Image of Turner: Fishermen upon a Lee-Shore, in Squally Weather from The Guardian website

JMW Turner – surf artist extraordinaire?

The great English landscape artist JMW Turner who died in 1851 isn’t normally known as a great surf artist. Understandably, he isn’t thought to have ever ventured onto anything like a surfboard or bellyboard or have featured in Britain’s surfing history. But he undoubtedly had a good eye for.......[read more]

The Surfing Museum

The Surfing Museum is a real and vast collection and an online resource. Conceived and run by Peter Robinson a journalist and my mate, he has set himself the task of writing and documenting the history of surfing in the UK his tireless search for surfing stories, boards and.......[read more]

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  • It's behind you
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