(British 1782 - 1856)
Frederick Nash was a watercolour painter.
He first studied at the Royal Academy, then under Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804).
Nash was the architectural draughtsman to the Society of Antiquaries in 1807. He contributed to the Royal Academy between 1800 and 1847 and to the Society of Painters in Watercolours between 1810 and 1856.
Nash was declared by Turner to be the finest architectural painter of the day.