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PostObregon Coat of Arms Explained (John Heelan, UK, 07/03/18 4:58 am)
The tree in Nacho Soler's image of the Obregón coat of arms (29 June) looks remarkably like the one in Madrid's coat of arms.
Given Nacho's ancestor's reputation as a lover, maybe the tree was an in-joke? We always josh a female artist friend that her constant inclusions of stalwart trees in her surrealist paintings might have a suppressed psychological root. ("Always gets wood" has a significance for some actors.)
JE comments: Compare the Obregóns with the Madrileños below. Madrid's tree is a little less kempt; must be the bear's fault. I am surprised that neither tree could be described as majestic. If the lowly Eippers ever drew up an escudo, I'd insist on a mighty oak or a sequoia.
Madrid Coat of Arms