Our latest collaboration with Tate London features world-renowned Romanticist landscape artist and "painter of light" JMW Turner. A child prodigy, Turner was born and raised in Covent Garden; but as his career progressed, he refused to be a social climber. Turner remained an enigmatic figure and true original to the end, living by his own rules — an outlook embodying the spirit of Dr. Martens. This season, we've created a collection printing two of Turner's greatest works of art — The Decline of the Carthaginian Empire (c. 1817) and Fisherman at Sea (c. 1796) — onto a crackled and textured leather that seems like an aged, painted canvas.
11" leather satchel
Features "The Decline of the Carthaginian Empire" (c. 1817)
Printed onto a combination of crackly Cristal Suede and smooth Kiev leather
Adjustable cross-body strap
Pocket in front
Name card holder
Dimensions: 11" wide x 8" tall and 3" deep, shoulder strap 45"
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