Fonds MSG 194 - John Northcote Nash Fonds

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John Northcote Nash Fonds

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  • 1921 (Creation)
    Nash, John Northcote, 1893-1977

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4.5 cm of textual records

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Wood engraver and painter John Northcote Nash was born in London. After serving in the British army in World War I, he was commissioned to produce paintings for the Imperial War Museum and was also an official war artist during World War II. From 1934 to 1957 he taught design at the Royal College of Art.

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Nash's papers comprise original illustrations for Nouveau Poor by Belinda Blinders, edited by Desmond Cooke (1921), together with drawings for and letters concerning G. Sieveking's Dressing Gowns and Glue (1921).

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