Armorial Art by Lee Lumbley
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Lee is a Fellow of the International Association of Amateur Heralds and his other affiliations include The Heraldry Society, Royal Heraldry Society of Canada, Society of Heraldic Arts, American Heraldry Society, International Society of Commoners Heraldry, and the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. In 2018 the book Oxford College Arms: the Intriguing Stories Behind Oxford's Shields by John Tepper Marlin PhD along with yours truly was published by Boissevain Books, New York featuring Lee's heraldic work. It is currently in it's third printing, with a fifth printing in hardback due out in the near future. Current projects include a companion volume for the University of Cambridge and an article for the Dutch publication Blazoen.
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25 January 2019: Article titled “Oxford’s Six Tudor Colleges” by John Tepper Marlin appears in the Tudor Society’s webpage at : https://bit.ly/2DIkhoU.
15 September 2018: Lecture on the Oxford College Arms by John Tepper Marlin PhD: Trinity Hall, Oxford.
10 September 2018: Review of the Book: Oxford College Arms in the Oxford Alumni e-magazine THE QUAD https://bit.ly/2xwNizA.
1 September 2018: Publication of the Book: Oxford College Arms: the Intriguing Stories Behind Oxford's Shields by John Tepper Marlin PhD with Heraldic Artist Lee Lumbley (New York: Bossevain Books, 2018) 114 pages. ISBN: 9780984523238. To purchase: please go to: https://amzn.to/2NyG0VZ (pictured left) As of Fall 2021, this volume is in edited for its fifth printing.
16-17 April 2018: Lecture on the Coats of Arms of Oxbridge by John Tepper Marlin PhD: The Oxford and Cambridge Club, London.
11 September 2021 Publication of an academic article based on Lee's research from the book Oxford College Arms in the The Heraldry Society's 2021 edition of the annual academic journal "The Coat of Arms." (pictured left)
10 October 2021 Lee presents his work on a symposium of heraldic art for the Toronto Branch of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada.
Here is a sample of Mr Lumbley's recent work. Clicking on an image will fully open the picture.