Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Salmerón Cabañas, A.; 2015a

Coat of arms and heraldic creation, April 2014 - March 2015

Antonio Salmerón Cabañas, «Coat of arms and heraldic creation between April 2014 and March 2015», paintings registered in the Registry of Intellectual Property of Madrid, with 126 illustrations, 16 black and white and 110 colour, of coats of arms and other heraldic objects, including my pseudonym without anonymity «a Unicorn per saltire Or and Sable, salient and the motto ASC Sable», 30 pages with 126 illustrations, 16 black and white and 110 colour, request code M-001674-2015, and registration number 16/2015/2546, Madrid, 9th of March of 2015.


Bibliographical reference of century XXI.

Author: Salmerón Cabañas, Antonio.

Here are the articles quoting this reference:

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Quesada Valles, Bartolomé

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess.

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess.

Escudo de sable, sembrado de tulipanes de oro; el jefe cosido de azur, dos coronas de oro, en faja.

The original design of this coat of arms, along with many others heraldic devices, is registered in [Salmerón Cabañas, A.; 2015a; page 11].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Sable, Or, Azure, Chief, Cousu, Two, Crown, In fess, Semé and Tulip.

Style keywords: Watercolor, Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in the field tincture and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Created and Personal.

Bearer: Quesada Valles, Bartolomé.

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Bartolomé Quesada Valles

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess.

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess.

Escudo de sable, sembrado de tulipanes de oro; el jefe cosido de azur, dos coronas de oro, en faja.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Sable, Or, Azure, Chief, Cousu, Two, Crown, In fess, Semé and Tulip.

Style keywords: Soft metal, Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in the field tincture and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Created and Personal.

Bearer: Quesada Valles, Bartolomé.

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Amat victoria curam

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess. Motto «Amat victoria curam».

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess. Motto «Amat victoria curam».

Escudo de sable, sembrado de tulipanes de oro; el jefe cosido de azur, dos coronas de oro, en faja. Lema «Amat victoria curam» de oro, sobre una filacteria de azur.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Sable, Or, Azure, Chief, Cousu, Two, Crown, In fess, Semé, Tulip, Motto (motivation) and Scroll.

Style keywords: Soft metal, Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in the field tincture and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Created and Personal.

Bearer: Quesada Valles, Bartolomé.

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B. Quesada, coat of arms with motto and support

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess. Supporter A Tree Vert, eradicated. Motto «Amat victoria curam».

Sable, semé of Tulips Or; on a chief cousu Azure, two Crowns Or, in fess. Supporter A Tree Vert, eradicated. Motto «Amat victoria curam».

Escudo de sable, sembrado de tulipanes de oro; el jefe cosido de azur, dos coronas de oro, en faja. Por sostén un árbol de sinople, arrancado. Lema «Amat victoria curam» de oro, sobre una filacteria de azur.

The original design of this coat of arms, along with many others heraldic devices, is registered in [Salmerón Cabañas, A.; 2015a; page 11].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Sable, Or, Azure, Chief, Cousu, Two, Crown, In fess, Semé, Tulip, Vert, Tree, Eradicated, Support (thing), Motto (motivation) and Scroll.

Style keywords: Watercolor, Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in the field tincture and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Created and Personal.

Bearer: Quesada Valles, Bartolomé.

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Escudo de Castilla y León

B. Quesada, video of the blazon

This video shows the ideation of this coat of arms step by step, its field, chief cousu, figures, motto and it supporter. The music is «Sonata No. 8 in G major – 1. Allegro» of Ludwig van Beethoven interpreted by Paul Rosenthal, violin, and Edward Auer, piano, available under an «Open Audio License».


Credits: Paul Rosenthal violin performance and Edward Auer piano performance.

Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Sable, Or, Azure, Chief, Cousu, Two, Crown, In fess, Semé, Tulip, Vert, Tree, Eradicated, Support (thing), Motto (motivation) and Scroll.

Style keywords: Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in the field tincture and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Video, Created and Personal.

Bearer: Quesada Valles, Bartolomé.

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Pictorial evolution and influences

My artistic evolution can be classified into three 3 major phases, each of them marked by the influence of a particular school. These three stages, in turn, made their own contributions to my current heraldic production:

  • Pop Art: At the beginning of the 1980s, most of my initial work was tuned to the Pop Art. From there comes my interest in the representation of objects, the use of spot and basic colours, the production oriented to its graphic reproduction, the use of mixed techniques and the principles of clarity and cleanliness, so present in my current production. At the end of this stage I start to work on thick, but delicate, coated paper of the base colour of the table on which I apply colours and textures by adding elements of colour or by the destruction of the base itself.
  • Artista03 26 Evolucion jpg Geometric abstraction and abstract expressionism: During the 2nd half of the 80's, my art evolves towards geometric abstraction in the line and to abstract expressionism in the color. Since then I base my painting in the two-dimensionality of the plane, the use of simple shapes, in harmonies with or without symmetries or with apparent symmetries, reinforcing the use of basic colours: yellow, red, blue, sometimes with white as a neutral background and black as a delimiter, which is the purest tradition of Heraldry.
  • Surrealism and symbolism: Both two previous stages converged at the beginning of the 90s with my surreal and symbolic background to produce, during the following two decades, hundreds of automatic painting works in ink and watercolor characterized by a series of personal characteristics. Undoubtedly this evolution marks my current heraldic production. For example, the patterns inside the mantling of my shields are made with the mind of automatic state or the overall assembly of the heraldic work where symbolism is a constant. At this stage I usually use Fabriano paper of 300 grams, usually 100% cotton, liquid ink pens to favor speed, Vallejo (brand) liquid watercolors and, sometimes, as a complement, paste watercolours Winsor & Newton.
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Sigue por: Valero de Bernabé, L.; 2012b.

 

Dr. Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas,
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Paseo de la Castellana 135, 7th floor,
28046 Madrid, Spain.