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   Nash
   John Northcote
   J. N. N. ; sig.: John Nash ;
   artist Christine Kuhlensthal (1895-1976) in 1918
   
   1893 in Ghuznee Lodge, Kensington, London
   1977
   Colchester, Essex
   barrister
   artist Paul (1889-1946) (brother) ; gardener Barbara (1xxx-1xxx) (sister) ;
   Wellington College. Journalism. no formal art training, guidance of artist Gilman & brother Paul
   United Kingdom
   Robert Gathorne-Hardy (1902-1973): Wild Flowers in Britain (1938) ; Clarence Elliott's seed catalogue (1926) ; W. Dallimore: Poisonous Plants (1927) ; P. Synge: Plants with Personality (1938) ; J. N.: English Garden Flowers (1948) ; G. White: Natural History of Selborne (1951) ;
   1918 & 1940 War Artist, 1934 to WWII taught at Design School, Royal Academy of Art, Colchester Art School, founding member Colchester Art Society
   Paul Nash (1xxx-1xxx) ;
   botanical drawing, oil painting, wood engraving, line block, and lithography
   http://www.meemelink.com/books_pages/04199.Gathorne.htm ; http://fmhibd.library.cmu.edu/HIBD-DB/ArtCat/recordlist.php?-skip=11050&-max=25 ;
   Hunt Institute Botanical Library Pittsburgh, PA ; Minories Art Gallery Tate Museum: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Nash_(artist)
   Nissen: Botan. Buchillustration 1966 ; Royal Academy retrospective catalogue 1967 ; Lawrence 1968: 176f. ;
   Whiteleaf & Meadle, Buckinghamshire. 1921-44 Gloucestershire. 1968 at Bottengams Farm, Wormingford, Essex, England, "artist plantsman". See also: http://www.vblfcollection.org.uk/john-nash-1893-1977-pigs/ and http://fmhibd.library.cmu.edu/HIBD-DB/ArtCat/recordlist.php?-skip=11050&-max=25 .
   
   
   





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