"Ruined Country" by Paul Nash, c.late 1917/early 1918. Nash depicted the ruined countryside as a way of carrying a message to the people of Britain of the stark realities of war. It took others many years to be able to describe in words the horrifying scenes they were to witness, but Nash managed to convey the stark brutality of the Great War with the bleakness and carnage caused to nature.
Paul Nash, Sudden Storm (1918)....I love how he tells all these pleasant and appealing story's with his work ,the viewpoint is sublime , just to imagine, he was there painting this back then ,i cant believe it .Don't tune of yet there's better to come !!!
Fiber artist Sarah K. Benning is self-taught in the craft of embroidery but brings her background in fine art to every artwork she creates. Each piece first begins as an illustration where she draws inspiration from the aesthetics of Midcentury design, interior design trends, and often making refere