Duncan and Godfrey in ‘The Coster’s Courtship’

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The First Exhibition of the Camden Town Group June 1911
The First Exhibition of the Camden Town Group June 1911
Title Duncan and Godfrey in ‘The Coster’s Courtship’
Artist John Doman Turner
Date c. 1911
Medium Pastel
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Exhibitions Camden Town Group 1911 First Exhibition Carfax Gallery
Source Featured in Camden Town Group first exhibition catalogue http://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/the-first-exhibition-of-the-camden-town-group-r1104680


Doman Turner, again, introduced in pastel Duncan and Godfrey, a jolly duo from the great [end of p.116] [beginning of p.118] days of the Halls, and popular at the Bedford, that “Pav.” of Camden Town.

Source: ‘Souvenir of Camden Town: A Commemorative Exhibition’, Louis F. Fergusson, The Studio – Feb 1930
Source URL: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/louis-f-fergusson-souvenir-of-camden-town-a-commemorative-exhibition-r1104289

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