Times New Roman is a serif typeface which is commissioned by the British Newspaper The Times in 1931. The font family was designed by Victor Lardent in collaboration with the British branch of the printing equipment company Monotype Imaging. Times New Roman no longer used by The Times newspaper but the font family is still very common in book and general printing.
Through a distribution with Microsoft products and as a standard computer font, it has been one of the most widely used typefaces in the history. The Times New Roman font has a robust color on the page and influences of French, Dutch and Belgian early modern and Baroque printing. This style is sometimes categorized as part of the old-style of serif fonts, or as a subgenre of this the ‘Dutch taste’ style.
Times New Roman has a robust colour on the page and influences of French, Dutch and Belgian early modern and Baroque printing. This style is sometimes categorised as part of the old-style of serif fonts, or as a subgenre of this the ‘Dutch taste’ style.
The ultimate origin of the ‘Roman’ (regular) style of Plantin and Times New Roman was a metal type created in the late sixteenth century by French artisan Robert Granjon and preserved in the collection of the Plantin-Moretus Museum of Antwerp.
Times New Roman Alternative Fonts
The following fonts are highly similar and useful to Times New Roman font. You can use these fonts for personal use also commercial use.
The above fonts are chosen from various established resources like Google fonts, 1001Fonts, Dafont etc. sites and they can be used both for personal and commercial purposes.