Nigel Walsh on Paul Nash's 'Forest' (1937)

  • Henry Moore Institute
  • Wednesday, 22 November 2017
  • Lecture in the Institute's seminar room, starting at 6pm

Nigel Walsh discusses the work of Paul Nash as part of an ongoing lecture series highlighting sculptures from the Leeds Collections.

In our continuing series of lectures studying single works from the Leeds Museums and Galleries collection, Nigel Walsh, Curator of Contemporary Art at Leeds Art Gallery, has selected Paul Nash's 'Forest' (1937) as the topic for discussion.

The Henry Moore Institute manages the sculpture collection on behalf of Leeds Art Gallery, a unique partnership that has built one of the strongest public collections of British sculpture. 

This event is free of charge and open to all, but booking is advised. For more information please contact Adam Townend, our Research Programme Assistant, or book a place online using the button below.

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United Kingdom
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