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A Celebration of Scottish Heraldry

HERALDIC ARTISTS AND OTHER ALLIED ARTS  

 
 
A selection of heraldic painters, gilders, illuminators & calligraphers, workers in stone, fabrics, enamels, wood, precious metals, glass & seal engravers, painters of ceramics, heraldic miniaturists and sculptors. If you would like to be added to the list please contact the society secretary.

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Heraldic Artists Marco Foppoli

Marco Foppoli (Italy) - Over the years Marco has achieved world fame in the circles of heraldry. However, Foppoli is also very well known in other circles such as those of the Orders of Chivalry and the Vatican. He is most known for his unique style; Foppoli has designed and painted coats of arms of European royal and noble houses and emblazoning the arms for senior members of the Catholic Church. He has also worked for numerous clients as institutions, private people and civic bodies.

Further Information & Images please visit Marco's Website

Visit Marco's Website

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Heraldic Artists Ronny Andersen

Ronny Andersen (Denmark) – Besides his position as Royal Herald Painter and Special Adviser on Heraldry at the Chapter of the Royal Danish Orders, Ronny has painted and designed numerous personal arms, noble arms, civic arms, monograms, coins, bookplates and much more; Ronny is happy to receive commissions for all kinds of heraldic artwork. Ronny is an associate member of Académie Internationale d’Héraldique, Fellow of the Society of Heraldic Arts and member of the board of Societas Heraldica Scandinavica and Societas Heraldica Danica.

Further Information & Images please visit Ronny's Website

Visit Ronny's Website

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Heraldic Artists Ljubodrag Grujic

Ljubodrag Grujic (Serbia) - Is the herald and heraldic artist to the Royal House of Karađorđević of Serbia and Yugoslavia. Ljubodrag uses primarily modern electronic vector techniques to create his artwork, but pays special attention to producing high quality works that do not fall behind more traditional heraldic techniques. The bulk of his work so far consists of several hundred private commissions worldwide, but the most influential pieces in his portfolio were the new states arms and flag for his country, commissioned by the government of Serbia.

Further Information & Images please visit Ljubodrag's Website

Visit Ljubodrag's Website

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Heraldic Artists Tomasz Steifer

Tomasz Steifer (Poland) - Graduated from the Department of Restoration of Old Prints and Graphic Arts at the academy of fine arts in Warsaw with the title of ‘Master of Fine Arts’. Tomasz creates coats of arms, heraldic emblems and badges in both the traditional techniques (drawing in ink, gouache, oil painting) and electronic computer generated graphics and uses in particular the medium of Corel (Corel Draw, Photopaint, Corel Trace) renditions both in bitmapped graphics and vector. He is a founding member of the Warsaw Polish Heraldic Society and is a Fellow of the International Association of Amateur Heralds.

Further Information & Images please visit Tomasz's Website

Visit Tomasz's Website

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Heraldic Artist Tudor-Radu Tiron

Tudor-Radu Tiron (Romania) – Tudor has a Ph.D. in history and is a member of Romanian National Committee of Heraldry, Genealogy and Sigillography. Much of his bookplate work are drawn in ink and coloured achievements are realized using acrylics, tempera and watercolour. Tudor is also a member of “Sever Zotta” Institute of Genealogy and Heraldry. He is also a honorary, full or corresponding member of several societies of heraldry, genealogy and vexillology of the Republic of Moldova, Serbia and Bulgaria.

Further Information & Images please visit Tudor's Website

Visit Tudor's Website

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Heraldic Artist Benoit Behydezell

Benoit Behydezell (France) - Born in 1976, Benoit has had a passion for heraldry and illumination since a very early age. He has studied at the Institut Supérieur Européen de L'Enluminure et du Manuscrit, in Angers, France, graduating in 2000. He presently resides in Nantes. His chosen mediums are gouache natural pigments, gold and silver leaf on parchment or paper. His art is often based on the Carolingian, Romanesque and Gothic styles which are his favourites.

Further Information & Images please visit Benoit's Website

Visit Benoit's Website

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Heraldic Artists Laurent Granier

Laurent Granier (France) - Laurent was born in 1966, and has for almost twenty years held an international reputation as an inspired herald and heraldic artist. Among his favourite heraldic activities are the creation of coats of arms for families and firms for his international clientèle. Laurent holds a Maîtrise d’Histoire et de Lettres Modernes from the Université de Grenoble, and is the first French heraldic artist to work officially for a national heraldic authority, namely the Flemish Heraldic Bureau (Vlaamse Heraldische Raad), where he has been engaged as a professional heraldic artist since 1995. Laurent presently lives in Lyon.

Further Information & Images please visit Laurent's Website

Visit Laurent's Website

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Heraldic Artists Carlos Navarro

Carlos Navarro (Spain) – Carlos has dedicated the past 20 years of his life to heraldic art, having designed numerous private and civic arms, illuminated manuscripts, medals and decorations. He has contributor to various government publications and created works for members of Spain's royal family including the arms for HRH Felipe, Prince of Asturias. He is a member of the Royal Academy of Heraldry and Genealogy of Madrid and various other academic organisations. His preferred medium is watercolour & gouache on paper, although he does also work in acrylic and oil on canvas when required.

Further Information & Images please visit Carlos's Website

Visit Carlos's Website

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Stained Glass Painter Judson Portzer

Judson Portzer (USA) - Is a professional artist specializing in the centuries old techniques of stained glass painting. He has many years of experience in the design and fabrication of stained glass. Though primarily self taught as an artist, Judson has studied glass painting with several masters in this obscure trade and continues to further his education. Among his many interests, he has a special love for heraldry, period portraiture and medieval subjects. Judson is a member of the Stained Glass Association of America and The American Glass Guild.

Further Information & Images please visit Judson's Website

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Artist Carl Anders Breitholtz

Carl Anders Breitholtz (Sweden) - From a noble family, Anders grew up with traditions and a presence of history and heraldry. As an artist Anders is an autodidact but has specialized in art history and graduated at the Stockholm university. His artwork emphasizes stylized form and colour. The technique - gouache or ink on paper, tempera on vellum, oil on board, vectorizations – is adjusted to the commission. Anders is a member of Societas Heraldica Scandinavica, the Swedish Heraldry Society and the House of Nobility in Stockholm.

Further Information & Images please visit Carl's Website

Visit Carl's Website

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Egraver and Jeweller

Carl Lemke (USA) - Is a semi-retired heraldic engraver and jewellery artist. Completely self-taught, Carl specializes in designing and fabricating regalia for chivalric Orders and producing accurate replicas of historical Orders for theatrical use. His work has been used in Hollywood movies and several Broadway stage productions. Carl is a retired US Army soldier who resides in the desert southwest of Texas.

Further Information & Images please visit Carl's Website

Visit Carl's Website

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Woodacrver Patrick Damiaens

Patrick Damiaens (Belgiam)  - Established in 1992, Patrick is the only fulltime ornamental and heraldic woodcarver in the flemish part of Belgium and the Netherlands and is devoted to woodcarving in the Liège style furniture. He also specialises in the carving of  heraldic arms an art form he truly loves.

Further Information & Images please visit Patrick's Website

Visit Patrick's Website

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Artists David P. Burkart

David P. Burkart (USA) - Is a professional designer, artist and craftsman with a strong interest in heraldry. He has contributed many images to various societies of which he is a member and has collaborated with other heraldic artists on joint projects, with particular emphasis on original drawings of crest objects and charges but he also creates full achievements, bookplates and badges for private clients. His techniques range from black and white line drawings to “hybrid” works combining hand and digital media.

Further Information & Images please visit David's Website

Vists David's Website

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