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date: 15 October 2019

Doubleday, John Vincent free

Born 9 Oct. 1947; s of late Gordon V. and Margaret E. V. Doubleday; m 1969, Isobel J. C. Durie; two s (and one s decd)

sculptor, since 1968

Education

Stowe; Goldsmiths’ College School of Art.

Career

Exhibitions include: Waterhouse Gallery, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971; Galerie Sothmann, Amsterdam, 1969, 1971, 1979; Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh, 1973; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, 1974; Pandion Gallery, NY, Aldeburgh Festival, 1983; Ujjain Internat. Fest., 2010; retrospective, Minories Galls, Colchester, 2017; works include: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Golda Meir, 1976; Charlie Chaplin (Leicester Square), 1982; Beatles (Liverpool), Dylan Thomas, 1984; Royal Marines Commando Meml, Lympstone, Devon, 1986; Sherlock Holmes (Meiringen), 1991; Dorothy L. Sayers (Witham), 1994; J. B. Pflug (Biberach), 1994; Nelson Mandela (Mbabane and London), 1997; Gerald Durrell (Jersey Zoo), Sherlock Holmes (Baker Street Stn, London), 1999; The Dorset Shepherd, Dorchester, 2000; Col Jabara (USAF ACAD., Colorado Springs), 2004; Nelson (Gibraltar), 2005; Battle of Maldon Monument (Blackwater Estuary, Essex), 2006; Guruji Chinchalkar (Indore), 2010; Municipal Mus., Meiringen, Switzerland, 2012; HM The Queen, Gibraltar, 2013; Herbert Columbine VC (Walton-on-the-Naze), 2014; HM The Queen, Southend-on-Sea, 2016; works in public collections: Ashmolean Mus., British Mus., Herbert F. Johnson Mus., USA, Tate Gall., V & A, Nat. Mus. of Wales

Publications

John Doubleday: work, 2016

Recreations

enthusiasm for the unnecessary

Address

Goat Lodge, Goat Lodge Road, Great Totham, Maldon, Essex CM9 8BX

(01621) 891329