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Paul Nash: Landscape of the Vernal Equinox, 1943

I was never excited by the paintings of Paul Nash but found this evening's BBC 4 programme by Andrew Graham-Dixon was engaging and many of the works were suddenly impressive.  I'm intrigued now by Nash's preoccupation with very specific local landscapes which engaged him for years, how he found significance in the moon and equinoxes - and I can relate to his becoming a war artist.