4 edition of Bibliography of emblematic manuscripts found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Sandra Sider with Barbara Obrist|
|Series||Corpus librorum emblematum|
|Contributions||Sider, Sandra, Obrist, Barbara|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||97900492|
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Bibliography of emblematic manuscripts. Summary: This bibliography comprises descriptions of manuscripts from Europe and the US, which feature: tripartite emblems proper; festivity books; hieroglyphic texts; proto-emblematic material; allegories; triumphs; symbolic source books; schemata; devotional handbooks and libri amicorum.
Bibliography of Emblematic Manuscripts Book Description: Multiple indices provide full access to the manuscript descriptions: topics and genres, titles, artists, translators, dedicatees, additional names, provenance (including dealers and auction houses), dates of production, and places of production.
This bibliography comprises descriptions of manuscripts from Europe and the US, which feature: tripartite emblems proper; festivity books; hieroglyphic texts; proto-emblematic material; Read more. Description: This bibliography provides descriptions of manuscripts from Europe and the United States, of which contain visual imagery in various media.
The manuscripts feature tripartite emblems proper, as well as festivity books, hieroglyphic texts, proto-emblematic material, allegories, triumphs, symbolic source books, schemata, devotional handbooks, and libri amicorum with emblematic imagery. A lengthy secondary bibliography completes the volume.
Only sixty-eight of these manuscripts have been published and many of the named authors are not normally known as creators of emblematic works. Approximately one third of the manuscripts have never been described in a printed catalogue. This bibliography provides descriptions of manuscripts from Europe and the United States, of which contain visual imagery in various media.
The manuscripts feature tripartite emblems proper, as well as festivity books, hieroglyphic texts, proto-emblematic material, allegories, triumphs, symbolic source books, schemata, devotional handbooks, and libri amicorum with emblematic imagery.
An early task of the project was the annotation of the following bibliography for holdings at Princeton. Mario Praz. Studies in Seventeenth Century Imagery. Second edition.
(Rome, ) [(ExB) N P89]. The first fruit of the Project is now available. It is the Emblem Books in the Princeton University Library -- A Short Title Catalogue. Glossed Books of the Bible and the Origins of the Paris Booktrade (Woodbridge: D.
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Ready to take on the task of getting your book manuscript published. 53 rows An emblem book is a book collecting emblems (allegorical illustrations) with accompanying. To view the entire bibliography for an individual manuscript, search for the tag of its Houghton call number.
For example, “MS Lat 9” or “MS Riant 13”. To view manuscripts with digitized images available through HOLLIS, search the tag “Digitized Images.” View All Manuscripts and Bibliographies.
Alchemical Texts over examples; Imagery graphics and artwork; Bibliography books and manuscripts; Galleries of coloured Emblems; Articles various themes. Multiple indices provide full access to the manuscript descriptions: topics and genres, titles, artists, translators, dedicatees, additional names, provenance (including dealers and auction houses), dates of production, and places of production.
Elements of citation. Title in inverted commas -- Unpublished manuscript, version date (in brackets) -- Format. Footnote: John East, "The Duhig building: changing configurations of a library space at the University of Queensland" (unpublished manuscript, January 17 ), typescript.
Bibliography Author: Martin Cvelbar. The Greatest Illuminated Manuscripts. The Book of Durrow ( CE) – The oldest illuminated book of the gospels created either at Iona or Lindisfarne Abbey.
Scholar Christopher de Hamel describes the work: It includes twelve interlaced initials, five full-page emblematic figures symbolizing the Evangelists, and six carpet pages, an evocative term used to describe those entire sheets of Author: Joshua J. Mark. Bibliography books and manuscripts; Galleries of coloured Emblems; Articles various themes; Alchemy and art; Alchemy Web Bookshop; Emblematic imagery in alchemical manuscripts - Donum Dei Back to manuscripts page Back to imagery page.
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