Painter and watercolourist. Served with the Artists' Rifles in WW1.
Person | Male Born 11/5/1889 Died 11/7/1946
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Paul Nash - NW3
Paul Nash, 1889 - 1946, war artist World Wars I & II, lived and worked here.
B. P. Arnold
Bernard Philip Arnold M.M., was born on 30 May 1893 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. He was one of the five children of Edward Alexander Arnold (1860-1908) and Osburga Arnold née Smallwood (1856-1936)....
Painter. Born Chatham in Kent. Died in a lunatic asylum at Broadmoor, outside London of "an extensive disease of the lungs".
William Morris (designer)
Designer, author and visionary socialist. Born Elm House, Walthamstow, Essex. The family moved to Woodford Hall in 1840 and to Water House in 1848. He moved in with his friend Edward Burne-Jones f...
Person, Art, Craft / Design, Literature, Seriously Famous, Iceland / Faroe Islands
Painter. Born the Netherlands. September 1938, avoiding the Nazis, he moved to Hampstead and, assisted by Ben Nicholson, rented a room in the house with the plaque. He painted it white, includin...