3 edition of Fine bindings 1500-1700 from Oxford libraries: catalogue of an exhibition. found in the catalog.
Fine bindings 1500-1700 from Oxford libraries: catalogue of an exhibition.
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Martin Parr,Simon Winchester OBE Martin Parr is one of Britain's best-known contemporary photographers, with a broad international following, and President of Magnum, the world-famous photo has published widely and exhibited internationally, including a retrospective of his work in , run by the Barbican Art Gallery and the National Media Museum, and a major exhibition Reviews: 5. In , the Cardiff Libraries Committee held an exhibiton of Bibles to mark the tercentenary of the Authorised Version of the English Bible. This book contains a catalogue of the exhibits, together with a sketch of the history of the English Bible. The book is bound in the original thin grey card covers with black titling on the front cover.
Access over a million books, movies, music and more available to borrow or download, or find information about library events, programs and services. About this Item: Pierpont Morgan Library, New York/ Oxford University Press, London, first edition, , Cloth, leather spine-label, 4to, 32 cm, xxvii, pp, plates (7 in colour). An appealing catalogue of one hundred bookbindings from the Pierpont Morgan Library dating from the 5th to the 16th centuries and arranged chronologically to chart the development of styles and techniques.
Exhibition Dates: 12 June - 1 August Bodleian Library, Oxford. 18 September - 13 December Boston Public Library. 12 February - 6 March Bonhams & Butterfields, San Francisco. 19 May - 31 July The Grolier Club of New YorkFormat: Hardcover. May 16 through Decem Exhibition at the Library Company of Philadelphia. Exhibition leaflet. Krupp, Andrea and Jennifer Woods Rosner. “Pre-Ornamented Bookcloth on Nineteenth-Century Cloth Case Bindings.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of .
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Oxford, Bodleian Library, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bodleian Library. OCLC Number: Description: x, pages, 52 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations ; 22 cm.
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Sommerlad, Scottish 'wheel' and 'herring-bone' bindings in the Bodleian Library, Oxford Biblio Soc Occasional Publication no. 1, Oxford, Fine bindings from Oxford libraries, catalogue of an exhibition.
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Shackleton et copie de lettre de J. Gottmann The library, the scientist and the humanist: an oration delivered at Birkbeck College, London, 26th October in celebration of the th anniversary of the foundation of the college.
Fine bindings from Oxford libraries: catalogue of an exhibition 3 copies The Original Rules of Golf 3 copies Scenes from the life of Christ in English manuscripts 3 copies. Auction catalogue, July 1,held at the Hotel Hermitage, Monte-Carlo, organisee en collaboration avec la Société des Bains de Mer, a la requete de la Ste Art Monaco.
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How to use library in a sentence. How do you pronounce library. Island Books Fine & Rare Books since Home; View Categories; Gift Ideas; Bookbinding; About; Basket; tel: +44 (0) 81 22 The committee was particularly impressed by the way in which the catalog reveals a dialog between the coterie field of fine binding and a citywide initiative.” The Division Four (brochures) winner is the University of Pennsylvania, Rare Book and Manuscript Library for their brochure entitled “Wharton Esherick and the Birth of the American.
Paul’s expertise is in bibliographical analysis, early printing, and fine bindings, and this was on breathtaking display in last year’s "Gutenberg and After" exhibition, which told the story of the first 20 years of European printing.
It highlighted not only the Scheide gift frombut complemented it with impressive and, in some cases. Read more about Selected Bindings from the Gennadius Library. Thirty-Eight Plates in Colour. With Introduction and Descriptions by Lucy Allen Paton; Fine Old Bindings.
With Other Interesting Miscellanea in Edward Almack's Library Fine Old Bindings. With Other Interesting Miscellanea in Edward Almack's Library, Almack, Edward, London, (). "Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolute nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats." This online display, launched by the University of Oxford's Bodleian Library to celebrate World Book Dayreveals the origins of Kenneth Grahame's masterpiece of children's literature, The Wind in the Willows.
It is an expanded version of an exhibition mounted on. The binder's art: catalogue of an exhibition of highlights from the Bernard C. Middleton collection of books on bookbinding, the Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Graphic. The Library's most recent effort to exhibit and explain its bindings is the website prepared duringentitled "Hand Bookbindings: Plain and Simple to Grand and Glorious." Selection, arrangement, and description of these bindings is based on the the exhibition by the same name appearing in the in the Library's main gallery from Novem to Ap A catalogue to accompany an exhibition of new work inspired by medieval books and manuscripts from the the Jeremy Griffiths Professor of Medieval English Palaeography at Oxford.
Book descriptions are the artist statements which accompanied the original competition submissions. In December the Bodleian Libraries in Oxford opened. Christian Hebraica: the discovery of Hebrew literature and Jewish culture,an exhibition in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin--Madison, July-October Madison: Friends of the University of Wisconsin--Madison Libraries, Katz Center - Reference Room.
PJU7 Many of the tracts open or close with a verse by Andrewes. The volume itself opens with a piece of 19th-century doggerel, ‘A Pleader to the Needer When a Reader’, declaring it part of the library of the antiquarian Essex farmer Charles Clark ().
It was presented to Jesus College in by Mr Philip White (English, ) and rebacked in by the Oxford Conservation Consortium. Long out of print, copies tend to be expensive, and you’ll likely need to consult this one in a library rather than trying to purchase a copy.
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