2 edition of Christopher Plantin, ca. 1520-1589. found in the catalog.
Christopher Plantin, ca. 1520-1589.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
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Christopher Plantin, world-famous printer and publisher, ☾Ode to the Great Unknown☽: Photo Art is a journey into the most unknown thing of all - oneself. book covered in brown calf, gold-tooled, painted in white, black, grey, and dark green, with traces of red; by Christopher Plantin, world-famous printer and publisher, Meer. The museum/house tell the history of one of the greatest printer-publishers of all time. It was founded by one of the first ‘industrial’ printers, a brilliant, self-taught man who only Gutenberg himself could beat. His name is Christopher Plantin (ca ), .
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Christophe Plantin (Dutch: Christoffel Plantijn; c. – 1 July ) was an influential French Renaissance humanist and book printer and publisher living and working in AntwerpBorn: c.France.
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.
Christopher Plantin Plantin, Christophe, ca.Museum Plantin-Moretus, Early printed Christopher Plantin Publisher New York, Printed for the Grolier club Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language EnglishPages: Plantin, Christophe approximately Christopher Plantin and engraved book illustrations in sixteenth-century Europe by Karen Lee Bowen (Book) Ornamental initials: the woodcut initials of Christopher Plantin ca.
of Antwerp. Plantin, Christofan. Plantin, Christoffel. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education Author: Dirk Imhof.
Resources by Christophe Plantin (68) [Circular device with motto, "Labore et constantia" and imprint of Christopher Plantin] Plantin, Christophe, approximately [ Book: ] Languages: Latin View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.
Christophe Plantin (ca. ) 49 works Search for books with subject Christophe Plantin (ca. Christopher Plantin Maurits Sabbe Not In Library. Read. 1 book Jean Auguste Stellfeld, 1 book Claude Sorgeloos, 1 book Frans M.
Robben, 1 book Raymond De Roover, 1 book Luis María Gómez Canseco. 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. History of the Book: Leaf Collection, Plantin, Christopher, ca. Plantin, Christopher. Plantin, Christophle, Plantin, Christophe, approximately Title ; Close.
Social Networks and Archival Context. SNAC is a discovery service for persons, families, and organizations found within archival. The Plantin Press, Los Angeles: Check List of an Exhibition, Books, Catalogues, &c printed by Saul and Lillian Marks by The Grolier Club and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 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.
Between Philip II And William Of Orange: The Correspondence Of Christopher Plantin (Ca –) New Documents On Benito Arias Montano (Ca –) And Politics In The Netherlands Humanist Friendship, Politics And Religion In Marnix’s Correspondence Just Before The Fall Of Antwerp: Inconstancy Or Constancy?Author: Cor S.M.
Rademaker. The Plantin Press (): a bibliography of the works printed and published by Christopher Plantin at Antwerp and Leiden / Author: by Leon Voet, in collaboration with Jenny Voet-Grisolle. --Publication info: Amsterdam: Van Hoeve, cc Format: Book. As an employee of the printer Christopher Plantin at Antwerp, Leiden ", by Alastair Hamilton, year on pages in the book Studia in memoriam Christophori Plantini (ca.
The article enumerates the principal sources that Raphelengius had for compiling his Arabic-Latin ity control: BIBSYS:BNE: .Latin, Book, Illustrated edition: [Oval device and imprint of Christopher Plantin] [electronic resource].
Plantin, Christophe, approximately Get this edition. Sixteenth-century Antwerp became a particularly dominant supplier for the international printing industry and distributed all sorts of books across Europe. 3 Printer and wholesale publisher Christopher Plantin (–) owned a press and bookshop in Antwerp as early as and maintained a significant role in the Latin Trade, as he sold Author: Zanna Van Loon.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Plantin, Christophe, ca. Museum Plantin-Moretus, jboardley Favorites. Created on. November 24 Emotional letter by the aging and ailing Christopher Plantin (ca. ) to his son-in-law Joannes Moretus (Jan Mourentorf, ).
At the time of writing, Moretus was travelling to Brussels to obtain the necessary royal patent that would empower him to take over and run the Plantin firm immediately upon Plantin’s death.
New end papers. On the front end paper is the inscription "ex lib Guil Whitington " Some of the pages to the beginning of the book have been neatly conserved and rebuilt to the corners. The rest of the book is in clean, if slightly darkened condition.
Overall a very nice copy. Christophe Plantin () was a Dutch typographer and printer. He in turn was succeeded by the most famous printer of the era, Christopher Plantin (ca.
–), who was made university printer in This Leiden branch of the Antwerp Officina Plantiniana was continued in by Plantin’s Calvinist son-in-law Franciscus I Raphelengius (–), an expert scholar-printer who besides being.
The archives are the product of Christoffel Plantin (ca. ) and his successors the Moretuses, who kept record of all activity in their printing and publishing business “The Officina Plantiniana” from until the second half of the 19th century.Gorham Collection of Early Music Imprints.
An exquisite little book in two parts Papius's treatise is a fine, late example of the elegant editions produced by the Antwerp printer Christopher Plantin (ca. ), official printer to King Philip II of Spain. The beautiful music fonts used by Plantin are evident in the extensive music.Here in contrast we have a very rare example of the complete set of the original unfolded sheets for this tiny Book of Hours.
The history of the Plantin-Moretus Press begins with its founder, Christopher Plantin (), who created one of the most successful publishing and printing establishments of all times.