Arthur Ransome mentions the Gordons in his Autobiography (p. 129): ‘Miss Turner, who married Jan Gordon the art critic, and with him produced some lively illustrated travel books, came to Coniston for a few days, and on a general walk over to Ambleside put us all to shame by her tree-climbing skill when we had stopped for bread and cheese and beer by the Drunken Duck at Barngates.’
Jan and Cora were married on July 7th 1909 at the Parish Church of Saint Luke, Chelsea.
When the war ended the Gordons returned to Paris, but from time to time they visited their friends in England and exhibited art. For example in April 1925 they had a show at the London Gallery XXI (Graham Sutherland, who appears in Jan's much later "Art Ain't All Paint", had his first exhibition of drawings and engravings at this gallery this same year). See: http://janandcoragordonart.blogspot.com/2014/10/jan-and-cora-gordon-and-xxi-gallery.html .