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Andrew Stewart Jamieson

   

 
Andrew Stewart Jamieson is considered to be one of the worlds leading Heraldic Artists. Working to commission he has built a considerable reputation since graduating from art school in 1983, producing coats of arms, family trees, presentation scrolls, certificates and illuminated books. His clients have included the British Royal Household, several dynastic families
in Europe, the Catholic Church, the Armed Forces, Livery Companies of the City of London as well as many corporate and private individuals.

Andrew has worked as a Herald painter for HM College of Arms in London, He has taught several summer schools in Heraldry, Calligraphy and Manuscript Illumination. In 1996 he was invited to Canada to take part in an exhibitionentitled, 'Twelve Masters of Heraldic Art' at the Museum of Civilisation in Ottawa. He was also presented with the Corel Prize for Heraldic Excellence by the sponsors of the event at the Governor General's residence.

1998 saw the publication of 'Coats of Arms' an immensely popular small book on heraldry. Andrew is currently the heraldic assistant to the Queen's Scribe helping produce the Peerage Patents for the House of Lords. Andrew lives and works in the beautiful and ancient County of Somerset in England, close to the site of King Arthurs Camelot and the Isle of Avalon.

E-mail Andrewjamie@aol.com

 


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