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2015 - Signet ring for man of 10 g of massive yellow gold 18 ct, oval head of 14 x 11 mm hand engraved with the Coat of Arms of the family Thompson according to my drawing. 2015 - Creation of the coat of arms of the family Brans (Belgium & Luxemburg).

Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 31 x 23 cm 2015 - Colour badge of the French heraldist Anne Behagel-Dindorf. 

Mixed technique gouache, ink and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 18 x 26 cm 

Composition size: 12,7 x 19,38 cm 2015 - Cypher of a couple (France et Russia). 

Mixed technique gouache, ink and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 20.5 x 29 cm 

Composition size: 13.50 x 16.82 cm 2015 - Black & white badge of the French heraldist Anne Behagel-Dindorf. 

Digital rendition made from my hand made drawings.

Composition size: 13 x 20.9 cm 2015 - Signet ring for man of 15 g of massive yellow gold 18 ct, antic shape head of 14 x 12 mm hand engraved according to my drawing (France). Line engraving of the familial motto under the head. 2015 - Professional seal with a hand engraved brass matrix to the Coat of Arms of the Mussier family (Nivernais, France) and hand made fair wood handle.

Matrix diameter & height: 2.3 cm & 1.4 cm. Total height: 10.8 mm. Weight: 91.2 g. 2015 - Atempt of the cypher of the king Henry IV (1553 - 1610).

_Digital rendition. 

Composition size: 9.59 x 16.47 cm 2015 - Realization of the coat of arms of the family Labory (France & Poland).

Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 17.59 x 24.41 cm 2015 - Diploma of the wine brotherhood of the Clos du Pas de St-Maurice of Suresnes (France). It shows,the coat of arms of the city of Suresnes, it’s motto and the cypher of the king Henry IV who was a big amateur of the wine of Suresnes. 

Digital realization HD based on my own drawings.

_ Document size: A3 2015 -  Coat of arms of of the Rev. Father Magdeleine (France).

Mixed technic ink gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 19.69 x 20.70 cm 2015 - Creation of the Coat of Arms of de the British International Schools (elite schools from Great-Britain settled in ten cities in the whole world).

Mixed technic gouache, ink and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm 

Composition size: 19.01 x 20.55 cm 2015 - Realization of the coat of arms of the family Braem with a cadency mark (Flander & France).

Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 16.61 x 25.23 cm 2015 - Creation of the coat of arms of the family Olmanst (Belgium).

Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 21.30 x 19.74 cm 2015 - Realization of the coat of arms of the family Merle (Bresse, France).

Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 17,02 x 23,76 cm 2015 - Creation of the coat of arms of the family Bernard-Brizay (Paris, France).

Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 16,94 x 21,48 cm. 2014 - Crozier of of His Grace Alain de Raemy, auxiliary Bishop of the diocese of Lausanne, Geneva and Fribourg (Switzerland) created by the goldsmith Goudji. Reproduction of my creation of its Coat of Arms placed under a piece of rock crystal. Precious wood, solid silver, and semiprecious stones. 2015 - Bookplate (France).

Digital black printing on paper laid 100g/m2 according to my original creation hand drawn and digitalized.

Size: 7 x 9 cm (3.14 x 3.14 2015 - Coat of arms of the prominant French 

Navy officer and explorer Jean-François de Galaup de Lapérouse (born in Albi in1741 & vanished inVanikoro (Salomon Islands) around 1788). 

After a brillant career of naval officer, the cross of St Louis's military Order was granted to him on May 24th, 1777, shortly after his return from Mauritius Island where he had been raised to the rank of Lieutenant, on April 4th, 1777. He was appointed commodore by royal patent of November 2nd, 1786 and receives at the same time a title of Count (even this title never was registered by the Parliament).

Mixed technic gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 18 x 24 cm

Composition size: 9.03 x 19.46 cm 2015 - Creation of the coat of arms of a French family. 

Mixed technique gouache and watercolour on paper made from rags 'Arches', cold pressed 300g/m2.

Paper size: 23 x 31 cm

Composition size: 19.58 x 19.55 cm

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Laurent GRANIER
Heraldic artist

3, rue Tavernier - 69001 Lyon (France)
Phone: + 33 (0)4 78 72 61 37 - Phone #2: +33 (0)9 53 74 61 37
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Born in 1966, he holds a Maîtrise d’Histoire et de Lettres Modernes from the Université de Grenoble, working as a professional heraldic artist since 1995.

Official painter for the Vlaamse Heraldische Raad (Flemish Heraldic Council),
part of the Flemish government since January 2006.