Margot Eates. With an appreciation by Cecil Day Lewis.
John Murray. London. 1973. First edition. Hardback; red cloth-bound boards with gilt titles and decoration, top-edge red, dust jacket. xvi, 156 pages. Illustrated in b&w and colour. English. 295 x 235mm. 1.5kg. 071952671x. Near fine, in near fine dust jacket; slight shelf wear and yellowing to dust jacket, price-clipped.
A key monograph on the life and work of Paul Nash. The author follows the thread of Nash's career through the first half of the twentieth-century, exploring each chapter of his life in detail and with illustrations. The book concludes with a chronological list of works, listing over a thousand of Nash's paintings and drawings.