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  • 2019 Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Ferry (...)
    2019
    Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Ferry (France).
    Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 31 x 23 cm
    Composition size: 20,64 x 20,30 cm
  • 2019 Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Casso (...)
    2019
    Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Casso (French Catalonia). The general Casso (1912 - 2002) was Compagnon de la libération de la France, friend of the general de Gaulle and founder of the famous military fire brigade of Paris.
    Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 17.24 x 26.02 cm
  • 2019 Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Donikian (...)
    2019
    Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Donikian (Arménie, France).
    Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 31 x 41 cm
    Composition size: 22.56 x 22.15 cm
  • 2019 Realization and re-shaping of the Coat of Arms of the (...)
    2019
    Realization and re-shaping of the Coat of Arms of the noble family Maurey du Hamel (Normandy, France).
    Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 10.27 x 14.93 cm
  • 2019 Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Blondé (...)
    2019
    Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Blondé (Alsace, France).
    Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 18.70 x 23.68 cm
  • 2019 Création of the Coat of Arms of the R.F. Patrick Muller (...)
    2019
    Création of the Coat of Arms of the R.F. Patrick Muller (France).
    Mixed technic ink, gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 18.74 x 20.07 cm
  • 2019 Creation of the CoA of the R.F. Tim Innacone as a (...)
    2019
    Creation of the CoA of the R.F. Tim Innacone as a chaplain of the sacred military order of St George (USA).
    Mixed technic ink, gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 18.30 x 18.49 cm
  • 2019 Realization and re-shaping of the Coat of Arms of the (...)
    2019
    Realization and re-shaping of the Coat of Arms of the Rabany family (Auvergne, France).).
    Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 18.53 x 20.95 cm
  • 2019 Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Setti (...)
    2019
    Creation of the Coat of Arms of the family Setti (Belgium) under the authority of the Council of Heraldry & Vexillology of the French Community of Belgium.
    _ Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 18.36 x 26.46 cm
  • 2019 Cypher RB Napoleon III styled (France). Mixed technique (...)
    2019
    Cypher RB Napoleon III styled (France).
    Mixed technique gouache, ink and watercolour on paper made from rags ’Arches’, cold pressed 300g/m2.
    Paper size: 23 x 31 cm
    Composition size: 9.8 x 13.75 cm
  • 2019 Bookplate (France). HD digital black printing on paper (...)
    2019
    Bookplate (France).
    HD digital black printing on paper laid 120g/m2 according to my original creation hand drawn and digitized.
    Size: 7 x 9 cm ( 2.75 x 3.54").
  • 2019 Double-sided vervelle with a slewed jump ring of the (...)
    2019
    Double-sided vervelle with a slewed jump ring of the Coat-of-Arms of the French family Prie (or Prye).
    _Dimensions 25 x 12 mm, compartmentalized enamels on gilded metal. Found in a field of the countryside of Huismes near Chinon (Touraine, France). Probable dating: XIVth century.