed by Nash's great friend Clare Neilson, has been gifted to the Gallery by her godson, Jeremy Greenwood and Alan Swerdlow, with the assistance of The Art Fund. Nash met Neilson in the early 1930s, establishing an intimate friendship that was to last until Nash's death in 1946. The Gift, which includes important early wood engravings and etchings, photographs, collage, correspondence and illustrated books, will be celebrated with a dedicated exhibition in the De'Longhi Print Room from 9 April - 30 June 2013.
It's all change at the Gallery this month with the opening of the Spring exhibition and events programme. Offerings inlude a small display of John Hubbard's landscapes on the wall of the Garden Gallery and a major retrospective of R.B. Kitaj across all the satellite rooms of the Galleria. The Gallery also welcomes new Director, Gregory Perry, who joins from the National Gallery.
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Published 25th February 2013
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