Coinciding with the major exhibition of his work at the Tate that runs until March 5, a separate show of book designs and works on paper by the painter, war artist and designer are now on show at Charles Asprey at Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens.
The works being exhibited until March 18 at the newly built space in Vauxhall are for sale “en bloc” as one collection through dealer Carl Williams Rare Books.
Williams hopes the exhibition will reveal an “aspect of Nash’s practice that is not well known; namely that he was a prolific contributor to and designer of many publications and books between 1917 and his death in 1946”.
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