HERALDRY

From an early age, Tim’s ambition was to become a heraldic artist and he has worked at HM College of Arms for 30 years. Heraldry features in much of his work, including many commissions for the Royal Family and the City of London Livery Companies.

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Arms of the Drapers' Company heraldry
Arms of the Drapers' Company of London, gouache and gold on vellum.
Arms of the Plaisterers' Company heraldry
Arms of the Plaisterers' Company of London in a window at Plaisterer's Hall, etched from Tim's design.
Rothschild Royal Arms in the Diamond Jubilee Window at Westminster Hall heraldry
Tim's painting of the Royal Arms, which he helped design, in the Diamond Jubilee Window at Westminster Hall. Commissioned by the stained glass artist, John Reyntiens.
Lovett book heraldic flags heraldry
An illustration from 'The British Library Companion to Calligraphy, Illumination and Heraldry' by P. Lovett, showing various types of heraldic flag.
Lovett book heraldry
An illustration from 'The British Library Companion to Calligraphy, Illumination and Heraldry' by P. Lovett, showing the UK orders of chivalry and the arms of Garter King of Arms.
Duchess of Cornwall an Honorary Liveryman of the Plaisterers' Company heraldry
Vellum scroll creating HRH The Duchess of Cornwall an Honorary Liveryman of the Plaisterers' Company of London.
Arms of HRH The Duchess of Cornwall heraldry
Arms of HRH The Duchess of Cornwall in gouache and gold on vellum.
RSL The Royal Arms of George IV heraldry
The Royal Arms of George IV, from a  vellum scroll presented to a Companion of The Royal Society of Literature.