Heraldry: A Pictorial Archive for Artists and Designers (Dover Pictorial Archive)
Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, Carol Belanger Grafton
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For this volume, Carol Belanger Grafton has selected 1,047 authentic heraldic designs and motifs from The Art of Heraldry, a classic study by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies (1871–1928), an English barrister and foremost authority on the subject. Dating from the fourteenth to the twentieth centuries, the illustrations include 393 full-color and 654 black-and-white designs: arms of individuals, among them such notables as Edward the Black Prince, John Milton, and Maximilian I; arms of institutions, corporations, guilds, towns, and cities; heraldic windows; examples of heraldic lions, eagles, and dragons; banners and crests; and more.
These designs represent a superb source of authentic royalty-free images that will give aristocratic flair to book and magazine illustrations, advertisements, newsletters, and other graphic projects. This volume is also a valuable visual reference for those interested in genealogy.
Wroth A. Lethbridge 4. Stephen Leech. 5. Frederic J Eyre 6. George L. Harter. 28 1. John Maddocks. 2. John M. Pyke-Nott 3. Sir Cecil C Smith 4. James E Darbishire. 5. Thomas D. Burlton. 6. James Mansergh. 29 1. Yeatman-Biggs. 2. The Borough of Ealing. 3. The Genealogical Society “at the Sign of the Cat” (device). 4. Lane. 30 1. Alexander F Roberts. 2. Ernest A Ebblewhite 3. Sir Arthur Nicolson. 4. John A. Cunninghame. 31 1. Thomas Irvine. 2. Rodolph L. Aldercron. 3. William Gibson. 4.
Extension College, Reading 4. The Counts von Hapsburg. 5. John R. Carter 6. The Counts von Hapsburg-Lauffenberg 7. Arthur Wall. 8. An heraldic eagle. 9. Thomas P Pemberton. 60 1. George H. Cammel. 2. Gremp. 3. Alfred Harris. 4. Frederick A Lambert 5. The City of Augsburg. 6. Baron von Wildenfels. 7. Surtees. 8. Ulick J. Burke. 61 1. Count Pöttickh von Pettenegg 2. John R. Newman. 3. The Borough of Wandsworth. 4. Charles Hunter 62 1. Riedesel 2. Steinheimer 3. Thomas de Mowbray, Duke of
Egenolph von Knöringen, Bishop of Augsburg. 140 1. Conjoined arms 2. An unmarried woman. 3 & 4. Conjoined arms. 5. Sir John Swinton of that Ilk (bookplate) 6. Samuel T Heard. 7. Arthur T Thackeray. 8. LEFT: The Abbey of Pernegg, RIGHT: Abbot Franz of Pernegg. 9. Russell Spokes (bookplate). 141 1. William H Benn 2. David C. Lloyd-Owen. 3. Ernest F Kilpin. 4. LEFT: Franz Anton, Count von Harrach; RIGHT: Antoine, Countess of Falkenhain. 5. Joseph A. Keates. 6. Francis Layland-Barratt. 7.
Scrope. 4. Robert de Ufford, Earl of Suffolk. 5. Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick 6. Wigan 7. George A Cooper. 8. John Moresby. 165 1. Henry Bourchier, Earl of Essex. 2. Lees Knowles. 3. Edmund, Earl of Cornwall 4. Von Berneck. 5. The Borough of Oldham 6. The Barons von Rindscheit. 166 1. Andrew Rutherford. 2. Humphrey Stafford, Earl of Stafford. 3. Cheltenham College (bookplate). 4. Count von Dälffin. 5. James M. Coats. 6. lain Ramsey 7. Frederick C. Corfield. 167 168
write to Dover Publications, Inc., 31 East 2nd Street, Mineola, N.Y. 11501.) However, republication or reproduction of any illustration by any other graphic service whether it be in a book or in any other design resource is strictly prohibited Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data 7 Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles, 1871–1928. [Art of heraldry Selections] Heraldry : a pictorial archive for artists and designers / Arthur Charles Fox-Davies ; selected and arranged by Carol Belanger