The artist Paul Nash (1889–1946) was one of the leading British artists of the early-twentieth century, celebrated for his lyrical depictions of the British landscape, Surrealist imagery and his work as a war artist.

This is the first public showing of the collection of his work amassed by his great friend Clare Neilson which has recently been gifted to Pallant House Gallery through The Art Fund, including important early wood engravings and etchings, photographs, collage, correspondence and illustrated books.