Thomas Nicholson Tyndale (1860-1930) was a British artist, who primarily painted scenes of English villages and the countryside. Tyndale was a regular exhibitor at the Dudley Gallery Art Society and the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly. He also exhibited at least nine works at the RWA. Tyndale also painted twenty watercolours as illustrations for the book ‘Worcestershire’, published by A&C Black in 1909. Illustrations included ‘Broadway’, ‘Evesham’, ‘Littleton’, and ‘Elmley Castle’, amongst others.

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