Timothy Dickson is an author, art historian and collector of contemporary British art. He trained as a graphic designer and has spent his career working within the creative industries. He assisted on the monographs of Elizabeth Frink Prints (Caroline Wiseman, 1998) and Harry Epworth Allen (John Basford, 2005). He has written two publications on the Anglo-Canadian landscape painter, Stanley Royle (2008 & 2012). His last publication, a biography and print catalogue raisonné of the Sheffield printmaker and graphic designer, Leonard Beaumont coincided with a retrospective exhibtion of Beaumont's printwork at the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield (2013). Beaumont himself was a contemporary of the Jaggers, and as a student at the Sheffield Technical School of Art knew them personally and greatly admired their work.
Works from Timothy Dickson's collection were included in 'Amongst The Constellations' (Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield 2002), 'Tracey Emin' (York Art Gallery 2007) and 'A Private Affair' (Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston 2012). He curated Leonard Beaumont: Prints & Drawings (Derwent-Wye, Rowsley, Derbyshire 2013) and an exhibition of works on paper by Peter Doig entitled 'There is No Wealth but Life' (The Scottish Queen, Sheffield 2015). He has also lectured extensively on collecting contemporary British art.
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Edith Jagger, 'Autumn' (Design for Painted Fabrics) 1928
Charles Sargeant Jagger, 'Scandel' 1930
David Jagger, 'Sir Malcolm Campbell' 1926