The Society of Heraldic Art

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Edward M. Kelly SHA  + click image(s) to enlarge

My initial training was in graphic design. I then spent two years at Reigate School of Art studying heraldic art and calligraphy. I have a special interest in producing art-work for reproduction such as heraldic logo designs. I endeavour to produce simple and clear work in an original style, while maintaining the best traditions of heraldic art.

46 Palmerston Road
Rathmines
Dublin 6
Ireland

email: edmyleskelly@gmail.com
website: www.edmyleskelly.com

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Peter & Gilly Greenhill SHA  +click image(s) to enlarge

Decorative heraldic painting on pewter miniatures of mediaeval knights was developed in the 18th & 19th centuries, and leaders in these arts included Adam Schweitzer and Carl Besold of Germany. But it wasn't until 1928 that Richard Courtenay started making a fully rounded miniature figure of an heraldic knight. By his death in 1963 he had produced several thousand lead examples. From 1978 to date Peter & Gilly Greenhill continue this tradition using finest pewter.
Today most of this work is exported to America with a concentration on the battles of the Hundred Years War, featuring known knights from mediaeval Europe.

Peter & Gilly Greenhill
5 Westbourne Park Road
Bournemouth
BH4 8HG
England

tel: 01144 (0)1202 762371
website: www.greenhillminiatures.com

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Piet Bultsma - Vos SHA  +click image(s) to enlarge

In the 1990s Piet Bultsma-Vos founded his own studio: Heraldisch Atelier Bultsma. This gave Piet the opportunity to dedicate all his time to his passion for the heraldic arts. Heraldisch Atelier Bultsma has become renown for its craftsmanship and broad knowledge of heraldic art. All work is hand-painted.

Heraldisch Atelier Bultsma works closely with its customers to design coats of arms that express the story of the bearer and that comply with heraldic art standards. The design of church seals, flags, ex-libris, etc. also belong to the portfolio. Designs can be painted on standard heavy paper, parchment, wood, etc.

Heraldisch Atelier Bultsma
Grietmanslaan 45A
8431 CM Oosterwolde
The Netherlands

website: www.wapenschilder.nl
email: info@wapenschilder.nl

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David Truzzi-Franconi SHA  +click image(s) to enlarge

Available for commission: work supplied in water colour (Gouache), enamels, oils and acrylics on a variety of substrates including vellum, parchment, handmade paper, Illustration board, wooden panels, canvas etc.

email: appliedart@suffolkonline.net or david@heraldryandcalligraphy.com
website: www.heraldryandcalligraphy.com

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