Landscapes by John Northcote Nash

Harbour Scene by John Northcote Nash

Harbour Scene by John Northcote Nash

John Northcote Nash was born in London in 1893. Although he had no formal art training, he became an influential landscape painter, one of the founding members of the London Group, and a member of the New English Art Club.

The Dredgers, Bristol Docks by John Northcote Nash

The Dredgers, Bristol Docks by John Northcote Nash

Lock Gates, Bath by John Northcote Nash

Lock Gates, Bath by John Northcote Nash

The Viaduct by John Northcote Nash

The Viaduct by John Northcote Nash

A Berkshire Hillside by John Northcote Nash

A Berkshire Hillside by John Northcote Nash

The Garden in Winter by John Northcote Nash

The Garden in Winter by John Northcote Nash

Nash worked in oil and watercolor, often depicting the rural landscape as modified by farming, railroads and other industries. In his later years, he taught at the Ruskin School of Art and the Royal College of Art. He passed away in 1977.

Skye by John Northcote Nash

Skye by John Northcote Nash

For more information on John Northcote Nash, go here and here, and see tons more examples of the artist’s work here.

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