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6 edition of art of the bookplate found in the catalog.

art of the bookplate

by James P. Keenan

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Published by Barnes & Noble Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bookplates -- Pictorial works.,
  • Bookplates -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 172-173) and index.

    StatementJames P. Keenan ; foreword by George Plimpton.
    GenrePictorial works.
    ContributionsPlimpton, George.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ993 .K44 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination175 p. :
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3325062M
    ISBN 100760746966
    LC Control Number2004298400
    OCLC/WorldCa53329666

    Shop for bookplate art from the world's greatest living artists. All bookplate artwork ships within 48 hours and includes a day money-back guarantee. Choose your favorite bookplate designs and purchase them as wall art, home decor, phone cases, tote bags, and more! Elizabeth Lord was a student of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in the early s, when the bookplate craze was at a fever pitch. Recently transferred with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Records to Tufts Digital Collections and Archives, Lord’s bookplates are excellent examples of the beauty and whimsy of this lost ://

      - The Flowering of Art Nouveau and Art Deco Bookplate Designs - Bookplate Artists of the Twentieth Century - A Brief History of Bookplate Collecting - Collecting Bookplates Today. A Treasury of Bookplates. American Society of Bookplate Collectors & Designers. Ex libris shown. The ex libris shown in the book are indexed alphabetically by The excitement is building and if you have an appreciation for nearly 6 centuries of bookplate art, we need your help for the success of this project. Acquisitions, exhibitions, museum tours, studio tours, Master Artist workshops, lectures, book publishing, marketing—this is all part of our strategy to expand the interest in this year old

      This book traces the fascinating evolution of bookplate design over time and across national boundaries, showcasing key examples of ex libris art. In the early s, Albrecht Dürer and other German engravers and printmakers began to create highly decorative bookplates, often featuring armorial devices and coats of arms for wealthy From its earliest days, the bookplate was a status symbol, expressing the individuality of a book’s owner as much as preventing theft. The European nobility who could afford their own private libraries adopted bookplates as one of many tools in their arsenal to remind others of their ://


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The book begins with a discussion of bookplate history, including the artist, techniques, and why of bookplates. This section also gives an overview timeline of bookplate art and collecting.

The second portion of the book contains images and brief, sometimes shallow, descriptions of the plate, the owner, or the  › Books › Arts & Photography › History & Criticism. I came across this charming little book in my local library. Each page shows a different bookplate with a short paragraph describing the history of the plate, the designer/artist (when known), and who used the bookplates (when known).

Plate owners included famous actors, politicians, etc. I particularly liked the ones designed in the Art Deco   This book traces the fascinating evolution of bookplate design over time and across national boundaries, showcasing key examples of ex libris art. In the early s, Albrecht Dürer and other German engravers and printmakers began to create highly decorative bookplates, often featuring armorial devices and coats of arms for wealthy  › Books › Arts & Photography › Graphic Design.

The Art of the Bookplate is a book to be treasured and, of course, kept in your possession. --Reviews. User-contributed reviews. Tags. Add tags for "The art of the bookplate".

Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (5) Bookplates -- Pictorial works. Bookplates -- History. apparatus. Indeed, its Art Nouveau style strongly suggests that this plate was designed sometime in the late teens or the early s, rather than around the publication date of the book.

Yet a third example of a chemist’s bookplate – this time belonging to the author’s colleague, the late The Art of the Bookplate Event box Bookplates have been used for centuries to identify the owner of a particular volume – and book lovers have lavished care on the design of their bookplates as ://   The E-Sylum: Volume 9, Num JArticle 9 THE ART OF THE BOOKPLATE Mark Tomasko writes: "On the subject of bookplates, I may have suggestions as to where someone seriously interested can get a bookplate engraved and printed - contact me at [email protected]://   The Art of the Bookplate William B.

Jensen Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH Figure 2. Bookplate of the Russian-American chemist Wolf Kritchevsky as found inside his copy of the edition of J. Plotnikow’s Allgemeine Photochemie. Figure 1. Bookplate of the pharmacologist, A. Loevenhart, B. Jensen/Museum Notes/ Book   A bookplate, or ex libris, is a small print for pasting inside the cover of a book, to express the late 19th century, bookplates had developed into a highly imaginative form of At its most basic, a bookplate is a slip of paper bearing the name of the book’s owner; at its most grand, it may be a veritable work of art as well.

As ebook sales make up an increasingly sizable share of book sales, it may seem logical that we’ll see more and more book-themed iPhone cases and fewer ex Ex Libris Owl Books Jewish Art Retro Design Erotica Line Art Book Worms Book Art Illustration Art Bookplate by Alphonse Inoue (井上アルフォンス) Ex Libris Metal Magazine Mythological Creatures Bibliophile Illustration Art Book Illustrations Book Worms Mythology Illustrators   Bookplate Journal (Vol 9 page 64).

The reviewer generously concentrated on the book’s plus-points, but armorials are almost wholly excluded, and readers may wonder at the balance and choice of illustrations, often reproduced without regard to original size. A more accurate title would have been “Ex Libris The Buy The Art of the Bookplate 1st ed.

by Keenan, James, Plimpton, George (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible  › Arts & Photography › History & Criticism › History. One thought on “ John Rylands on the art of the bookplate ” Elias March 3, at am.

I have been trying to find the time to visit Rylands for a numebr of years to take a look at this archive. Now that Matthew has comprehensively catalogued the collection it will make my visit very rewarding.I am related to George R Sims though my maternal grandmother who was his 1st Contact LOCATION.

S Cross St. Chestertown, MD Hours Monday - Saturday 10AM - 5PM Sunday 11AM - 4PM ☎ CONTACT. [email protected] () Bookplate artists and their customers have used this art form to identify their books since the 15th century, when books were rare and valuable.

Defined by the Latin term "ex libris," meaning "of the book" or "bookplate," the bookplate uses miniature art to adorn hard-copy books and identify who they belong :// The bookplate was simply a way for book owners to identify their books and perhaps encourage their return when they were lent out to friends and family.

The first bookplates were used in Germany in the 16th century by Christian monks, and the practice spread among European :// - Artist: Spenceley, J.

Winfred (Joseph Winfred), Date: Description: States, 'Ex Libris Georgia Medora Lee;' depicts an open window set in a library with a view of mountains, a lake and a road.

Above, a banner with the names 'Balzac, Ruskin, Mabie, Lytton, Eliot, Van Dyke' surrounds the motto 'With my frie A notable collection item is a Lindesay-designed bookplate (at left) for Robert C.

Littlewood, a collector of Australian art and graphic prints produced between andon the occasion of his 40 th birthday. This bookplate includes a jester motif, inspired by a famous self-portrait by Lionel Lindsay, with the design itself showing a ?p= Get this from a library.

Rockwell Kent: the art of the bookplate. [Don Roberts] -- This landmark book features privately commissioned and rarely seen bookplates from a signature American artist, with information about the origin and design of each.

://. The bookplate entries must be sent via Registered Mail or Priority Mail (with tracking) by 15 October to the following address: ASBC&D, P.O. BoxTucson, AZ, USA, Artists of entries published in the Catalog will receive the edition free of ://bookplate, printmaking, australian bookplate design award, keith wingrove memorial trust Historical information After a quiet period, interest in bookplates in Australia began to increase in the early s, Entrepreneurial art and book collectors such as Edwin Jewell and others commissioned multiple Bookplate designs from a range of well known   Trained at the School of Art and School of Printing, Colchester, she works in linocut and will undertake all styles of bookplate.

Examples of her work appears in the volume of the Bio-Bibliographical Encyclopaedia of the Art of the Contemporary Ex-Libris. Address: 33 Cardigan Street, Ipswich IP1 3PF Telephone: