The swan formed a part of the private imagery Nash and Eileen Agar shared in their letters and drawings to each other during their affair, hence his gifting of this watercolour to her.
|Paper Size||28 x 39.5 cm|
|Provenance||Eileen Agar, gift from the artist|
|Exhibited||Redfern Gallery, London, 1935; The Fine Art Society, London, 2004; Tate Gallery, London, 2016|
|Literature||‘Paul Nash, The Painter’s Object,’ 1937, p.115; ‘Paul Nash’, Tate Gallery, 2016, p. 131|
|Reference||Andrew Causey, ‘Paul Nash’, 1980, p.431 & 527, cat. no. 830|