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ME1341

Christmas card with a design of Father Christmas stealing a Christmas tree

Artist: John Nash 1893-1977
Date: 1958
Classification: Artwork - on paper, print
Medium: Print on paper
Dimensions: 120 x 139 mm
Tate Archive No.: TGA/8910/2/2/6/1

The collection was presented to the Archive by the executors of John Nash in 1989.

© The estate of John Nash

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