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Heraldic Designs for Artists and Craftspeople [Paperback]

J. M. Bergling
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May 16 1997 Dover Pictorial Archive

Graphic artists, illustrators, and crafters looking for imaginative designs featuring medieval flair and aristocratic ambience will find this collection invaluable. Over 1,400 heraldic motifs, in a rich variety of styles and sizes, include shields, coats-of-arms, seals, logos, flags, insignia, scrolls, mottoes, bookplates, and a wealth of other designs and illustrations.
Incorporating finely detailed images of flora and fauna, American flags and eagles, sailing vessels and steam-powered ships, mythical creatures, castle turrets, weaponry and armor, human figures, and much more, these authentic designs represent an indispensable archive of immediately usable, royalty-free art.


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Graphic artists, illustrators, and crafters looking for imaginative designs featuring medieval flair and aristocratic ambience will find this collection invaluable. Over 1,400 heraldic motifs, in a rich variety of styles and sizes, include shields, coats-of-arms, seals, logos, flags, insignia, scrolls, mottoes, bookplates, and a wealth of other designs and illustrations.
Incorporating finely detailed images of flora and fauna, American flags and eagles, sailing vessels and steam-powered ships, mythical creatures, castle turrets, weaponry and armor, human figures, and much more, these authentic designs represent an indispensable archive of immediately usable, royalty-free art.


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2.0 out of 5 stars A peculiar view on heraldic designs Oct. 9 2000
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John Bergling's 1,400 heraldic designs, published in 1913, walks a thin line between trying to depict heraldic designs in a pleasing simple way, and the truly awful 'victoriana' as done by the likes of Fairbairn. His historic interpretation leaves something to be desired (like showing shields with crests only, which is simply 'not done'), and a lot of the American arms are drawn with slightly more Hollywood than Heraldry in mind. But sometimes you can feel some of the original power of heraldry flowing underneath his drawings.
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4.0 out of 5 stars High Quality Line Art Jan. 11 2000
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A varied selection of black and white line art featuring heraldic devices, charges, crests, helmets, shield designs, and full achievements from all over the world. Perfect for scanning and adaptation in graphics programs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I recomend this book to everyone! July 8 2000
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Very nice book, cheap and educational! I'm happy to have it.
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2.0 out of 5 stars A peculiar view on heraldic designs Oct. 9 2000
By J. Flaton - Published on Amazon.com
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John Bergling's 1,400 heraldic designs, published in 1913, walks a thin line between trying to depict heraldic designs in a pleasing simple way, and the truly awful 'victoriana' as done by the likes of Fairbairn. His historic interpretation leaves something to be desired (like showing shields with crests only, which is simply 'not done'), and a lot of the American arms are drawn with slightly more Hollywood than Heraldry in mind. But sometimes you can feel some of the original power of heraldry flowing underneath his drawings.
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4.0 out of 5 stars High Quality Line Art Jan. 11 2000
By classicstyle - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
A varied selection of black and white line art featuring heraldic devices, charges, crests, helmets, shield designs, and full achievements from all over the world. Perfect for scanning and adaptation in graphics programs.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I recomend this book to everyone! July 8 2000
By C. Ziegler - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Very nice book, cheap and educational! I'm happy to have it.
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