Welcome to Timothy Mowl's site on historic landscapes and gardens and architectural history. After publishing 14 books, Tim has now completed his Historic Gardens of England series in order to free himself up for other projects. These include mentoring past students and work on his own research topic - a biography of the Great God Pan. His latest article, published in the 2016 Winter issue of Garden History, concerned the true architectural inspiration behind the celebrated Palladian Bridge at Wilton House
The last book, which appeared in May 2016, was Hampshire, published by Stephen Morris.
Regency Gardens Lectures
In advance of the twin anniversaries of the deaths of Jane Austen and Humphry Repton, Tim has been lecturing on the gardens of the Regency period.
This book of 12 urban architectural walks has inspired one of Tim's mentorees to embark on a similar book of walks in Plymouth.
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Tim is Emeritus Professor in the History of Architecture & Designed Landscapes at the University of Bristol. He is also an historic buildings consultant and director of AHC Consultants