2 edition of Variant copies of the 1499 Poliphilus found in the catalog.
Variant copies of the 1499 Poliphilus
|Statement||by Philip Hofer.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957, former owner., Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Z8185.3 .H69|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||33004555|
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Get this from a library. Variant copies of the Poliphilus. [Philip Hofer; Bruce Rogers; Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)] -- Offprint from Bulletin of. The novel "Sign of Four" Variant copies of the 1499 Poliphilus book have been a best-seller potboiler, but it had little to do with actual history.
Godwin's first complete translation of "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili" (HP) into English has a wonderfully researched Introduction complete with charts, tables, and appendices.4/5(51). The second (regular) state as described by Philip Hofer, Variant Copies of the Poliphilus (New York, ).
This copy has cancellans a and the first setting of the other reset sheets: see Neil Harris, 'Nine Reset Sheets in the Aldine Hypnerotomachia Poliphili ()', Gutenberg Jahrbuch (), Poliphilus is a facsimile of the text of the 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili', after which it is named, published by Aldus Manutius in Venice inusing a type that had been cut by Francesco Griffo.
As a design, Poliphilus is related to Bembo, but whereas Bembo was redrawn, with the intention of making a new face based on an old design, Poliphilus is an exact copy of fifteenth century printing.
Overview Poliphilus is a facsimile of the text of the 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili', after which it is named, published by Aldus Manutius in Venice inusing a type that had been cut by Francesco Griffo. As a design, Poliphilus is related to Bembo, but whereas Bembo was redrawn, with the intention of making a new face based on an old design, Poliphilus is an exact copy of fifteenth century.
Aldus also printed, ina novel that illustrates some of the curious byways the new learning would take. 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. Poliphilus is a facsimile of the text of the 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili', after which it is named, published by Aldus Manutius in Venice inusing a type that had been cut by Francesco Griffo.
As a design, Poliphilus is related to Bembo, but whereas Bembo was redrawn, with Variant copies of the 1499 Poliphilus book intention of making a new face based on an old design.
Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (/ h iː p ˌ n ɛər oʊ t ə ˈ m ɑː k iː ə p ə ˈ l iː f ə ˌ l iː /; from Greek ὕπνος hýpnos 'sleep', ἔρως érōs 'love', and μάχη máchē 'fight'), called in English Poliphilo's Strife of Love in a Dream or The Dream of Poliphilus, is a romance said to be by Francesco is a famous example of an incunable (a work of early printing).
Bembo is a serif typeface created by the British branch of the Monotype Corporation in – and most commonly used for body is a member of the "old-style" of serif fonts, with its regular or roman style based on a design cut around by Francesco Griffo for Venetian printer Aldus Manutius, sometimes generically called the "Aldine roman".
[Colonna (Francesco)] Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, first edition, ff., 39 lines, Roman letter, woodcut illustrations in the text, of which 11 full-page (including the famous triumph of Priapus, here uncensored), and 39 initials, last leaf with errata corrigé and the colophon, in this copy, at l.
F3v, an old annotation suggests that the initial letters of the three-lines Epitaphium Poliae. One of the most famous books in the world, the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, read by every Renaissance intellectual and referred to in studies of art and culture ever since, was first published in English by Thames & Hudson in It is a strange, pagan, pedantic, erotic, allegorical, mythological romance relating in highly stylized Italian the quest of Poliphilo for his4/5(33).
The War of Love That Poliphilus Dreamt, First edition thus, number 10 of 50 copies printed, signed by the printer Marvin Kendrick on the limitation page. This fine press edition presents the notably erotic last three chapters of the second book of the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, purportedly printed for the first time in English.
The impression was made on Allegro Vellum paper by an Albion. Hypnerotomachia Poliphili(; from Greek hýpnos, 'sleep', éros, 'love', and máchē, 'fight'), called in English Poliphilo's Strife of Love in a Dream or The Dream of Poliphilus, is a romance said to be by Francesco Colonna and a famous example of early published in Venice inin an elegant page layout, with refined woodcut illustrations in an Early Renaissance style.
Rosenwald 31 Goff B Hain-Copinger GWvariant 2. Stillwell, M.B. Gutenberg and the Catholicon ofno. 70 (1 line space above colophon) LC copy: initials, paragraph marks and underlines supplied in red, a few chapter headings in red; large initials in red and blue, a few in red or.
The Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Illustrated books were becoming increasingly popular by the end of the 15th century. Malermi’s Biblia Italia was published inSchedel’s monumental Liber Chronicarum inand Durer’s Apocalypsis into name just a few.
The Aldine press, however, was much too busy with its scholarly works to bother with a picture-book – with one exception. John Howard Benson & his work, (Typophile chap books) 1 copy.
The special exhibition of rare books, manuscripts, and prints belonging to 1 copy. Variant copies of the Poliphilus 1 copy. Eighteenth-century book illustrations 1 copy. The Universal Penman. Cover title: Reproductions of the woodcuts in the Dream of Poliphilus, called Hypnerotomachia published in Venice by Aldus in The artist or designer of the woodcuts is unknown; they have been attributed to Giovanni or Gentile Bellini, Andrea Mantegna, Carpaccio, Jacopo de' Barbari, the Master of the Dolphin; the author Francesco Colonna.
The book has, however, been universally and justly celebrated for its beautiful woodcuts and overall sumptuous design.
It should be remembered that at the time it was produced inthe inclusion of woodcut illustrations in printed books was still a relatively new phenomenon. PDF or DJVU, and beta flip-book 30, I should on added t.p.: Reproductions of the woodcuts in the Dream of Poliphilus Hypnerotomachia Poliphili printed at Venice by Aldus in About the original images and the derived formats OCR results, PDF 9, Despite this clue, the book has also been attributed to many other authors.
The identity of the illustrator is less certain than that of the author. More It was first published in Venice, in December Typographical partnership ten letters between Bruce Rogers and Emery Walker, ; together with an unpublished fragment of Bruce Rogers' Bye-ways of book-making: An unholy BRible story, Variant copies of the Poliphilus: A visit to October House: A voyage to Brobdingnag made by Lemuel Gulliver in the year MDCCII.
A voyage to Lilliput. These 8 images are of the book being sold. It is the facsimile of the first edition This book is bound by the publisher's temporary boards (see 2nd image) and the pages are untrimmed (see 3rd image).
The paper continues to be bright and clean. History. The book was printed by Aldus Manutius in Venice in December The book is anonymous, but an acrostic formed by the first, elaborately decorated letter in each chapter in the original Italian reads POLIAM FRATER FRANCISCVS COLVMNA PERAMAVIT, "Brother Francesco Colonna has dearly loved Polia." Despite this, scholars have also attributed the book to Leon Battista Alberti, and.
It was first published in Venice, in Decemberby Aldo Manutio. This first edition present an elegant and unique page layout, with refined woodcut illustrations in an Early Renaissance style and a refined Roman font, cut by Francesco da Bologna, is a revised version of the type used in for the De Aetna of Pietro Bembo.
Poliphilus is a facsimile of the text of the 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili', after which it is named, published by Aldus Manutius in Venice inusing a type that had been cut by Francesco Griffo. As a design, Poliphilus is related to Bembo, but whereas Bembo was redrawn, with the intention of making a new face based on an old design, Poliphilus is an exact copy of fifteenth century.
Robert Bringhurst has described Poliphilus and Blado as the Monotype Corporation's copy, made inof a roman font cut in Venice in by Francisco Griffo. It was an early experiment in the resuscitation of Renaissance designs, and the Monotype draftsmen copied the actual letterpress impression, including much of the ink squash, instead.
The Vershbow copy shows the most common settings (including the stamping in the second title, see GW Anm. 2); see for variant settings Ph. Hofer, "Variant copies of the Poliphilus," in: Bulletin of the New York Public Library 36 () pp. ; L. Donati, "Diciamo qualche. Unpaginated (8pp.) Finely printed on rag paper in an edition of 50 copies.
Hand set in 16 point Poliphilus roman with italic Blado. "These to type faces are of great historic interest. The Poliphilus derives its name from the famous Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, issued and generally considered to be the finest product of the Italian press.
Poliphilus falls asleep and dreams of traversing several landscapes containing ancient ruins, extraordinary buildings, fantasy creatures and allegorical figures in order to be reunited with his beloved Polia, who in reality, as the epitaph at the end of the book informs us, is dead.
Poliphilus is a facsimile of the text of the 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili', after which it is named, published by Aldus Manutius in Venice inusing a t. Poliphilus in use. A revival based on the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, “published by Aldus Manutius in Venice inusing a type that had been cut by Francesco Griffo.
[ ] whereas Bembo was redrawn, with the intention of making a new face based on an old design, Poliphilus is an exact copy of fifteenth century printing on hand made paper.” [Linotype] Made under the direction of Stanley. It was first published in Venice, in Decemberby Aldo Manutio.
This first edition presents an elegant and unique page layout, with refined woodcut illustrations in an Early Renaissance style and a refined Roman font, cut by Francesco da Bologna, which is a revised version of the type used in for the De Aetna of Pietro Bembo.
Printed in black and red. With the gloss of Joannes Andreæ. Hain. Repertorium (with Copinger's Appendices, Add.) * (variations) Gesamtkat. Wiegendr.,vARIANT (variation) On vellum. Initials and paragraph-marks supplied in red and blue alternately; number of book in red at head of each page; initial on leaf [1a̳] illuminated.
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Poliphilus contains 2 styles and family package options. More about this family. Glyphs. Individual Styles. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work.
Scan an ISBN with your phone Use the Amazon App to scan ISBNs and compare prices. Have one to sell? .Poliphilus Meeting the Venerable Matron (recto) and Poliphilus in a Rocky Place (verso) from Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (The Strife of Love in a Dream) Plate 54 from Woodcuts from Books of the 15th Century,portfolio assembled Unknown Italian.YOU'LL RECEIVE THE PICTURED BOOK.
THERE WERE ONLY 25 COPIES OF THIS VARIANT PRINTED. SO ONLY 24 OTHER PEOPLE IN THE WORLD HAVE A COPY OF THIS BOOK. This one has been graded by CGC (the most trusted third party comic book authentication and grading service in the world) in brilliant condition under the coveted Universal Series (blue) label~!Seller Rating: % positive.