Paul Nash 1889-1946
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Paul Nash 1889-1946 a Northern Arts exhibition, organised by Ian Barker at the Northern Arts Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, September 20-October 16, 1971 by Northern Arts Gallery.

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  • Nash, Paul, -- 1889-1946.

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Microfiche reproduction ofcatalogue originally published: Newcastle upon Tyne, Northern Arts Gallery, 1971.

Statementcatalogue and research by Andrew Causey
ContributionsCausey, Andrew.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche
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Open LibraryOL14117611M

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