Paul Nash ‘Wood on the Downs’, oil on canvas, 1929.
Located near Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire, this engaging painting deserves contemplation, revealing more detail the more one looks at it; the white clouds on the distant horizon, the paths running over the hills on the right, mounds of bone-white chalk above a skilfully rendered cliff or quarry face.
The card is 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’.