En route to Sussex, we stopped off at the Ditchling Museum, which we have shamefully never been to in spite of the fact that it has recently been very beautifully renovated by Adam Richards architects, skilfully maintaining its small-scale and vernacular character. We would have liked twice the time to enjoy the collection, including a small exhibition of Edward Johnston’s typography.
Bob and Roberta Smith’s display:-
Joseph Cribb’s Madonna and the Christ Child, 1927:-
Edward Johnston’s A Game for Learning Latin, 1916:-
Tools from Dunstan Pruden’s Workshop:-
Dunstan Pruden’s Casting of ‘Our Lady’:-