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With Sarah Richardson, Keeper of Art

Landscape from a Dream by Paul Nash © Tate, London 2015


Thursday 28 September

Thursday 12 October

Friday 24 November

9 January 2018

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£3 + exhibition admission


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24 November

9 January


Join curator Sarah Richardson for an enjoyable introduction to the much-anticipated Paul Nash exhibition.

The exhibition is organised by Tate Britain in association with the Laing Art Gallery and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.

Read our blog on Paul Nash’s First World War experiences and paintings.


These reviews reflect the exhibition in its original form at Tate Britain.

The Guardian


Pain, wonder and inescapable menace. Read more

The Telegraph


Paul Nash at Tate Britain is one of the year’s essential exhibitions. Read more

The Times


This retrospective offers the first chance in 40 years to discover not just the full range but the true depth of this painter. Read more

TimeOut London


At his best, Nash combines surrealism and Englishness while avoiding both the superficial trickery of the former and the parochial lyricism of the latter. Read more


Key themes recur, but the visionary landscape painter experimented constantly. Read more



One of Britain’s greatest painters gets the show he deserves Read more

The Lady


This is an exhibition that must be seen because it shows so well the breadth of this man’s achievements.Read more