Finishing touches being made to latest major art show coming to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

The installation of the Paul Nash painting,The Menin Road, at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts i

The installation of the Paul Nash painting,The Menin Road, at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich. Photo: �Andy Crouch 2017 - Credit: ©Andy Crouch 2017

The finishing touches are being made to the latest major exhibition coming to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich.

The installation of the Paul Nash painting,The Menin Road, at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts i

The installation of the Paul Nash painting,The Menin Road, at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich. Photo: �Andy Crouch 2017 - Credit: ©Andy Crouch 2017

The Paul Nash art show opens to the public on Saturday and features an array of work by the 20th century art giant who was renowned for his powerful depictions of the First and Second World Wars as well as his landscapes and his role in the Surrealist movement.

As these pictures show, among the works set to go on display is the artist's famous war painting called The Menin Road, which is on loan from the Imperial War Museum.

The exhibition is at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, on the University of East Anglia campus, from Saturday until August 20. It has been organised by Tate Britain in association with the Sainsbury Centre and the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle.

Tickets cost £12 (£10.50 concessions). For more about the exhibition and to book tickets, visit www.scva.ac.uk


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