Archive with examples of past works

This   archive   of   family   trees   has   in   part   been   made   possible   by   the   generous   sponsors   who   originally commissioned   these   artworks   and   have   allowed   me   to   re-publish   them   here.   All   commissions   are   treated with absolute confidentiality. Are   families   trees   an   instrument   of   propaganda   or   an   intergenerational   instrument   of   knowledge?   You decide.

  Louis de France 1729-1765

Louis,   Fils   de   France   (1729   to   1765)   was   the   son   and   heir   of King   Louis   XV   of   France   and   his   wife,   Queen   Marie   (nee Princess    Leszczyńska).    As    heir    apparent    of    the    king,    he became   Dauphin   of   France.   Unfortunately,   he   died   before ascending   to   the   throne.   Three   of   his   sons   were   subsequent kings    of    France:    Louis    XVI    (1774–1792),    Louis    XVIII (1814–1815; 1815–1824) and Charles X (1824– 1830). $0,00   

  The White Sultan‘s wife

Brigadier   Sir   James   Timothy   Whittington   Landon,   sometimes referred   to   as   the   White   Sultan   ,    (born   20   August   1942, Vancouver   Island,   British   Columbia,   Canada;   died   6   July 2007,   Winchester,   Hampshire,   England)   served   in   the   British and   Omani   armies   and   was   instrumental   in   the   development of   the   present   Sultanate   of   Oman.   He was   one   of   Britain's wealthiest people. $0,00   

  Genealogy of the

Sayn Wittgenstein family

Four   dynastic   branches   of   the   princely   House   of   Sayn   were extant   at   the   beginning   of   the   20th   century,   each   possessing its   own   secundogeniture.   In   order   of   seniority   of   legitimate descent   from   their   progenitor,   Ludwig   I ,   Count   of   Sayn- Wittgenstein (1532-1605). $0,00   
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Commission: Louis de France 1729-1765
Louis,   Fils   de   France   (1729   to   1765)   was   the   son   and   heir   of   King   Louis   XV   of   France   and   his   wife,   Queen   Marie   (nee   Princess   Leszczyńska).   As heir   apparent   of   the   king,   he   became   Dauphin   of   France.   Unfortunately,   he   died   before   ascending   to   the   throne.   Three   of   his   sons   were subsequent kings of France: Louis XVI (1774–1792), Louis XVIII (1814–1815; 1815–1824) and Charles X (1824–1830).

Sayn-Wittgenstein Genealogy

Four    dynastic    branches    of    the    princely    House    of    Sayn    were    extant    at    the    beginning    of    the    20th    century,    each    possessing    its    own secundogeniture.   In   order   of   seniority   of   legitimate   descent   from   their   progenitor,   Ludwig   I,   Count   of   Sayn-Wittgenstein   (1532-1605),   they were the: Princes   (Fürsten)   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg,   descended   from   Count   Georg   (1565-1631)   Princes   (Fürsten)   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, descended   from   Count   Christian   Ludwig   (1725-1797)   Counts   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg,   descended   from   Count   Georg   Ernst   (1735- 1792)   Princes   (Fürsten)   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein,   descended   from   Count   Ludwig   (1571-1634)   Some   of   these   lines   had   junior branches,   dynastic   and   non-dynastic,   the   latter   including   families   whose   right   to   the   princely   title   was   recognized   by   the   Russian,   Prussian, Bavarian or Austrian monarchies.
Genealogy Art‘s custom family trees
Previous   video   material   has   been   placed   offline:   however   here   is   a   small   biography   about   the   White   Sultan.   In   1977   Tim   Landon   married Katalina   Countess   Esterhazy,   a   Hungarian   aristocrat,   whose   family   was   known   for   their   felicitous   marriages,   great   wealth,   and   large   land- holdings,   and   who   historically   was   loyal   to   the   Habsburg   Dynasty.   The   marriage   produced   a   son,   Arthur   Landon,   who   studied   film   production   and has   begun   to   be   involved   in   his   family   business   affairs   in   recent   years.   Arthur   is,   according   to   the   Sunday   Times   Rich   List,   the   wealthiest   young person in Britain, with an inherited fortune of £200 million, and is "a close friend of the royal princes, William and Harry". Brigadier   Sir   James   Timothy   Whittington   Landon,   sometimes   referred   to   as   the   White   Sultan   ,    (born   20   August   1942,   Vancouver   Island,   British Columbia,   Canada;   died   6   July   2007,   Winchester,   Hampshire,   England)   served   in   the   British   and   Omani   armies   and   was   instrumental   in   the development of the present Sultanate of Oman. He was one of Britain's wealthiest people.
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Archive with examples of past works

This   archive   of   family   trees   has   in   part   been   made   possible   by   the   generous   sponsors   who originally   commissioned   these   artworks   and   have   allowed   me   to   re-publish   them   here.   All commissions are treated with absolute confidentiality. Are   families   trees   an   instrument   of   propaganda   or   an   intergenerational   instrument   of knowledge? You decide.

  Louis de France 1729-1765

Louis,   Fils   de   France   (1729   to   1765)   was   the   son   and   heir   of King   Louis   XV   of   France   and   his   wife,   Queen   Marie   (nee Princess    Leszczyńska).    As    heir    apparent    of    the    king,    he became   Dauphin   of   France.   Unfortunately,   he   died   before ascending   to   the   throne.   Three   of   his   sons   were   subsequent kings    of    France:    Louis    XVI    (1774–1792),    Louis    XVIII (1814–1815; 1815–1824) and Charles X (1824– 1830). $0,00   

  The White Sultan‘s wife

Brigadier   Sir   James   Timothy   Whittington   Landon,   sometimes referred   to   as   the   White   Sultan   ,    (born   20   August   1942, Vancouver   Island,   British   Columbia,   Canada;   died   6   July 2007,   Winchester,   Hampshire,   England)   served   in   the   British and   Omani   armies   and   was   instrumental   in   the   development of   the   present   Sultanate   of   Oman.   He was   one   of   Britain's wealthiest people. $0,00   

  Genealogy of the

Sayn Wittgenstein family

Four   dynastic   branches   of   the   princely   House   of   Sayn   were extant   at   the   beginning   of   the   20th   century,   each   possessing its   own   secundogeniture.   In   order   of   seniority   of   legitimate descent   from   their   progenitor,   Ludwig   I ,   Count   of   Sayn- Wittgenstein (1532-1605). $0,00   
Be proud! Why not order your very own bespoke family tree today and leave a personal statement for the generations to come?
Commission: Louis de France 1729-1765
Louis,   Fils   de   France   (1729   to   1765)   was   the   son   and   heir   of   King   Louis   XV   of   France   and   his wife,   Queen   Marie   (nee   Princess   Leszczyńska).   As   heir   apparent   of   the   king,   he   became Dauphin   of   France.   Unfortunately,   he   died   before   ascending   to   the   throne.   Three   of   his   sons were    subsequent    kings    of    France:    Louis    XVI    (1774–1792),    Louis    XVIII    (1814–1815; 1815–1824) and Charles X (1824–1830).

Sayn-Wittgenstein Genealogy

Four   dynastic   branches   of   the   princely   House   of   Sayn   were   extant   at   the   beginning   of   the 20th   century,   each   possessing   its   own   secundogeniture.   In   order   of   seniority   of   legitimate descent   from   their   progenitor,   Ludwig   I,   Count   of   Sayn-Wittgenstein   (1532-1605),   they   were the: Princes   (Fürsten)   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg,   descended   from   Count   Georg   (1565- 1631)    Princes    (Fürsten)    zu    Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn,    descended    from    Count    Christian Ludwig   (1725-1797)   Counts   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg,   descended   from   Count   Georg Ernst   (1735-1792)   Princes   (Fürsten)   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein,   descended   from Count   Ludwig   (1571-1634)   Some   of   these   lines   had   junior   branches,   dynastic   and   non- dynastic,   the   latter   including   families   whose   right   to   the   princely   title   was   recognized   by   the Russian, Prussian, Bavarian or Austrian monarchies.
Genealogy Art‘s custom family trees
Previous   video   material   has   been   placed   offline:   however   here   is   a   small   biography   about the   White   Sultan.   In   1977   Tim   Landon   married   Katalina   Countess   Esterhazy,   a   Hungarian aristocrat,   whose   family   was   known   for   their   felicitous   marriages,   great   wealth,   and   large land-holdings,   and   who   historically   was   loyal   to   the   Habsburg   Dynasty.   The   marriage produced   a   son,   Arthur   Landon,   who   studied   film   production   and   has   begun   to   be involved   in   his   family   business   affairs   in   recent   years.   Arthur   is,   according   to   the   Sunday Times   Rich   List,   the   wealthiest   young   person   in   Britain,   with   an   inherited   fortune   of   £200 million, and is "a close friend of the royal princes, William and Harry". Brigadier   Sir   James   Timothy   Whittington   Landon,   sometimes   referred   to   as   the   White Sultan   ,    (born   20   August   1942,   Vancouver   Island,   British   Columbia,   Canada;   died   6   July 2007,   Winchester,   Hampshire,   England)   served   in   the   British   and   Omani   armies   and   was instrumental   in   the   development   of   the   present   Sultanate   of   Oman.   He   was   one   of Britain's wealthiest people.
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Archive with examples of past works

This   archive   of   family   trees   has   in   part   been   made   possible   by the    generous    sponsors    who    originally    commissioned    these artworks   and   have   allowed   me   to   re-publish   them   here.   All commissions are treated with absolute confidentiality. Are    families    trees    an    instrument    of    propaganda    or    an intergenerational instrument of knowledge? You decide.

  Louis de France 1729-1765

Louis,   Fils   de   France   (1729   to   1765)   was   the   son   and   heir   of King   Louis   XV   of   France   and   his   wife,   Queen   Marie   (nee Princess    Leszczyńska).    As    heir    apparent    of    the    king,    he became   Dauphin   of   France.   Unfortunately,   he   died   before ascending   to   the   throne.   Three   of   his   sons   were   subsequent kings    of    France:    Louis    XVI    (1774–1792),    Louis    XVIII (1814–1815; 1815–1824) and Charles X (1824– 1830). $0,00   

  The White Sultan‘s wife

Brigadier   Sir   James   Timothy   Whittington   Landon,   sometimes referred   to   as   the   White   Sultan   ,    (born   20   August   1942, Vancouver   Island,   British   Columbia,   Canada;   died   6   July 2007,   Winchester,   Hampshire,   England)   served   in   the   British and   Omani   armies   and   was   instrumental   in   the   development of   the   present   Sultanate   of   Oman.   He was   one   of   Britain's wealthiest people. $0,00   

  Genealogy of the

Sayn Wittgenstein family

Four   dynastic   branches   of   the   princely   House   of   Sayn   were extant   at   the   beginning   of   the   20th   century,   each   possessing its   own   secundogeniture.   In   order   of   seniority   of   legitimate descent   from   their   progenitor,   Ludwig   I ,   Count   of   Sayn- Wittgenstein (1532-1605). $0,00   
Be proud! Why not order your very own bespoke family tree today and leave a personal statement for the generations to come?
Commission: Louis de France 1729-1765
Louis,   Fils   de   France   (1729   to   1765)   was   the   son   and   heir   of   King Louis    XV    of    France    and    his    wife,    Queen    Marie    (nee    Princess Leszczyńska).   As   heir   apparent   of   the   king,   he   became   Dauphin   of France.   Unfortunately,   he   died   before   ascending   to   the   throne.   Three of   his   sons   were   subsequent   kings   of   France:   Louis   XVI   (1774–1792), Louis XVIII (1814–1815; 1815–1824) and Charles X (1824–1830).

Sayn-Wittgenstein Genealogy

Four   dynastic   branches   of   the   princely   House   of   Sayn   were   extant   at the    beginning    of    the    20th    century,    each    possessing    its    own secundogeniture.   In   order   of   seniority   of   legitimate   descent   from   their progenitor,   Ludwig   I,   Count   of   Sayn-Wittgenstein   (1532-1605),   they were the: Princes   (Fürsten)   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg,   descended   from Count   Georg   (1565-1631)   Princes   (Fürsten)   zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein- Sayn,   descended   from   Count   Christian   Ludwig   (1725-1797)   Counts zu   Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg,   descended   from   Count   Georg   Ernst (1735-1792)    Princes    (Fürsten)    zu    Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein, descended   from   Count   Ludwig   (1571-1634)   Some   of   these   lines   had junior    branches,    dynastic    and    non-dynastic,    the    latter    including families    whose    right    to    the    princely    title    was    recognized    by    the Russian, Prussian, Bavarian or Austrian monarchies.
Genealogy Art‘s custom family trees
Previous   video   material   has   been   placed   offline:   however   here   is   a small    biography    about    the    White    Sultan.    In    1977    Tim    Landon married   Katalina   Countess   Esterhazy,   a   Hungarian   aristocrat,   whose family   was   known   for   their   felicitous   marriages,   great   wealth,   and large   land-holdings,   and   who   historically   was   loyal   to   the   Habsburg Dynasty.   The   marriage   produced   a   son,   Arthur   Landon,   who   studied film   production   and   has   begun   to   be   involved   in   his   family   business affairs   in   recent   years.   Arthur   is,   according   to   the   Sunday   Times Rich   List,   the   wealthiest   young   person   in   Britain,   with   an   inherited fortune   of   £200   million,   and   is   "a   close   friend   of   the   royal   princes, William and Harry". Brigadier    Sir    James    Timothy    Whittington    Landon,    sometimes referred   to   as   the   White   Sultan   ,    (born   20   August   1942,   Vancouver Island,   British   Columbia,   Canada;   died   6   July   2007,   Winchester, Hampshire,   England)   served   in   the   British   and   Omani   armies   and was   instrumental   in   the   development   of   the   present   Sultanate   of Oman. He was one of Britain's wealthiest people.
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