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Paul Nash: the master of the image, 1889-1946.

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London, J. Murray, 1973.

1973

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FormatTextCall Number3-MCV N25.E2mItem LocationSchwarzman Building - Art and Architecture Room 300

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Paul Nash, book designs / researched and written by Clare Colvin.

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Colchester [England] : The Minories, 1982.

1982

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FormatTextCall NumberMDG (Nash) 84-747Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Print Collection Room 308
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British artists at the front / with introductions by Campbell Dodgson and C.E. Montague.

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London : Published from the offices of Country life ... and George Newnes, Ltd., 1918.

1918

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FormatTextCall NumberArents BIP+ (British 1918) 86-129Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Arents Collection Room 328

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FormatTextCall NumberBTZE+ (British artists at the front)Item LocationOffsite
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A Sense of place : the paintings of Edward Burra and Paul Nash.

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New York, N.Y. (33 Washington Place at Washington Square East) : Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York University, c1982.

1982

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FormatTextCall Number3-MCV B968 85-3790Item LocationSASB - Art & Architecture Rm 300

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The landscape vision of Paul Nash / Roger Cardinal.

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London : Reaktion, 1989.

1989

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FormatTextCall Number3-MCV N25 89-28426Item LocationSASB - Art & Architecture Rm 300

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Shakespeare's A midsommer nights dreame : newly printed from the first folio of 1623.

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London : [Ernest Benn], 1924

1924

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FormatTextCall NumberJFG 89-82Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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Shakespeare's The tragedie of King Lear : newly printed from the first folio of 1623.

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London : [Ernest Benn], 1927

1927

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FormatTextCall NumberJFG 89-83Item LocationOffsite

Genesis : twelve woodcuts / by Paul Nash ; with the first chapter of Genesis in the Authorised version.

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Soho [London] : Nonesuch Press, 1924.

1924

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Nonesuch) 91-308Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328
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FormatTextCall NumberMEM (Nach) (Bible. Old Testament: Genesis. English. 1924. Genesis)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Print Collection Room 308

Paul Nash, places.

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London : The South Bank Centre, 1989.

1989

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FormatTextCall Number3-MCV N25 94-2002Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Art and Architecture Room 300

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A specimen book of pattern papers designed for and in use at the Curwen Press / with an introduction by Paul Nash.

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London : Published for the Curwen Press by the Fleuron Ltd., 1928.

1928

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FormatTextCall NumberSchlosser 195Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Print Collection Room 308

Paul Nash : Aerial creatures / Charles Hall.

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London : Imperial War Museum in association with Lund Humphries, c1996.

1996

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FormatTextCall Number3-MCV N25 98-5945Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Art and Architecture Room 300

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Mister Bosphorus and the muses; or, A short history of poetry in Britain, variety entertainment in four acts; words by Ford Madox Ford, music by several popular composers; with harlequinade, transformation scene, cinematograph effects, and many other novelties, as well as old and tried favourites; decorated with designs engraved on wood by Paul Nash.

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London, Duckworth & Co. [1923]

1923

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FormatTextCall NumberNCR (Ford, F. M. Mister Bosphorus and the muses)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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FormatTextCall NumberNCR (Ford, F. M. Mister Bosphorus and the muses)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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Cotswold characters, by John Drinkwater, with five engravings on wood by Paul Nash.

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New Haven, Yale University Press [etc., etc.] 1921.

1921-

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FormatTextCall NumberNCZ (Drinkwater, J. Cotswold characters)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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Poet & painter; being the correspondence between Gordon Bottomley and Paul Nash, 1910-1946, edited by Claude Colleer Abbott and Anthony Bertram.

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London, New York, Oxford University Press, 1955.

1955

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FormatTextCall NumberMCV N25.A1p (Bottomley, G. Poet & painter)Item LocationSASB - Art & Architecture Rm 300

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A song about Tsar Ivan Vasilyevitch, his young body-guard, and the valiant merchant Kalashnikov, by Mikhail Yurievitch Lermontov; translated by John Cournos, with decorations by Paul Nash.

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[London] Aquila Press, 1929.

1929

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Aquila) (Lermontov, M. Y. Song about Tsar Ivan Vasilyevitch)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Welchman's hose, by Robert Graves; wood engravings by Paul Nash.

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London, The Fleuron, 1925.

1925

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Curwen) (Graves, R. R. Welchman's hose)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Dark weeping, [by] "AE." [pseud.]; designs by Paul Nash.

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[London, Faber & Faber Ltd., 1929?]

1929

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Curwen) (Russell, G. W. Dark weeping)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Nativity, by Siegfried Sassoon; designs by Paul Nash.

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[London, Faber & Gwyer, Limited, 1927]

1927

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Curwen) (Sassoon, S. L. Nativity)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Sermons by artists: Paul Nash, David Low, Robert Gibbings [and others] ...

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London, Printed by the Golden Cockerel Press, 1934.

1934

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Golden) (Sermons by artists)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Wagner's music drama of the Ring. With wood engravings by Paul Nash.

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London, N. Douglas [1925]

1925

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FormatTextCall Number*MEC W33.6.L3Item LocationOffsite

Edward Howard Marsh collection of papers, [1886]-1963 bulk ([1910]-1952).

Mixed material

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FormatMixed materialCall NumberBerg Coll MSS MarshItem LocationSchwarzman Building - Berg Collection Room 320

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In praise of patterned papers : a collection of essays / by Paul Nash ... [et al.] ; with an introduction by Tanya Schmoller.

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Oldham [Eng.] : Incline Press, 1997.

1997

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Incline) 05-83Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Paul Nash : landscape and the life of objects / Andrew Causey.

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Farnham ; Burlington, VT : Lund Humphries, 2013.

2013

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FormatTextCall NumberJQF 13-1299Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Art & Architecture Room 300

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Outline : an autobiography / Paul Nash.

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London : Lund Humphries, 2016.

2016-2016

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FormatTextCall NumberJQE 17-974Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Art & Architecture Room 300

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Paul Nash : éléments lumineux = sunflower rises / coordination éditoriale, Alice Neurohr.

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Arles, France : Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles, [2018]

2018

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FormatTextCall NumberJQF 19-46Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Art & Architecture Room 300

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Paul Nash : the master of the image, 1889-1946.

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London : J. Murray, 1973.

1973

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FormatTextCall NumberND497 N17 Ea82Item LocationOff-site

A Sense of place : the paintings of Edward Burra and Paul Nash.

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New York, N.Y. (33 Washington Place at Washington Square East) : Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York University, c1982.

1982

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FormatTextCall NumberFA4111.860.10Item LocationOff-site

Seaside surrealism : Paul Nash in Swanage / Pennie Denton.

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Swanage : Peveril Press, 2002.

2002

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FormatTextCall NumberN6797.N37 D46 2002Item LocationOff-site

Outline : an autobiography / Paul Nash.

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London : Lund Humphries, 2016.

2016-2016

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FormatTextCall NumberN6797.N37 A3 2016Item LocationOff-site

Paul Nash / edited by Emma Chambers.

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London : Tate Publishing, 2017

2017-2016

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FormatTextCall NumberN6797.N37 A4 2017Item LocationOff-site

British artists at the front.

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London : Published from the offices of "Country Life", 1918-

1918-present

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FormatTextCall Number14094.92.215qItem LocationOff-site

Cotswold characters / by John Drinkwater, with five engravings on wood by Paul Nash.

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New Haven : Yale University Press, [c1921]

1921

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FormatTextCall Number3721.7.327Item LocationOff-site

Welchman's hose, by Robert Graves, wood engravings by Paul Nash.

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London, The Fleuron, 1925.

1925

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FormatTextCall NumberPR6013.R35 W4 1925Item LocationOff-site

British artists at the front.

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London : Published from the offices of "Country Life", 1918-

1918-present

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FormatTextCall Number14094.92.215q OversizeItem LocationOff-site

Cotswold characters / by John Drinkwater, with five engravings on wood by Paul Nash.

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New Haven : Yale University Press, [c1921]

1921

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FormatTextCall Number3721.7.327Item LocationOff-site