John Doman Turner featured on ITV News

We are delighted to make an appearance on the following ITV News report talking about former Camden Town Group painter John Doman Turner from this weekend’s showing of the Walberswick Scroll, filmed by ITV’s Kate Prout. http://www.itv.com/news/anglia/2017-05-16/an-artists-scroll-depicting-every-building-in-the-suffolk-village-of-walberswick-gets-rare-public-outing/ You can hear Richard Scott (Art historian), Esther Freud (author of ‘The Sea House’), my father and I… Continue reading John Doman Turner featured on ITV News

An evening of talks on John Doman Turner

Poster promoting an evening of talks on the 'forgotten' Camden Town Group artist John Doman Turner and the Walberswick Scroll.

We are excited to announce that the Walberswick Local History Group have invited us to talk about our research and findings on the ‘forgotten’ Camden Town Group artist, John Doman Turner (1871 – 1938). We will be joined by Esther Freud, author of ‘The Sea House‘. Her book tells the story of Max Meyer an artist who walks around a village,… Continue reading An evening of talks on John Doman Turner

Rare outing for gigantic artwork

Our recent return to see John Doman Turner’s wonderful Walberswick Scroll as part of the Local History Group’s 25th Anniversary exhibition has made the headlines. Read the full story at the East Anglian Daily Times. My father and I had a wonderful time, I even had the pleasure of turning the scroll and telling guests… Continue reading Rare outing for gigantic artwork

Trinity Fair Scroll, Southwold

Transcript from East Anglian Daily Times discussing John Doman Turner’s scroll of the Trinity Fair published on Monday June 4 1934. Southwold Trinity Fair – Walberswick Artist’s Panaoramic Record If the hundreds of visitors to this year’s Trinity Fair at Southwold found little that differed from the showman’s attractions of recent years, many of them have, at least had… Continue reading Trinity Fair Scroll, Southwold

Visiting John Doman Turner’s scrolls at Walberswick and Southwold

March 11th, 2012 was one of those unusually ‘perfect’ days.  As we looked from our window, we were overwhelmed by the gorgeous blue sky and the sun rising from the East. It seemed to be hovering over our destination – the Suffolk coast. Stephen, my son, and I were making the journey to Walberswick, an unusual small village shrouded… Continue reading Visiting John Doman Turner’s scrolls at Walberswick and Southwold