Heraldic bookplate of Lieutenant Michael Joseph Quigley (United States Navy Reserve), member of the Defense Council of Truman National Security Project, Senior Advisor for National Security at Human Rights First, Knight of Magistral Grace in the Sovereign Military and Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta, Knight Commander in the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem.










My most recent work: the heraldic ex-libris of Mr. Richard Globe (Copenhagen).
Inspired by a late 15th century type of equestrian seal, the composition refers to the fact that the armiger was born in Canada but has lived most of his life in Europe, finally settling in Denmark.
The composition also includes three groups of two crowned lions facing each other, alluding the state coats of arms of Canada and Denmark.

Coat of arms of Mr. Gabriel Badea-Päun, PhD Art History at Sorbonne-Paris IV (2005), winner of the Académie des Beaux Arts Circle Montherlant Award (2008), the Fondation Napoléon Second Empire Award (2010) etc. Author of several books on history and history of art, of which a reference volume on Carmen Sylva (Queen Elisabeth of Romania).

Heraldic bookplate of Professor Alessio Cassinelli Lavezzo (Milan), Knight Commander of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem







 Elements of "popular heraldry" in Romania: horse, lions and dragons used as decoration of the 18th-19th c. gentry houses from the province of Wallachia




Painted plate with the coat of arms of Father Deacon Nenad M. Jovanovich, president of the Board for Heraldic and Genealogical Studies of the Center for Research of Orthodox Monarchism (Belgrade, Serbia), as Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the Eagle of Georgia.




Armorial bookplate of John F. Mueller, BA MPhil, Doctoral Researcher at the Faculty of History of Cambridge University, Clerk of Fitzwilliam College Chapel and Esquire to Lord Lingfield




Two versions of the coat of arms of the National Opera of Bucharest
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The author with the new coat of arms of the National Opera of Bucharest
Photo credit: Oana Radu Turcu, journalist TVR (Romanian National Television)
Speaking about the new coat of arms of the Opera, between Mr. Razvan Ioan Dinca, general director of the institution, and H.E. Daniel Constantin Barbu, minister of Culture, at 'Giuseppe Verdi – Richard Wagner' Gala at the National Opera of Bucharest (31 march 2013).
Photo credit: Oana Radu Turcu, journalist TVR (Romanian National Television)