Welcome to the Original Works of Tim Scott Bolton
Born in Shrophsire, UK, Tim Scott Bolton was educated in Bromsgrove and the College of Estate Management, London University. He painted part-time under Ruskin Spear at the Hammersmith College of Art, worked in Kenya for a time, and exhibited at ten solo shows at the Malcolm Innes Gallery in London.
He visited India and in 1993 and opened the Summerleaze Gallery to hold art courses and exhibitions and started teaching in Burgundy at the Maison du Chateau in 1994. In 1998 he visited India and the Sultanate of Oman in 2000. In 2003 he exhibited at the Tryon gallery.
Tim Scott Bolton’s work is held in many collections including Her Majesty the Queen’s, the National Trust and the private collection of Mrs J.Paul Getty, as well as many other collections.
The 2017 Royal Tour
Tim was chosen as the artist to accompany the 2017 spring Royal tour made by their Royal Highness’s the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. Coincidentally the first day of the tour, 29th of March, was Tim’s 70th birthday and he arrived at RAF Brize Norton at 8 a.m. slightly the worse for wear! He was overwhelmed when HRH presented him with a fine plate made by one of the Princes charities in Egypt.
Tim travelled alongside the official Royal party, visiting parts of Romania, Italy and Austria, spending most of his days painting. Evidence of these works are shown on the following page. Read More >>
Celebrating the 300th Anniversary of Capability Brown
Tim Scott Bolton has painted over 60 Capability Brown landscapes and other settings across the UK for an exhibition in 2016 ahead of the Capability Brown festival, and for the release of his book ‘A Brush with Brown’.
“From childhood I have been passionate about the great country houses, many of which were abandoned and dilapidated in the 1950s when I explored them with my mother. I became a full-time artist over 40 years ago and this has allowed me to professionally indulge myself by painting them”. Tim Scott Bolton
All of Tim's artworks (where unsold) are available to purchase and can also be custom framed. If you would like to enquire about any of Tim's paintings or prints that you see on our website, you can do so via the contact page or using the form on pages featuring his work.