WALLER, Revd Arthur Henry Naunton

1906 - 1995

Born at Waldringfield, Suffolk on 8 October 1906, son of Revd Arthur Pretyman Waller [q.v.] and his wife Constance Julia née Trevor. Like his father took his master's degree from Cambridge University and went into the church. He married at Tendring, Essex in 1938, Katharine Rosamond Eborall (30 April 1911-1988) and in 1939 was living at The Rectory, Leiston, Suffolk with his wife Katharine and was rector of Frostenden with South Cove, Suffolk 1946-1974. An amateur artist in oil and watercolour and a member at the Ipswich Art Club from 1932 until his death but exhibited in 1927 from Waldringfield Rectory, Suffolk, two watercolours 'Awaiting the Gun, Woodbridge' and 'A Breeze of Kyson' and in 1941 he had four works on show 'The Deben Estuary', 'The Suffolk Coast', 'An April Afternoon, Friston' and 'A Suffolk Mill', in 1943 six oils 'A Suffolk Haven', 'Eastbridge Marshes', 'Waldringfield Quay', 'Iken', 'The Common near Leiston' and 'The Creek', his oil painting 'The Bridge' was exhibited at their centenary in 1974. In 1977 he exhibited from 'Millfield', Waldringfield 'The Blyth at Walberswick' and in 1980 'Yachtmen's Service, Waldringfield' and 'Low Tide, Woodbridge' and was a regular exhibitor each year. He was also a member of the Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle 1948-1949, from Frostenden, Suffolk, and a member of Parson Painters Society. He died at Waldringfield in January 1995.

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