2 edition of Italian printers, 1501-1520 found in the catalog.
Italian printers, 1501-1520
Frederick John Norton
|Statement||by F.J. Norton.|
|Series||Cambridge Bibliographical Society monograph -- no.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 177p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
“Francesco da Bologna is one of the most illustrious figure of the most illustrious figures in the history of printing, but it was only in the last century that something of his story was pieced together from scattered documents and from the prefaces of books with with he Had been concerned.” F.J. Norton, Italian Printers , p texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Historia de uita et gestis Scanderbegi Epirotarum principis Item Preview remove-circle F. J. Italian printer, Bound in 17th century speckled calf; spine gold tooled Notes. :
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Get this from a library. Italian printers, an annotated list, with an introduction. [F J Norton]. 1 day ago See also: BMC V, lxvi; Norton, "Italian Printers ," pp. Gutter open between second and third leaves (nothing loose), isolated trivial stains, otherwise an exceedingly fine copy, internally clean, fresh, and bright, and in an unworn sympathetic binding.
Aldus Manutius, also called Aldo Manuzio, byname Aldus Manutius the Elder, Italian Aldo Manuzio il Vecchio, original name Teobaldo Manucci, (bornBassiano, Papal States [Italy]—died February 6,Venice), the leading figure of his time in printing, publishing, and typography, founder of a veritable dynasty of great printer-publishers, and organizer of the famous Aldine Press.
Italian Printers is heartily to be recommended to everyone interested in the book-production of the first two decades of the sixteenth century as a work. Italian Printers is heartily to be recommended to everyone interested in the book-production of the first two decades of the sixteenth century as a work of outstanding scholarly usefulness and of great factual accuracy.
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Ellinger. Ottaviano Petrucci (born in Fossombrone on 18 June – died on 7 May in Venice) was an Italian printer. His Harmonice Musices Odhecaton, a collection of chansons printed inis commonly misidentified as the first book of sheet music printed from movable ly that distinction belongs to the Roman printer Ulrich Han's Missale Romanum of German monks operate the first printing press in Italy in the Abbey of Santa Scolastica at Subiaco.
In Ulrich Haan (Udalricus Gallus) is the first one to print books in Rome. Haan had emigrated after his letterpress print shop in Vienna was destroyed because he had dared to print a lampoon against the mayor.
The first book to be printed in. Luccio Ponte Buggianese (Pt) Book Printing Books Book Cover Book Lights Residential Lighting. Picciotto Florio Info Web Phone Palermo 44 v. Onorato Palermo Book Printing Other Printing Services Rubber Processing Service Security Services Pulp & Paper Agent.
Coop. Tipograf Info Web Phone Savona 78/r C. Viglienzoni Savona. NOTES ON THE EDITION OF PETRARCH DENNIS E. RHODES the British Museum was deceived in its Short-title Catalogue of Italian Books,^ and a 5 F. Norton, Italian printers (London, ), P Michele Feo, 'Per Pesegesi della III egloga del.
Italian texts for beginners (A1 and A2) and intermediates (B1 1501-1520 book B2) to practice reading in Italian language. Written Italian is a beautiful, expressive part of this elegant language.
Now, we have a simple, challenging online exercise to sharpen and evaluate your reading comprehension. go directly to 25 texts. An incunable, or sometimes incunabulum (plural incunables or incunabula, respectively), is a book, pamphlet, or broadside printed in Europe before the 16th bula are not manuscripts, which are documents written by ofthere are ab distinct known incunable editions extant, but the probable number of surviving copies in Germany alone is estimated at around.
Basic Italian is the ideal reference and practice book for beginners and also for 1501-1520 book with some knowledge of the language. Stella Peyronel is a lecturer at the University of Turin, Italy. He had a special interest in "post-incunabula", in books printed between and he published major works on Spanish and Italian printing of that period, and the Norton collection consists of items printed between those dates, in the following countries.
Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary of the Italian Printers, and of Foreign Printers in Italy from the Introduction of the Art of Printing into Italy to Boston: G.K.
Hall, Davies, Hugh William. Devices of the Early Printers, ; Their History and Development, with a Chapter on Portrait Figures of Printers. Italian printers London, - SCHUTTE, A. - Printed Italian vernacular religious books (). - BRESCIANO, G. - Neapolitana (). This book was published by Lazarus de Soardis, who specialised in the publication of theological and devotional works.
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The Early Italian Printing Collections preserves more than incunables or books printed during the infancy of printing, before Eighteen are Aldine incunables; more than twenty were produced by Nicolas Jenson and ten or more each by Johann von Köln and Johann Manthen, Cristoforo de' Pensi, and Erhard Ratdolt, to name just a few printers.
[DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Dante col sito, et forma dell' inferno. See F.J. Norton, Italian printersp.citing Luigi Lechi, Della tipografia brescianna nel secolo decimoquinto (Brescia ), p. Seller Rating: % positive. Editio princeps of Tacitus' Annals, “the greatest painter of Ancient history” (Jean Racine).References: Norton, Italian printersp.
“Guillereti's first work after the end of the partnership [J. Besicken] was his most important, the edition of Tacitus of 1 march Precious copy printed on large paper with huge margins: mm high.
Printing in Italy Rare is the high-end art/photography book publisher, catalogue publisher or museum that doesn't have Italian printers on its favorite supplier list.
Italian Art, provides a unique view of the development of the literature on art in Italy during the Cinquecento. The selections bring out the close relationship between art theories and the actuality of art and chart a trend from a humanistic orientation to a more technical and professorial one.
The documents and commentary reveal the effects that humanistic circles, the courts, and. The Labyrinth as a Printer’s Device Ivor Winton Originally published in Caerdroia 21 (), p is known of his life and work save such scraps as may be gleaned from the books which bear his imprint – a legacy numbering perhaps fifteen titles.
Italian Printers, An. Norton, F.A descriptive catalogue of printing in Spain and Portugal, / F. Norton Cambridge University Press Cambridge ; New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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He worked for Aldus Manutius, designing that printer's the Greek and the Roman types, including Bembo. ByGiovanni—the elder brother—had moved north and established himself as a member of the printing industry in Vicenza. In November that year, he bore witness to a contract between two fellow artisans, describing himself as both a printer of books (impressor librorum) and a resident of that city (habitator Vincentie).
The book was the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, a Greek title that roughly translates as The Struggles of Poliphilus in a Dream (Poliphilus being the name of the hero of the story). Written in a language that is part Latin, part Greek, and part Italian, and profusely illustrated with woodcuts, the volume may have been intended to celebrate the.
Country of Publication: Italy Publisher: [Parmae, In aedibus Francisci Ugoleti, ac Antonii Vioti, Description:  l. ; 22 cm. Language: Latin Notes: In Franciscus Ugoletus was printing temporarily in partnership with Antonio Viotto in Parma.
Mortimer, Ruth. Harvard College Library, Department of Printing and Graphic Arts: Catalogue of Books and Manuscripts. Part II.
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