Paul Nash ‘Wittenham Clumps’, watercolour, ink and chalk on paper, 1912.
The landscape depicted in this early work of Nash’s actually depict Brightwell Barrow, and not the Wittenham Clumps of the title, though some are of the opinion that it should be part of the Wittenham Clumps, a group of prominent hills on the Berkshire Downs. For more information on them, I thoroughly recommend a visit to the Wittenham Clumps website.
The cards are 140mm by 140mm, and printed on Invercote card stock using high quality inks. For some background to this scene, see the longer description below.
Also available as part of the Paul Nash Collection (Part One), alongside ‘Landscape of the Moon’s Last Phase’ and ‘Wittenham Clumps’.