British painter and designer whose 1994 exhibition, "Big Paintings," premiered at Camden Arts Centre. His first major painting The Piano was completed in 1943.
He attended St. George's School and The Slade School of Art. He was a conscientious objector during World War II, working as an agricultural laborer for three years.
He painted a series of portraits of TS Eliot in 1947.
He was the eldest of four children born to Thomas Milner Heron and Eulalie Davies. His first daughter became an architect, and his younger daughter grew up to be a sculptor.
He was influenced by the French artist Paul Cezanne.