The Society of Heraldic Art


Neil Bromley SHA + click image(s) to enlarge

Neil Bromley studied art at college for six years, graduating with an H.N.D. in Calligraphy and Heraldry at Reigate School of Art in 1995. Whilst studying at Reigate he was awarded two bursaries from the Worshipful Company of Scriveners and the Company of Painters/Stainers.

Neil lives in Devon and has established himself in Exeter as an Heraldic Artist and Illuminator. He is a member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen.

Neil is an elected Craft Member of the Society of Heraldic Arts.

His work includes paintings of full coats of arms, honorary scrolls and grants of arms. He also produces heraldic work for reproduction, calligraphic work, and the reproduction of medieval manuscript pages.

All work is produced on vellum. He uses 23.5K gold leaf and gesso where possible as well as shell Gold along with other medieval techniques. The durable quality of his materials ensures that the documents will last for a long time and are finished to the best possible standard.

Neil attended the 2006 Genealogical and Heraldic Congress in St. Andrews (Scotland) and was awarded the Barden Prize for outstanding work.

He is currently designing coins for Westminster collection as well as other ongoing private commissions.

Tel: 01392 444190

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