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Life was tough in the sixteenth century. Consider Christoper Plantin [c - ] of Antwerp, though a Frenchman, known for his Biblia Real or Polyglot Bible [published ], with some of the types cut by Robert Granjon, another Frenchman. This venture almost cost Plantin his business, such was the financial investment needed. Yet another strain on his. - Christopher Plantin and Engraved Book Illustrations in Sixteenth-Century Europe Karen L. Bowen and Dirk Imhof Frontmatter. Cambridge University Press - Christopher Plantin and Engraved Book Illustrations in Sixteenth-Century Europe.
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Interdisciplinary study of Christopher Plantin's pioneering role in the production and distribution of books with engraved and etched illustrations in sixteenth-century Europe. The authors place Plantin's work within the broader context of the European book trade of the late sixteenth century and Antwerp's political, economic, cultural and Cited by: 8.
Portrait of Christopher Plantin by Jan Wiericx, Christopher Plantin founded one of the most successful printing/publishing companies ever; the company in fact outlived him by almost years. Plantin was born in Touraine (near Tours, France) around Neuware - Christopher Plantin, and the Plantin-Moretus Museum at Antwerp is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans Elektronisches Buch is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.
CHRISTOPHER PLANTIN AND ENGRAVED BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS IN SIXTEENTH-CENTURY EUROPE. This is an interdisciplinary study of Christopher Plantin’s pioneering role in the production and distribution of books with engraved and etched illustrations in sixteenth-century Europe.
Using the rich archival sources at the Plantin-Moretus Museum in Belgium. Christophe Plantin, (born c. Saint-Avertin, France—died July 1,Antwerp, Belgium), French printer, founder of an important printing house and publisher of the Antwerp Polyglot Bible. Plantin learned bookbinding and bookselling at Caen, Normandy, and settled in as a bookbinder in Antwerp.A bad arm wound seems to have led him (about ) to turn to.
Author of Le bonheur de ce monde, Calligraphy & printing in the sixteenth century, Correspondance de Christophe Plantin., Correspondance de Christophe Plantin, Vande druckerije, Certificats délivrés aux imprimeurs des Pays-Bas, Correspondence de Christophe Plantin, A letter from Christophe Plantin.
This is an interdisciplinary study of Christopher Plantin's pioneering role in the production and distribution of books with engraved and etched illustrations in sixteenth-century Europe. Using the rich archival sources at the Plantin-Moretus Museum in Belgium, Karen Bowen and Dirk Imhof examine the artists that worked on these illustrations, the types of illustrations.
This is an interdisciplinary study of Christopher Plantin's pioneering role in the production and distribution of books with engraved and etched illustrations in sixteenth-century Europe.
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Christophe Plantin. Circa Bookbinder, printer, and publisher. Sources. Renown. Christophe Plantin, head of the large Plantin publishing house in Antwerp, was the most famous publisher of the sixteenth century despite the fact that he offered no real innovations in terms of book or type design.
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Daniel Elzevir came from a distinguished family of booksellers, bookbinders, printers and publishers. Louis Elzevir (), a Protestant émigré, began the business in Antwerp in aboutafter he left a job with Christopher Plantin’s print shop.
The Elzevir enterprise became one of Europe’s largest printing houses. The authors rightly argue that this throws new light on the production of illustrated books in the early modern period.' Translation from De Gulden Passer 'Christopher Plantin and Engraved Book Illustrations in Sixteenth-Century Europe is an extraordinarily well researched, well written and surprisingly personable book.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "One of three hundred copies on paper, and of three copies on vellum." "Granite" paper cover; with border, designed by G. Ballain,for Plantin, but never issued by him; reproduced upon the t.-p.
of Rooses' Christophe Plantin Pages: Christopher Plantin and Engraved Book Illustrations in Sixteenth-Century Europe By Karen L. Bowen and Dirk Imhof Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp, ISBN.
Christopher Plantin was born circa in the region of Touraine, France where he was raised in the home of a clergyman and received a classical education. He was apprenticed to bookbinder Robert Macé and later began to study printing with Jacques Bogard in Paris.
Christopher Plantin, the world-famous printer and publisher, was born c. in France and died in Antwerp in He started his career as a bookbinder and achieved great professional renown. He had learned the craft in Caen and left with. Christopher Plantin.
London: Plantin Publishers, (), First printing of this softbound edition. octavo, pictorial wrappers. (xvi), pp.
Plantin Publishers, Item # Plantin is one of the most important figures in the history of printing who "turned what had been a handcraft into an industry" and exemplified the big businessman in 16th century Antwerp.
Christopher Plantin should be remembered and honored, but not for designing Plantin. This important printer was instrumental in helping to create the rich typographical tradition we enjoy today.
He was largely responsible for making type and typography The Netherlands the model of 16th century printing. Book, Print in English Christopher Plantin and engraved book illustrations in sixteenth-century Europe Karen L. Bowen, Dirk Imhof. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xvi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm Explore more options for this title.
- Bookbinding, made by Christopher Plantin for Emperor Charles V. Antwerp, Oct 5, - Binding by Christopher Plantin | Koninklijke Bibliotheek. Paris: P. Didot l'aîné, x mm. 17 1/2 x 11 1/4. vii, i, 50, 4 pp. VERY DRAMATIC 19TH CENTURY DEEP PURPLE MOROCCO, ELABORATELY DECORATED IN GILT AND BLIND AS WELL AS INLAID AND PAINTED, BY F.
HROMADA stamp-signed at foot of front board. Christoffel Plantin () established himself in Antwerp in or He evolved from bookbinder to book-printer in Christoffel Plantin had quite a few houses in Antwerp, but on the 24th of June he moved for the the last time to a house called “groote huysinghe” on the Vrijdagmarkt in Antwerp.
The emblem book addressed a wide range of interests within humanist culture, among them the purpose of poetry and the relative power of the visual and the verbal. The first edition of physician Janos Zsamboki’s Emblemata was printed by the Plantin press in It was the first new emblem book to appear outside of Italy or France and is one.
Christopher Plantin and engraved book illustrations in sixteenth-century Europe. By Karen L. Bowen and Dirk Imhof. xvi+ incl.
figs and 2 tables. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, £ 0 0 - Volume 60 Issue 4 - Geoffrey ScottAuthor: Geoffrey Scott. MINIATURE BOOK – lia 4.
Psalmi poenit. p: Christopher Plantin, The Esmerian copy of Plantin’s exceptionally rare first miniature book. This is truly the first miniature book to be issued by Plantin and precedes by 15 years his next book in this format, another miniature Kalendarium (), which has been erroneously.
Book-binder and publisher of Antwerp, b.at or near Tours (); d. 1 July,at son of a servant, he learned the art of book-binding and printing () with the prototypographer, Robert Macé II at an early age he had already learned Latin and shown a pronounced taste for scientific books.
Rezension über Karen L. Bowen / Dirk Imhof: Christopher Plantin and Engraved Book Illustrations in Sixteenth-Century Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University PressXVI + S., ISBN“Christopher Plantin and the Plantin-Moretus Museum at Antwerp.” New York: Printed for the Grolier Club, (p.
New York: Printed for the Grolier Club, (p. Between andPlantin’s publishing house (the “Officina Plantiniana”) issued titles, a significant number in the early days of printing.
'Christopher Plantin and Engraved Book Illustrations in Sixteenth-Century Europe is an extraordinarily well researched, well written and surprisingly personable book. The text draws together threads from a wide sphere of Renaissance history, as well as dispelling commonly held myths and providing new revelations through detailed analysis of the Author: Karen L.
Bowen, Dirk Imhof. INTRODUCTION. This work is reproduced from Glasgow University Library: SM This is the first edition of Joannes Sambucus’ Emblemata, published in by Christophe Plantin in was the first new emblem book to appear outside of Italy or France and constitutes one of the largest and most influential examples of the genre at an early stage of its development.
Christopher Plantin is perhaps the greatest figure in the universe of books and their houses, libraries: tireless printer and fine publicist who made the printing press an art.
Karen L. Bowen and Dirk Imhof. Christopher Plantin and Engraved Book Illustrations in Sixteenth-Century Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press, Pp.
$ (cloth). - Volume 48 Issue 4 - Rachel N. SchnepperAuthor: Rachel N. Schnepper. Be the first to ask a question about At the Sign of the Golden Compass - A Tale of the Printing House of Christopher Plantin in Antwerp, Lists with This Book This book is /5(4).
A composite of three printer's marks, for a collaboratively published book. Plantin's compass and motto are dominant; in the roundels are the marks of Jan Steels and Philip Nuyts. Engraving by Pieter van der Borcht.
Antiphonarii Plantin's motto is omitted. Biblia Sacra (Latin Bible). PLANTIN, CHRISTOPHE° (c. –), French humanist printer and n, who was born near Tours, learned the book trade in Normandy and Paris.
His Protestant sympathies led him in to the more congenial atmosphere of Antwerp in the Spanish Netherlands, where he devoted himself to fine printing from about onward. Hebraica Veritas: Christopher Plantin and the Christian Hebraists. Antwerp: Plantin-Moretus Museum, APA: Van der Heide, A.
Hebraica veritas: Christopher Plantin and the Christian Hebraists. Antwerp: Plantin-Moretus Museum. Chicago: Van der Heide, Albert Hebraica Veritas: Christopher Plantin and the Christian by: 1.
Chris Plantin is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Chris Plantin and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the. Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 8° ( x mm). Woodcut device on title, woodcut initials.
(Repairs to title and last leaf, occasional browning and spotting, a few stains.) Modern morocco by Tregaskis (spine faded, joints lightly rubbed). Provenance: Lionel Landon (inscription dated ). That old saw, "you can't tell a book by its cover" certainly applies to Cristóbal Acosta's (?–94) Aromatum & Medicamentorum in Orientali India Nascentium Liber and its unusual binding.
Printed in by Christopher Plantin (–89) in Antwerp, this important book features a portion of a musical manuscript as its cover.
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Kelly at Barnes Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Eric P. Kelly.Book, Print in French Le bonheur de ce monde: sonnet Christopher Plantin.
[place unknown: no publisher, ?] 1 broadside ; 32 x 50 cm. Explore more options for this title. Copies in Library - not available while library buildings are closed. Garrett Library Manuscripts, Non-Circ.