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Nash, Paul,

1889–1946, English painter and wood engraver. He studied at the Slade School of Art, London. Nash worked at the front as official artist in both World Wars. He helped to form Unit One, an English avant-garde group of artists and architects. Nash's paintings of the English landscape were imbued with a visionary and mystical atmosphere. His writings were published in one volume in 1949.
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While an FDIC spokesman said it was "too early" to identify a target date for the committee's first meeting or a possible timetable for the appointment of committee members, Paul Nash, who serves as FDIC Chair Sheila Blair's deputy for external affairs, has been designated the federal official for the committee.
Rifleman Paul Nash was yesterday named as the 134th British forces serviceman to be killed in Afghanistan.
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Reverend Paul Nash, who helps health workers at Birmingham Children's Hospital make life and death decisions, said it was vital that emergency guidance was available.
--Lynndale Elementary School Principal Paul Nash, Washington state's 2004 Distinguished Elementary Principal
There are reasons for this but, looked at in a wider context of the visual arts, sculpture and painting, this is uncharacteristic of British modernism which has synthesised metaphor and formal invention in, for example, the work of such artists as Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Paul Nash, and today in the work of artists contributing to what has been called the 'unpainted landscape' - Andy Goldsworthy, Richard Long and Ian Hamilton Finlay.
With government support arranged by the high arts activist Kenneth Clark, the modernists Graham Sutherland, Paul Nash, and especially Henry Moore, created moving, significant and widely-appreciated paintings of the home front.
Peter Stansky and William Abrahams are concerned with artists: sculptor Henry Moore; painters Paul Nash and Graham Sutherland - although the latter is best known in this country for the huge and magnificent tapestry in the apse of the restored Coventry Cathedral; film director Humphrey Jennings; and composer Benjamin Britten.