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2020-07-23 06:12:36
[LETTERS]. ALVAREZ DE TOLEDO, Pedro and Maria OSORIO Y PIMENTEL.
[4]; [4]; [2] pp. including blanks.Three letters from Pedro Alvarez de Toledo (1484-1553), Duke of Alba and councillor to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, and his wife Maria Osorio y Pimentel (1498-1539) to Ferrante Gonzaga (1507-1557), Viceroy of Sicily, who commanded the imperial cavalry fighting the Ottomans in North Africa. They concern the Ottoman fleet marauding in the Mediterranean in 1539, thirteen years after the Ottoman victory at the Battle of Mohács gave them control of much of Hungary and roused Christian fears of their strong presence in Europe, and ten years after Barbarossa established his base in Algiers. The first letter, signed by Alvarez de Toledo, advises that, due to the recent loss of Castelnuovo to the Turks, he has given orders for vigilance and defensive preparations on the island of Lipari. He asks Gonzaga to supply any assistance the islanders require. The second letter, also from Alvarez de Toledo, advises Gonzaga that he has received a letter from Andrea Doria (1466-1560), urging a campaign against Barbary to be carried out forthwith, in order to avoid further damage from the Turks. This followed the defeat of Doria's fleet at the battle of Preveza in September 1538 by the fleet commanded by the Ottoman admiral Haydeddin Barbarossa (ca. 1478-1546), long feared in Europe as the infamous privateer Red Beard. The third letter is addressed to Gonzaga by Osorio y Pimentel, informing him that her husband has sent news that the Turkish fleet has been sighted off the Capo d'Otranto, some 150 sails having been observed. She also notes that she has info … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-11 08:51:03
PERGAMI DE SANT JOAN DE LES ABADESAS, VENDA DEL MAS QUERANT, 1484. 55X30. MIQUEL QUINTANA DE VIDRA, PERE TAVERROLES DE LLOYES. MOLT RAR PERGAMI I UNIC. REF C - 1 BIBLIOTECA HAB. Language: eng [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques [Sabadell, BCN, Spain]
2020-07-01 11:35:07
SANMICHELI, Michele (1484-1559) - POMPEI, Alessandro ed. (1705-1772), The five orders of civil architecture by Michel Sanmicheli taken over by his factories, and described and published with those of Vitruvius, Alberti, Palladio, Scamozzi, Serlio, and Vignola by co. Alessandro Pompei Verona Jacopo Vallarsi In folio (325x221 mm). Pp. 112. Shelfmark: [π]4 *4 TO4 [EM]4. Title vignette signed with the initials AB, monogram of the engraver Antonio Balestra (1666-1740). Text printed on two columns. Copper heads and ends, woodcut initial. With 37 intaglio illustrations in the text, all full page except one half page, numbered I-XXXVII, some with monogram AB by Antonio Balestra, others signed with the AP monogram by Alessandro Pompei or with the GB monogram by Gaudenzio Bellini. With also the full-page chalcographic portrait of Sanmicheli (c. Π2r) and those, engraved in half-page copper like a small head, of Alberti (c. C1r), of Palladio (c. C2v), of Scamozzi ( c. C3v), Serlio (c. C4v) and Barozzi (c. D1v). Half parchment with slightly posterior points, ribbed spine with manuscript title. On the counterplate ex-libris engraved "Biondella di Valpadena Verona Eredi Tiepolo della Persia". Frontispiece and some slightly reddish papers, slight marginal blooms, ancient reinforcement at the inner edge of the π3 paper. Excellent marginal copy, almost in beards. A coeval note, written at the edge of table 20 in red ink, recalls how the type of frieze illustrated in the above table can be seen at the "Porta del Palazzo pretorio", with probable reference to the Palazzo della Ragione in Verona … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-15 21:55:14
OTTO VON PASSAU.
Boec des gulden throe[n]s of der xxiiij. ouden en[de] hoemen elke[n] vinden mach en[de] va[n] hoerre leringhen die si leren om te comen totten ewighen leven.(colophon: Haarlem, [Jacob Bellaert], 25 October 1484). Folio (29 x 21.5 cm). With large woodcut printer's device (142 x 82 mm) on verso of last leaf (with the arms of the city of Haarlem above an eagle holding a larger blank shield, here filled in by a contemporary owner); 4 woodcut illustrations and 20 repeats, representing the 24 elders, each showing one of the male elders, standing, teaching a female novice kneeling before him. Further with spaces left for initials, all filled in with uncials by hand, about 25 with penwork decoration in 1 or 2 additional colours: 1 blue 6-line initial with decorations in red and violate extending far into the margin, about 24 red 3 to 9-line (mostly 7-line) initials with lavendar penwork (1 with 2 green dots), some extending into the margin, and more than 70 2-line red initials without penwork decoration; a few spaces left for ¶-marks, also filled in in red; capitals rubricated throughout. Set entirely in Baellart's textura (99 or 100 mm/20 lines or about 14.5 point). Lacking leaf 137 (the second to last text leaf) and the final blank. Modern sheepskin. [1 blank, 3], "136" [= 135 (of 136)], [1] ll. The second Dutch edition of Otto von Passau's religious instructive work, first published at Utrecht in 1480. The golden throne of the 24 elders is the only work known to survive by Otto von Passau, a Franciscan preacher who lived in the second half of the 14th century. It has been dated … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:17:49
PERSIUS FLACCUS.
Satirarum opus [= Satyrae/Saturae].(Colophon: Venice, Dionysius de Bertochus & Pelegrinus de Paschalibus Bononienses, 10 September 1484). Small folio (29.5 x 21 cm). With the verse text surrounded on three sides by Fonzio's prose commentary, Bertochus and Pelegrinus's woodcut device next to the colophon on the last printed page, with spaces left for manuscript initials without guide letters (not filled in). Set in 2 sizes of Venetian-style roman type (110 and 83 mm/20 lines) with an occasional Greek letter. 19th-century(?) sheepskin parchment. [1 blank], [54], [1 blank] pp. A 1484 edition of the (mostly hexametric) verse satires by Persius Flaccus (AD 34-62), the sixth known edition with the extensive prose commentary by Bartolomeo Fonzio. Persius satirized Stoic ethics, literary style, their asking the gods for material gain, and their views of life goals and liberty, all in the light of the decadence and corruption of Nero's court at Rome. Though influenced by the satires of Lucilius and Horace, Persius's calm and seriously educational critique gives his work a subtle depth often lacking in his predecessors. He left his satires unfinished at his premature death and they were put into order by his friends Cornutus and Bassus. Ulrich Han in Rome printed the first edition in 1470 and many followed quickly, but the most important were those with Fonzio's commentaries,.Bartolomeo Fonzio (1446/49-1513), born in Etruria, was a Florentine humanist and professor of poetry and rhetoric at the university there. He greatly admired Persius's work but found that its obscurities limited … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-12 10:37:09
Hugo de Sancto Victore
Printer of Henricus Ariminensis (Georg Reyser?), 1484. Folio, 246 leaves, contemporary German binding of blind-tooled sheep (?) over oak boards; no title, colophon or other printing information, as issued. Moderate external wear; hinges cracked but cords are sturdy; lacks clasps. Text block is clean and bright overall with rubricated initials in red or blue throughout, occasionally highlighted with silver illumination (now oxidized); all printed majuscule are lightly highlighted in yellow. Faults to text as follows: first leaf torn and creased at front edge, with old repair, no loss of text; 10 x 5 cm ink blotch on initial leaf, with 1 cm bleed to second leaf; one leaf has old repairs with slight loss of text; many small insect holes starting at rear through final 25 leaves, primarily in the margins, with one small hole in text persisting through 60 leaves; minimal text loss. Ex-library, two American seminaries; marks consist of small label on front pastedown, small label and light inkstamp on blank recto of initial leaf; card pocket on rear pastedown. An attractive copy overall.<br /><br />First and only incunable edition of this important medieval work on learning by twelfth-century Saxon churchman Hugh of Saint Victor, a founder of scholastic philosophy. <i>Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke (GW)</i> 13625; <i>ISTC</i> ih00532000. <i>GW</i> describes three variant collations; this copy conforms to that given by Polain in his <i>Catalogue des livres imprimés au quinzième siècle des bibliothèques de Belgique</i>, entry 2033. There are 246 unnumbered leaves, with tex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Archway Books [United States]
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2020-06-10 14:12:00
PERSIUS FLACCUS.
Satirarum opus [= Satyrae/Saturae].(Colophon: Venice, Dionysius de Bertochus & Pelegrinus de Paschalibus Bononienses, 10 September 1484). Small folio (29.5 x 21 cm). With the verse text surrounded on three sides by Fonzio's prose commentary, Bertochus and Pelegrinus's woodcut device next to the colophon on the last printed page, with spaces left for manuscript initials without guide letters (not filled in). Set in 2 sizes of Venetian-style roman type (110 and 83 mm/20 lines) with an occasional Greek letter. 19th-century(?) sheepskin parchment. [1 blank], [54], [1 blank] pp. A 1484 edition of the (mostly hexametric) verse satires by Persius Flaccus (AD 34-62), the sixth known edition with the extensive prose commentary by Bartolomeo Fonzio. Persius satirized Stoic ethics, literary style, their asking the gods for material gain, and their views of life goals and liberty, all in the light of the decadence and corruption of Nero's court at Rome. Though influenced by the satires of Lucilius and Horace, Persius's calm and seriously educational critique gives his work a subtle depth often lacking in his predecessors. He left his satires unfinished at his premature death and they were put into order by his friends Cornutus and Bassus. Ulrich Han in Rome printed the first edition in 1470 and many followed quickly, but the most important were those with Fonzio's commentaries,.Bartolomeo Fonzio (1446/49-1513), born in Etruria, was a Florentine humanist and professor of poetry and rhetoric at the university there. He greatly admired Persius's work but found that its obscurities limited … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-03-08 09:54:07
Deutsch, Niklaus Manuel
1484. 35 x 45 cm, lithogr. Orig.-Deckel, lithogr. Titelbaltt, 1 Bl. lithogr. Künstlerportrait, 2 Bl. Vorbericht, Erläuterungen, 1 lithogr. Bl. (Verse zu den Tafeln), 24 Taf. m Umrisslithographien, Lose Blatt in neuer Mappe, Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, einige Blätter mit kleinen Randläsuren, schönes Exemplar. Sehr seltene Folge des berühmten Berner Totentanzes des Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (ca. 1484-1530). Die Umfassungsmauer mit den Fresken um das ehm. Dominikaner-Kloster (heute Französischen Kirche) wurden bereits 1660 abgerissen. Die Gouachen des Malers Albrecht Kauw (1616- 1681), schuf um 1649 die Goauchen nach dem Original. Diese sind im Historischen Museum Bern beeindruckend inszeniert. Der Maler Wilhelm Stettler (ca.1643-1708) kopierte in kleinerem Format die Bilder von Kauw. Nach diesen hat Sigmund Wagner (1759-1835) die Lithographien hergestellt.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2020-02-13 05:51:04
Johannes Molitor and anonymous authors
Basel, Printer of the Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas, July 6, 1484; Southern Germany or Switzerland, c. 1475-1500. UNIQUE HYBRID BOOK: IMPRINT AND MANUSCRIPT ON CANON LAW IN ITS ORIGINAL BINDING. In Latin, manuscript and imprint on paper, Southern Germany or Switzerland, c. 1475-1500. Dimensions 310 x 215 mm, 304 folios, missing one leaf, numerous watermarks throughout, alphabetical quire signatures throughout imprint, written by at least two scribes in late Gothic cursive, majuscules and rubrics touched with red, red and blue alternating paraphs, simple red and blue alternating initials, eight-line red and blue puzzle initial on f. 32. BINDING: CONTEMPORARY BINDING of white pigskin over wooden boards, stamp of repeating vines and fleur-de-lis on both covers, brass clasps. TEXT: This majestic book on Canon (and some Civil) Law contains an incunable index by a rare Swiss printer, providing ready reference to a commentary on the Decretals of Gregory IX (ISTC No.ia00880000), sandwiched between two manuscript indices inspired by the printed text. The fact that all three texts are preserved together in the original binding indicates that the hybrid book was specially created for its original owner. PROVENANCE: Printed in Basel by the Printer of the Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas, July 6, 1484, with contemporary manuscript additions; evidence of the script and watermark point to southern Germany or Switzerland, in the last quarter of the 15th century. The last folio (f. 304) holds an index for the anonymous table of canon law subjects immediately preceding it added in the sixteent … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [United States]
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2020-02-05 04:42:19
Augustinus, Aurelius:
Venedig, Andreas de Bonetis, 23.VIl, 1484. 1 w., 287 Bll. Dritte Ausgabe, der zweiten vom Vorjahr gegenüber um einige Schriften ergäntzt. Variante ohne die Druckermarke auf dem le. Bl. - GW 2864 - Hain/Coc, 1947 - BMC V, 361 - Proctor 4813 - Goff A 1217 - RSB-lnk A 897 - Voull„ Bin. 4033. - Enthalten sind Maeditationes und Soliloquia, Manuale de verbodel, Enchiridion, 13 kleinere Tractate, die Confessiones, De doctrina christiana, 3 kleinere Tractate . Augustinus: De spiritu et anima (darin: de daemone, somniis et visionibus). „The Tractatus de spiritu et anima is ascribed to Augustine himself in the text" (BMC). - Einige alte Marginalien, das restaurierte w. Anfangsbl. recto mit aufgeklebtem Kat-Ausschnitt, verso mit zeitgen. handschriftl. Inhaltsverzeichnis, kaum gebräunt oder fleckig. - Insgesamt gutes und frisches Exemplar mit zwei der bis heute geistegeschichtlich und literarisch wirksamsten und hochgeschätzten Schriften Augustins, den „Soliloquien" und „Bekenntnissen". Rare Incunabula-Edition, Venedig 1484. Third edition, the second one of the previous year supplemented by some writings. Continuously rubricated with numerous Lombards painted in red and blue. Bound in contemp. leather on wooden boards (rubbed, lacking the claps, preliminary leaves a. spine renewed). Ha. Bei Bestellungen auf Rechnung bleibt Vorkasse vorbehalten. Bestellungen erfolgen ohne Gewähr und gelten erst nach Bestätigung der Verfügbarkeit. Schadensersatzansprüche sind bei nicht Lieferbarkeit ausgeschlossen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°, Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgeprägtem braun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett [Berlin, Germany]
2020-02-01 21:14:10
Augustinus, Aurelius:
Venedig, Andreas de Bonetis, 23.VIl, 1484. 1 w., 287 Bll. Dritte Ausgabe, der zweiten vom Vorjahr gegenüber um einige Schriften ergäntzt. Variante ohne die Druckermarke auf dem le. Bl. - GW 2864 - Hain/Coc, 1947 - BMC V, 361 - Proctor 4813 - Goff A 1217 - RSB-lnk A 897 - Voull„ Bin. 4033. - Enthalten sind Maeditationes und Soliloquia, Manuale de verbodel, Enchiridion, 13 kleinere Tractate, die Confessiones, De doctrina christiana, 3 kleinere Tractate . Augustinus: De spiritu et anima (darin: de daemone, somniis et visionibus). „The Tractatus de spiritu et anima is ascribed to Augustine himself in the text" (BMC). - Einige alte Marginalien, das restaurierte w. Anfangsbl. recto mit aufgeklebtem Kat-Ausschnitt, verso mit zeitgen. handschriftl. Inhaltsverzeichnis, kaum gebräunt oder fleckig. - Insgesamt gutes und frisches Exemplar mit zwei der bis heute geistegeschichtlich und literarisch wirksamsten und hochgeschätzten Schriften Augustins, den „Soliloquien" und „Bekenntnissen". Rare Incunabula-Edition, Venedig 1484. Third edition, the second one of the previous year supplemented by some writings. Continuously rubricated with numerous Lombards painted in red and blue. Bound in contemp. leather on wooden boards (rubbed, lacking the claps, preliminary leaves a. spine renewed). Ha. Bei Bestellungen auf Rechnung bleibt Vorkasse vorbehalten. Bestellungen erfolgen ohne Gewähr und gelten erst nach Bestätigung der Verfügbarkeit. Schadensersatzansprüche sind bei nicht Lieferbarkeit ausgeschlossen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°, Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgeprägtem braun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett [Berlin, Germany]
2020-01-19 15:51:02
Sant'Agostino
1484. Condition: Buone condizioni. Sant'Agostino, Opuscula: Meditationes et allii tractatus Venetiis Andreas de Bonetis de Papia 1484 4°, mm 205x150, 288 carte, manca la prima carta bianca. Testo su due colonne in caratteri gotici a 42 linee. Splendida iniziale miniata in blu, verde e rosa su sfondo dorato, le altre iniziali rubricate in rosso e blu. Rilegatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena, titolo su tassello in pelle al dorso con filetti dorati, piatti marmorizzati. All'interno sono presenti copiose annotazioni di mano coeva, l'esemplare è leggermente rifilato al taglio superiore e laterale, monogramma cancellato alla prima carta, rinforzo a due carte, piccoli segni di tarlo alle ultime 50 carte lontano dal testo. Nel complesso buona copia di non comune edizione veneziana (die 23 mensis juli 1484), che raccoglie numerosi testi agostiniani o a lui attribuiti e alcune opere sulla sua vita e il suo pensiero. Segnaliamo tra gli altri: Confessioni; De Doctrina Christiana; Meditationes; Soliloquia; De Vita Beata; Enchiridion. Tra le opere biografiche e filosofiche segnaliamo la biografia del Santo scritta da San Possidio e il trattato di Eusebio Corrado sulle regole di vita agostiniane. (ISTC: ia01217000; Hain 1947; Goff 1217; Musei Vaticani, p. 370; IGE, 1015).
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [Verbania, Italy]
2020-01-16 01:10:08
Condition: Buone condizioni. SANMICHELI, Michele (1484-1559) - POMPEI, Alessandro ed. (1705-1772), Li cinque ordini dell'architettura civile di Michel Sanmicheli rilevati dalle sue fabriche, e descritti e publicati con quelli di Vitruvio, Alberti, Palladio, Scamozzi, Serlio, e Vignola dal co. Alessandro Pompei Verona Jacopo Vallarsi In folio (mm 325x221). Pp. 112. Segnatura: [π]4 *4 A-D4 [E-M]4. Vignetta al titolo sottoscritta con le iniziali AB, monogramma dell'incisore Antonio Balestra (1666-1740).Testo stampato su due colonne. Testatine e finalini in rame, iniziale xilografica. Con 37 illustrazioni calcografiche nel testo, tutte a piena pagina tranne una a mezza pagina, numerate I-XXXVII, alcune con monogramma AB di Antonio Balestra, altre sottoscritte con il monogramma AP di Alessandro Pompei o con il monogramma GB di Gaudenzio Bellini. Con inoltre il ritratto calcografico del Sanmicheli a piena pagina (c. π2r) e quelli, incisi in rame a mezza pagina a mo' di testatina, dell'Alberti (c. C1r), del Palladio (c. C2v), dello Scamozzi (c. C3v), del Serlio (c. C4v) e del Barozzi (c. D1v). Mezza pergamena con punte di poco posteriore, dorso a nervetti con titolo manoscritto. Al contropiatto ex-libris inciso "Biondella di Valpadena Verona Eredi Tiepolo della Persia". Frontespizio e qualche carta un po' arrossati, lievi fioriture marginali, antico rinforzo al margine interno della carta π3. Ottima copia marginosa, quasi in barbe. Una nota coeva, vergata al margine della tavola 20 in inchiostro rosso, ricorda come il tipo di fregio illustrato nella suddetta tavola possa essere vi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2019-12-19 11:34:02
Bonaventura - Inkunabel im Originaleinband von 1484
Bartholomaeus von Unkel und Johann Koelhoff, 1484. Verkaufe im Auftrag, Standort des Buches ist Nähe Köln, kann jederzeit gekauft werden, betrifft nicht meine Urlaubsabwesenheit. Bonaventura, Opuscula 2 Teile in einem Band 218 nicht numm. Bll. Köln, Bartholomaeus von Unkel und Johann Koelhoff 1484 Holzdeckelband der Zeit mit blindgeprägtem Lederbezug und 2 Schließen, Originaleinband von 1484, oberes Kapital restauriert. Folio (30 x 20 cm) Gotische Type kräftiger Druck auf starkem Büttenpapier breitrandig und sehr gut erhalten. Ausgemalte Initialien in rot. Bartholomaeus von Unkel letztes Buch. Er starb wären des Druckens dieses Buches. Es wurde von seinem Kollegen Koelhoff zu Ende gedruckt. Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL
Bookseller: HGomoll [Germany]
2019-12-12 00:02:06
Boccaccio, Giovanni - Francesco Alunno [d. i. Francesco del Bailo]
1484. 8, Titelbl. m. Vignette in Holzschnitt (Porträt von Francesco Alunno), 5 Bl. Zueignung u. Inhaltsübersicht, 264 Bl., Initialen in Holzschnitt, Neueres Priv.-HLdr. m. 4 Zierbünden, rotem Rückenschild, Rundum-Rotschnitt, Rücken tlw. fleckig, Kanten berieben, Einträge von alter Hand auf fleckiger Vakatseite nach Vorsatz sowie auf den Stegen des Titelblatts, erste ca. 25 Bl. meist nur am Kopf- und Seitensteg wasserrandig, letzte ca. 40 Bl. oben wasserrandig, oben (vergleichsweise) knapp beschnitten, oft etw. stock- u. fingerfleckig (meist an den Stegen), letzte Lage aus zwei Fäden gelöst allg. gutes Ex. Francesco Del Bailo (ca.1484-1556), ital. Kalligraf, Lexikograf und Grammatiker, entstammte dem niederen Adel der Stadt Ferrara. Mütterlicherseits war er verwandt mit dem Dichter und Juristen Giovanni Ronchegallo Ghioldi, der auf seine intellektuelle Entwicklung Einfluss nahm und dem er sein erstes Buch Osservazioni sopra il Petrarca widmete. Er legte sich den Namen Alunno (lateinisch: "musarum alumnus" = "Musenschüler", "Musensohn") zu. Möglicherweise wurde er zum Priester geweiht, doch zeigte er nie besonderes Interesse für religiöse Fragen.[1] Alunno lehrte in Udine, wo er mit Niccolò Liburnio in Kontakt kam, und ab 1532 in Venedig als Meister der Kalligrafie. Seine kalligrafischen Werke wurden zu seiner Zeit hochgeschätzt.[2] Aus einem Brief des Grammatikers Girolamo Ruscelli geht hervor, dass Alunno, Ludovico Dolce, Ruscelli und Pietro Aretino in Venedig eine Art literarisch-verlegerische Gemeinschaft bildeten. Alunnos zweites gedruckte Werk Ricchezze della lingua v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-11-24 01:25:29
PERSIUS FLACCUS.
[1 blank], [54], [1 blank] pp.A 1484 edition of the (mostly hexametric) verse satires by Persius Flaccus (AD 34-62), the sixth known edition with the extensive prose commentary by Bartolomeo Fonzio. Persius satirized Stoic ethics, literary style, their asking the gods for material gain, and their views of life goals and liberty, all in the light of the decadence and corruption of Nero's court at Rome. Though influenced by the satires of Lucilius and Horace, Persius's calm and seriously educational critique gives his work a subtle depth often lacking in his predecessors. He left his satires unfinished at his premature death and they were put into order by his friends Cornutus and Bassus. Ulrich Han in Rome printed the first edition in 1470 and many followed quickly, but the most important were those with Fonzio's commentaries,.Bartolomeo Fonzio (1446/49-1513), born in Etruria, was a Florentine humanist and professor of poetry and rhetoric at the university there. He greatly admired Persius's work but found that its obscurities limited its reception, so he set out to clarify it for the reader.With a couple contemporary pen decorations and a pointing hand in brown ink beside the main text. With some marginal stains, mostly in the last quire, which also shows restorations in the gutter margin, but otherwise in good condition and with wide margins (2-5.5 cm).l BMC VII, p. 1139; Bod-Inc P140; Goff P346; GW M31375; ISTC ip00346000.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-10-07 20:17:11
Ibn Gabirol, Shlomo ben Yehuda
Sonchino, 1484. Sonchino. Mivchar haPninim, 1484, Sonchino. Author: Ibn Gabirol, Shlomo ben Yehuda. Publisher: Sonchino. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1484.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-10-03 22:32:42
(INCUNABULA). HENRICUS DE HERPF
[Speyer]: Peter Drach, [after 17 Jan. 1484, not after 1486]. FIRST (and only incunabular) EDITION. This is a handsomely bound copy of the first printing of this collection of 222 sermons by Flemish Franciscan Hendrik Herp (ca. 1410-77), known for his mystical works of devotion. He began his religious career with the Brethren of the Common Life in Delft, where he was greatly influenced by "Devotio Moderna," the undogmatic practice of simple piety. His best known work, "The Mirror of Perfection," was widely read and translated into many languages. On a 1450 pilgrimage to Rome, Herp joined the Franciscan order, and returned to the Low Countries to serve as the superior at several convents. The present series of sermons for the seasons of the Church year draw heavily on the works of Doctors of the Church, especially Thomas Aquinas and Bernard of Clairvaux. Printer Peter Drach and his namesake son operated a press in Speyer, Germany from 1477 until the end of the century. Our volume long resided in the library of Uelzen, the city where it was bound, as indicated by the early ink inscription and the more modern ink stamp on the flyleaf. The pastedowns, from another early printed book, contain passages from the Gospels of Matthew (26:18-36) and Mark (14:5-21).. 300 x 215 mm. (11 3/4 x 8 1/2"). [428] leaves. Double column, 48 lines, gothic type. FIRST (and only incunabular) EDITION. IMPOSING CONTEMPORARY BLIND-STAMPED CALF over bevelled wooden boards, covers with repeating griffin, eagle, and lion tools attributed to an Uelzen workshop [EBDB w000321], original brass cornerpieces … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
2019-10-01 07:34:00
GRITSCH, JOHANNES [i.e., CONRADUS]
[Strassburg: Printer of the 1483 "Vitas Patrum"], 5 February 1484. This is a handsome copy, with a very fine illuminated initial and border, of an early printed collection of Lenten sermons. Born in Basel, Franciscan friar Konrad Gritsch (ca. 1409-ca. 1475) was learned in canon law, biblical exegesis, and philosophy, and he was a stirring and popular preacher who knew how to tell a good story. First printed in Nuremberg ca. 1474, these sermons for the period from Ash Wednesday to Easter deliver their material in an unusually lively way, a fact that no doubt contributed to their popularity. Sometimes Gritsch asks a question like why is lightning seen before thunder is heard, or why is one country hotter than another? Is it praiseworthy for a saint to mix ashes with his food? (The answer to that one is "no," because to do so would constitute a senseless departure from the mean.) Elsewhere interest is maintained by mythological examples taken from Ovid. One sermon, for example, relates how Latona brought forth Diana and Apollo on the island of Delos and how peasants who refused to give her water for her children were turned into frogs. No one has established the identity of the Printer of the 1483 "Vitas Patrum," but it seems likely that he had ties to Basel, or perhaps apprenticed there. According to ISTC, the Registrum is printed in the types of Basel printer Michael Wenssler, and the BMC notes that the lower case type used in the body of the text is "indistinguishable from that of Kesler (Basel)." ISTC records 28 works attributed to this printer, all issued between 1483 an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-10-01 01:51:29
HENRICUS DE HERPF
[Speyer]: Peter Drach, [after 17 Jan. 1484, not after 1486]. FIRST PRINTING. This is a monastic copy, with considerable bibliographic interest, of the only incunabular printing of the second part of Franciscan theologian Henricus de Herpf's series of sermons for the Church year, containing homilies for saints' feast days. Named for his birthplace in Brabant, Herpf, or Harpf (ca. 1410-77) is best known for his three books of mystical theology, dealing with the joys of contemplation. The "Sermones de Sanctis" here celebrate the virtues and deeds of principal saints, beginning with St. Andrew (November 30, the beginning of Advent) and ending with St. Catherine of Alexandria (November 25). Our author then appends 12 sermons in honor of the founder of his order, St. Francis, 48 sermons on penitence, and 20 Advent sermons, ending with a poem asking the reader's gracious acceptance of his work. The supplied leaves here make this an intriguing volume bibliographically. In Catalog 32 (1991), Bernard Rosenthal noted that contemporary manuscript leaves with text, as here, perfectly replicating that of the printed versions, were likely executed in the printer's shop. He said that "replacing leaves in manuscript when a printer found himself short a few leaves was a fairly common practice." It also seems likely that printers occasionally used paper that was a bit shorter than other leaves in the volume, simply because they'd run out of leaves in the proper size but had some available that would work (see, e.g., another copy of this work, Reiss & Sohn lot 4429, 1 Nov. 2011). This would a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-10-01 01:12:07
GRITSCH, JOHANNES [i.e., CONRADUS]
Printer of the 1483 "Vitas Patrum"] 5 February 1484, [Strassburg. 325 x 220 mm. (12 3/4 x 8 1/2"). [226] leaves, first and last blank. Double columns, 50 lines and headline in gothic type. The Registrum [quires a and b] in the types of Michael Wenssler, Basel. Four leaves (o4/o5, y/3/y6) printed on slightly shorter paper. Excellent contemporary blind-stamped pigskin, covers with blind-rule frame, central panel divided into quarters by diagonal rules, upper cover with small octagonal stamp in three of these compartments, author's name in ink at head of board, both covers with brass corner guards and central boss (all original except boss on lower cover), lower cover with small hole near head edge where chain was once attached, two leather straps with brass catches, raised bands, expertly rebacked to style by Bernard Middleton, spine panels decorated in blind, with central lozenge containing a leaping hart flanked on either side by a banner, a star tool in each corner, newer endpapers, hinges reinforced. In a modern brown linen drop-back box. Paragraph marks in red, capitals struck with red, three-line hand-painted red initials at beginning of sections, incipit on c1r with A 10-LINE DECORATIVE INITIAL IN RED, BLUE, AND GREEN ON BRUSHED GOLD, acanthus leaves within letter and its center highlighted in white and gold, a pink and a gold leaf extending into border, and LOWER BORDER WITH A SPRAY OF LEAFY PASSIONFLOWER VINES in colors and gold extending halfway up the fore-edge margin, where it is TOPPED WITH A GRAY AND RED CRANE. Front pastedown and endpaper with neat bibliographi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-09-23 08:33:15
Ridinger, Johann Elias (Ulm 1698 ? Augsburg 1767)
1484. Dominante Dreierbeziehung von Maria mit dem schlafenden Kinde auf dem Arm, dessen Rechte auf das Ecce Agnus Dei als Banderole um den Kreuzstab des ihm das rechte Füßchen küssenden Johannesknaben als seinem späteren Täufer weist, der der ein Buch in beiden Händen haltende Joseph gedankenvoll zuschaut. In der Schrifttafel darunter gleichfalls leergebliebene Muschelkartusche. Schabkunstblatt. Bezeichnet: Ioh. El. Ridinger excud. A.V. Blattgröße 53 x 40,8 cm. Vgl. Schwarz 1484 nebst Taf. II, XXXIX; Gräflich Faber-Castell (1958) 166 ohne Erkennen als Variante zu Schwarz. ? Nicht bei Thienemann (1856), Stillfried (1876), Weigel, Kunstlager-Catalog I-XXVIII (1838/57), Slg. Coppenrath (1889 f.), Gg. Hamminger (1895), Helbing XXXIV (Arbeiten von J. E. und M. E. Ridinger; 1900), Rosenthal, Ridinger-Liste 126 (1940). ? In reichem Hell-Dunkel sich präsentierender offensichtlicher Zweitzustand von Schwarz 1484 ? ?Aehnlich, doch nicht identisch mit Th. 1280? ? bei weniger Detailnuancierung. Hier dreiseits auf Plattenkante geschnitten, muß offenbleiben, ob der den Höhenunterschied ausmachenden bildlosen Füllfläche oberhalb Marias + Josephs eine Verkürzung der Platte oder individueller Papierbeschnitt zu Grunde liegt. ? Typographisches Wz. ? Über belegte Rarität und zudem unbeschriebenen Zustandsdruck hinaus von vorprogrammierter Seltenheit als die sich technisch bedingt extrem schnell abnutzende Schabplatte nach Urteil des Praktikers Sandrart (1675) nur 50-60 gute Abdrucke ermöglicht.Entsprechend denn auch schon 1856 Thienemann, Seiten VIII + 270: ?Die Schwarzkunstblätter sind im Ha … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-08-23 17:28:08
Salernitanus, Nicolaus.
[Strasbourg, Johann Prüss, ca. 1483/1484]. 4to. (23 [instead of 96] ff.). With a woodcut initial showing two birds and red Lombardic initials. Rubricated throughout. 20th century full vellum. Early edition of this prominent Italian pharmacopoeia, composed around 1140 by the physician and teacher at the Schola Medica Salernitana, Nicolaus of Salerno, or Praepositus. First printed in 1471, it remains an important source of information on medieval pharmacy, materia medica, dentistry, and pharmacotherapy, and was probably based on the anonymous Antidotarius magnus (composed between 1087 and 1100, itself probably based on an older Salernitan manuscript by Constantinus Africanus, 1020-87). The "Antidotarium Nicolai" includes more than 100 of these older recipes, along with several others by Salerno physicians. The book's practical structure, with its recommendations of preservable remedies and exact weight specifications, assured its lasting popularity; parts of it still appeared in 19th century pharmacopoeia. - Occasional light browning; a paper flaw to the margin of fol. 16 professionally repaired. A wide-margined copy of the Antidotarium only, omitting Mesue's "Grabadin" and the "Liber servitoris" by the Arab physician Abulcasis, which Prüss published together with Nicholas's work as parts 2 and 3 of a medical anthology. Well preserved in a modern binding. H 11763. Goff N-163. GW M26754. BSB-Ink N-139. Choulant, 290. Wellcome I, 4537. Cf. Osler 7467 (1471 ed.).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-08-21 15:50:11
PERSIUS FLACCUS.
A 1484 edition of the (mostly hexametric) verse satires by Persius Flaccus (AD 34-62), the sixth known edition with the extensive prose commentary by Bartolomeo Fonzio. Persius satirized Stoic ethics, literary style, their asking the gods for material gain, and their views of life goals and liberty, all in the light of the decadence and corruption of Nero's court at Rome. Though influenced by the satires of Lucilius and Horace, Persius's calm and seriously educational critique gives his work a subtle depth often lacking in his predecessors. He left his satires unfinished at his premature death and they were put into order by his friends Cornutus and Bassus. Ulrich Han in Rome printed the first edition in 1470 and many followed quickly, but the most important were those with Fonzio's commentaries,.Bartolomeo Fonzio (1446/49-1513), born in Etruria, was a Florentine humanist and professor of poetry and rhetoric at the university there. He greatly admired Persius's work but found that its obscurities limited its reception, so he set out to clarify it for the reader.With a couple contemporary pen decorations and a pointing hand in brown ink beside the main text. With some marginal stains, mostly in the last quire, which also shows restorations in the gutter margin, but otherwise in good condition and with wide margins (2-5.5 cm).l BMC VII, p. 1139; Bod-Inc P140; Goff P346; GW M31375; ISTC ip00346000. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-07-25 11:34:30
Deutsch, Niklaus Manuel
1484. 35 x 45 cm, lithogr. Orig.-Deckel, lithogr. Titelbaltt, 1 Bl. lithogr. Künstlerportrait, 2 Bl. Vorbericht, Erläuterungen, 1 lithogr. Bl. (Verse zu den Tafeln), 24 Taf. m Umrisslithographien, Lose Blatt in neuer Mappe, Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, einige Blätter mit kleinen Randläsuren, schönes Exemplar. Sehr seltene Folge des berühmten Berner Totentanzes des Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (ca. 1484-1530). Die Umfassungsmauer mit den Fresken um das ehm. Dominikaner-Kloster (heute Französischen Kirche) wurden bereits 1660 abgerissen. Die Gouachen des Malers Albrecht Kauw (1616- 1681), schuf um 1649 die Goauchen nach dem Original. Diese sind im Historischen Museum Bern beeindruckend inszeniert. Der Maler Wilhelm Stettler (ca.1643-1708) kopierte in kleinerem Format die Bilder von Kauw. Nach diesen hat Sigmund Wagner (1759-1835) die Lithographien hergestellt.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-07-23 15:45:42
Pastor, Ludwig Freiherr von
1484. 8, je ca 500 S., Kart. goldgeprägt, rundum marmorierter Schnitt., Unterschiedlich beschienen (2 Bde. mit leichtem Wasserrand über etwa 25 Blatt) ansonsten tadell. Mischauflagen: 1. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance bis zur Wahl Pius' II., Martin V., Eugen IV., Nikolaus V., Kalixtus III. 2. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance von der Thronbesteigung Pius' II. bis zum Tode Sixtus' 3./I. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance von der Wahl Innozenz' VIII. bis zum Tode Julius' II. 1484-1513, 1. Abteilung: Innozenz VIII. und Alexander VI. 3./II.Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance von der Wahl Innozenz' VIII. bis zum Tode Julius' II. 1484-1513, 2. Abteilung: Pius III. und Julius II. 4/I. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance und der Glaubensspaltung von der Wahl Leos X. bis zum Tode Klemens' VII. (1513-1534), 1. Abteilung: Leo X. /II.Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance und der Glaubensspaltung von der Wahl Leos X. bis zum Tode Klemems' VII. (1513-1534), 2. Abteilung: Adrian VI. und Klemens VII. 5. Bd.: Geschichte Papst Pauls III. (1534-1549) 6.Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der katholischen Reformation und Restauration Julius III., Marcellus II. und Paul IV. (1550-1559) 7. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der katholischen Reformation und Restauration Pius IV. (1559-1565) 8. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der katholischen Reformation und Restauration Pius V. (1566-1572) 9. Bd: Zeitalter Reformation und Restauration, Gregor XIII. (1572- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-07-09 14:44:34
Pergami Sant Joan von Les Äbtissinnen, Haarreif Mas Querant, 1484 Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. PERGAMI DE SANT JOAN DE LES ABADESAS, MAS QUERANT BAND, 1484. 55X30. MIQUEL QUINTANA DE VIDRA, PERE TAVERROLES DE LLOYES. HÄUTEN RAR PERGAMI ICH UNIC. REF C - 1 HAB. Track Seitenaufrufe mit Auctiva FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Libreria Outlet Marc Antiques (artbookstars13) [SABADELL, Cataluña, ES]
2019-06-26 20:24:26
Sant'Agostino
Venetiis, Andreas de Bonetis de Papia, 1484. 4°, mm 205x150, 288 carte, manca la prima carta bianca. Testo su due colonne in caratteri gotici a 42 linee. Splendida iniziale miniata in blu, verde e rosa su sfondo dorato, le altre iniziali rubricate in rosso e blu. Rilegatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena, titolo su tassello in pelle al dorso con filetti dorati, piatti marmorizzati. All'interno sono presenti copiose annotazioni di mano coeva, l'esemplare è leggermente rifilato al taglio superiore e laterale, monogramma cancellato alla prima carta, rinforzo a due carte, piccoli segni di tarlo alle ultime 50 carte lontano dal testo. Nel complesso buona copia di non comune edizione veneziana (die 23 mensis juli 1484), che raccoglie numerosi testi agostiniani o a lui attribuiti e alcune opere sulla sua vita e il suo pensiero. Segnaliamo tra gli altri: Confessioni; De Doctrina Christiana; Meditationes; Soliloquia; De Vita Beata; Enchiridion. Tra le opere biografiche e filosofiche segnaliamo la biografia del Santo scritta da San Possidio e il trattato di Eusebio Corrado sulle regole di vita agostiniane. (ISTC: ia01217000; Hain 1947; Goff 1217; Musei Vaticani, p. 370; IGE, 1015). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [Verbania, Italy]
2019-06-21 12:23:05
Martinus Polonus
Straßburg, [Georg Husner], 1484. 255 nn. Bll. (d. l. w.). Gotische Type, 2 Spp., 46 Zln. Durchgehend rubriziert. Mit rot und orange eingemalter Titelbordüre, großer mehrfarbig eingemalter Initiale "S" mit in den Rand auslaufendem Blüten- und Rankenwerk zu Textbeginn, hübscher Einfassung des Kolophons in rot und zahlreichen rot oder blau eingemalten Initialen, teils mit in den Rand auslaufendem Federwerk. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln auf 4 Doppelbünden mit 2 Metallschließen (fehlen die Beschläge). Hs. Rückenschildchen. Folio (224:318 mm). Wohl editio princeps dieser Sammlung homiletischer Musterstücke von Martin von Troppau (gest. nach dem 22. Juni 1278), durchgehend rubriziert und mit schönen Initialen verziert. Eine von Hain noch genannte frühere Ausgabe Straßburg 1480 (H 10853) dürfte nie existiert haben bzw. eine Verwechslung mit der vorliegenden darstellen. Martinus Polonus (auch Martin von Troppau bzw. Martinus Oppaviensis) gilt als einer der angesehensten Chronisten des Mittelalters. Er dürfte aus Troppau stammen, während sein Beiname "Polonus" auf sein Stammkloster verweist, das zur polnischen Dominikanerprovinz zählte. 1278 wurde er von Papst Nikolaus III. zum Erzbischof von Gnesen ernannt, starb aber auf der Heimreise in Bologna. Sein "Chronicon pontificum et imperatorum" gilt als wichtigste Mendikantenchronik. - Ca. 6 Blätter unten angerändert, 2 weitere Bll. mit unteren Eckausrissen. Etwas gebräunt und fleckig, teils mit hs. Marginalien der Zeit. Vor allem am Anfang und Ende mit stärkeren Wurmspuren; im letzten Drittel eine größere Wurms … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-05-29 14:49:00
PALLAS, Peter Simon.
Bradley II, p. 333; Dunthorne 222 (100 plates); GFB, p. 124 (98 plates); Nissen, BBI 1484 (98 plates); Plesch, p. 354 (99 plates); Stafleu & Cowan 7229 (99 plates); for Pallas: DSB X, pp. 283-285. Rare first and only edition of a description of 124 species of Russian Astragalus, beautifully illustrated on 99 hand-coloured engraved plates. Astragalus is a large genus of mostly flowering herbs and small shrubs, here depicted about life size. In 1767 Pallas was invited by Catherine II of Russia to become a professor at the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences. He travelled through Russia, studying the local flora and fauna, which resulted in several ambitious publications. The present work can be seen as complimentary to his Flora Rossica ( 1784-1788), in which he described and depicted 283 species of trees."A versatile scientist, Pallas was in many ways reminiscent of the scientific encyclopedists of antiquity. Among his contemporaries he was a peer of Linnaeus and Buffon; in zoology, ... a predecessor of Cuvier [and] as a geographer ... a predecessor of Humboldt. Pallas sought to advance from merely describing nature to finding the casual interrelationships and hidden regularities of natural phenomena. Using the comparative method, he laid the bases of a new natural history that excluded the metaphysical approach" (DSB).The bibliographies disagree as to the number of plates. The copies described in GFB and Nissen only have 98 plates, while Plesch and Stafleu & Cowan, both note 99 plates (like our copy). Dunthorne notes 100 plates, but probably includes the illustration on the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-03-29 22:56:09
Voragine, Jacobus de:
Augsburg, Hermann Kastlin, 10.IV. 1484. Außerordentlich seltene, komplette Inkunabel-Ausgabe der bedeutenden Predigten des Jacobus de Voragine, Dominikaner und Erzbischof von Genua. Der dritte und umfangreichste Druck aus der Offizin des Augsburger Druckers Hermann Kastlin, von dem neben wenigen Einblattdrucken nur acht (!) Bucher nachzuweisen sind: "Kastlin was printing in 1481, 1484, and 1485, but no work assignable to 1480 and 1482-3 seems to be known . Kastlin` total extant output is reduced to eight books, all dated, except the bull of indulgences [sein erstes Werk, wohl von 1479] and the Ordinatio confessorum [sein letztes Werk, wohl von 1485]" (BMC). - GW M11604 - Cop. 6550 - BMCII, 362 - Goff J 188 - Voull., Bln. 198 - Hubay, Augsburg 1172 - Zu H. Kästin, von dem nur wenige Drucke bekannt sind, siehe Geldner, Die dt. Inkunabeldrucker I, 146 - Auch in diesem Druck "benutzte er eine Texttype, deren M, N, P, R und T besonders eigenartige Formen aufweisen." - Ober- und Unterrand gelegentlich und letzte Bll. etwas wasserrandig, etwas wurmstichig (mehr anfangs und gegen Ende), Bl. 1 mit altem Besitzvermerk des Klosters Indersdorf. - Insgesamt sehr sauberes, kaum fleckiges Exemplar. - Seit 1950 für uns nur 1 Exemplar in deutschen Auktionen (2008) nachweisbar. Schr.-ol. Bei Bestellungen auf Rechnung bleibt Vorkasse vorbehalten. Bestellungen erfolgen ohne Gewähr und gelten erst nach Bestätigung der Verfügbarkeit. Schadensersatzansprüche sind bei nicht Lieferbarkeit ausgeschlossen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 5000 8 unn., CXCVII num., 1 unn. Bl. Folio. Holzdeckelband d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett [Berlin, Germany]
2019-02-24 19:33:59
Eichstätt Michael Reyser nach 15 März Type 1 und 2, 1484. Einspaltiges 43-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem und klanghellem Papier mit Wasserzeichen "P". Blattgröße: 20 x 27,5 cm. - - - Selten! Michael Reyser errichtete 1483/84 die erste Druckerei in Eichstätt. In einem, den Statuta synodalia Eystettensia vorgedruckten Brief vom 15. März 1484, bat er den Eichstätter Bischof Wilhelm von Reichenau um ein zuverlässiges Manuskript der Statuten. Da der Bischof das Manuskript am 20. März 1484 verschickte, kann der Druck der Statuten erst nach diesem Datum begonnen haben. Rar!
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2019-02-11 16:34:40
Eichstätt, Michael Reyser, nach 15. März 1484. Type 1 und 2. Einspaltiges 43-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem und klanghellem Papier mit Wasserzeichen "P". Blattgröße: 20 x 27,5 cm. - - - Selten! Michael Reyser errichtete 1483/84 die erste Druckerei in Eichstätt. In einem, den Statuta synodalia Eystettensia vorgedruckten Brief vom 15. März 1484, bat er den Eichstätter Bischof Wilhelm von Reichenau um ein zuverlässiges Manuskript der Statuten. Da der Bischof das Manuskript am 20. März 1484 verschickte, kann der Druck der Statuten erst nach diesem Datum begonnen haben. Rar! [4 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2019-02-06 04:22:12
MANDEVILLE, Sir John (d.1372)
[Gouda: Gerard Leeu, 1484. Super-Chancery Quarto. (7 3/8 x 5 1/8 inches). Type: 5:82G; 33 lines, initial spaces, with 51 initials supplied in red in a contemporary manuscript hand. Collation: A-F8 G6 H8, lacking A1 (an initial blank). Colophon H8r: ' Explicit jtinerarius [i.e. itinerarius] a terra anglie i[n] p[ar]tes ierosolimitanas et in vlteriores transmarinas editus p[ri]mo in lingua gallicana a domino Iohanne de Mandeuille milite suo auctore. Anno incarnacionis D[omi]ni Mcclv. in ciuitate leodiensi [et] paulo post in eade[m] ciuitate tra[n]slatus in dicta[m] forma[m] latina[m] Quod opus vbi inceptu[m] simul et co[m]pletu[m] sit ip[s]a elementa seu singularu[m] seorsu[m] caracteres i[tine]rarum quibus impressu[m] vides venetica monstrant manifeste'. (Lacking front blank, neat expert restoration to upper blank margin of first page). Red 20th-century morocco by Zaehnsdorf of London, covers with single gilt fillet border, spine gilt in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second, date in the third, the others plain but for a single fillet gilt border, gilt turn-ins, gilt edges At the very beginning of printed travel literature stands the tales of the English knight Sir John Mandeville, whose narrative describes extensive and often rather incredible adventures outside of Europe to the East in the first half of the 14th century. The authenticity of Sir John Mandeville and his travels have been matters for debate for centuries - what is undeniable is the popularity of the travel narrative, which was the most widely read of its time. Mandeville's stories … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2019-02-01 06:20:46
CAVALCA DOMENICO
MEDIOLANI, ANTONIUS ZAROTUS 1484. IN - 4° (MM 195X140), CARTONATURA SETTECENTESCA RICOPERTA IN VARESE. (88) FF. SEG. A 18. MANCANO I FF. A 1 E A 8. CAR. SEMIGOTICO; 33 II.; A3 B: IN NOMINE IESU: COMO DIO PRESE CARNE PER LIBERARE L' HOMO DE TRI DIFECTI NELLI QUALI ELLO CADDE PER LO PECATO CAP. PRIMO: 1 - 6 A: FINISSE EL LIBRO CHIAMATO SPECCHIO DE CROCE UTILISSIMO A CADAUNO FIDELE CHRISTIANO. IMPRESSO IN MILANO NELL' ANNO DEL SIGNOR M. CCCC: LXXXIIII NEL DI PRIMO SEPTEMBER, 1 - 8A: DEO GRATIAS AMEN. FINIS. ESEMPLARE CORTO DI MARGINE CON QUALCHE LIEVE INGIALLITURA. EDIZIONE INFINITAMENTE RARA, DELLA QUALE SONO REGISTRATE UNA COPIA IN ITALIA ED UN' ALTRA IN U.S.A. MANCA AL BRITISH MUSEUM. IL CAVALCA, FRATE DOMENICANO CONTEMPORANEO DI DANTE, PUBBLICÒ DIVERSI SCRITTI TUTTI ISPIRATI A FERVORE RELIGIOSO E NOTEVOLE FRESCHEZZA DI LINGUA. " E' LA MIGLIOR OPERA DEL CAVALCA" (GAMBA, TESTI DI LINGUA, 305). REICHLING, FASC. VI, P. 85. G.W., 6419. I.G.I., 2643. GOFF, C - 346.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [IT]
2019-01-31 16:46:01
Martinus Polonus
Straßburg, [Georg Husner], 1484. 255 nn. Bll. (d. l. w.). Gotische Type, 2 Spp., 46 Zln. Durchgehend rubriziert. Mit rot und orange eingemalter Titelbordüre, großer mehrfarbig eingemalter Initiale "S" mit in den Rand auslaufendem Blüten- und Rankenwerk zu Textbeginn, hübscher Einfassung des Kolophons in rot und zahlreichen rot oder blau eingemalten Initialen, teils mit in den Rand auslaufendem Federwerk. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln auf 4 Doppelbünden mit 2 Metallschließen (fehlen die Beschläge). Hs. Rückenschildchen. Folio (224:318 mm). Wohl editio princeps dieser Sammlung homiletischer Musterstücke von Martin von Troppau (gest. nach dem 22. Juni 1278), durchgehend rubriziert und mit schönen Initialen verziert. Eine von Hain noch genannte frühere Ausgabe Straßburg 1480 (H 10853) dürfte nie existiert haben bzw. eine Verwechslung mit der vorliegenden darstellen. Martinus Polonus (auch Martin von Troppau bzw. Martinus Oppaviensis) gilt als einer der angesehensten Chronisten des Mittelalters. Er dürfte aus Troppau stammen, während sein Beiname "Polonus" auf sein Stammkloster verweist, das zur polnischen Dominikanerprovinz zählte. 1278 wurde er von Papst Nikolaus III. zum Erzbischof von Gnesen ernannt, starb aber auf der Heimreise in Bologna. Sein "Chronicon pontificum et imperatorum" gilt als wichtigste Mendikantenchronik. - Ca. 6 Blätter unten angerändert, 2 weitere Bll. mit unteren Eckausrissen. Etwas gebräunt und fleckig, teils mit hs. Marginalien der Zeit. Vor allem am Anfang und Ende mit stärkeren Wurmspuren; im letzten Drittel eine größere Wurms … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-29 18:43:17
(DIET, NUTRITION, AND DINNER CONVERSATION)
Louvain: Johannes de Westfalia, [between 1484/85 and 1487]. Second Louvain Edition. One of seven known incunabular editions--all of them rare--this is an unusual, much sought-after secular work combining instruction on the art of conversation at the dinner table with advice on diet and health. Offering a "wellness program" based on the moral teachings of clerics of the era, it recommends the appropriate type and quantities of food and drink for the various ages, genders, occupations, and social classes, giving us both an overview of Medieval medical knowledge and insight into the hierarchies and relations of the social strata. Although the title translates as "The Philosophical Table," it has been suggested that it might be more appropriately rendered as "The Philosophy of the Dinner Table," as the sections with dietary advice are supplemented with those focused on conversation, etiquette, anecdotes, and jests--a guide for gracious living as well as for healthful eating. The author also proposes a series of questions about health and diet for discussion in the Scholastic manner--for example, "Whether air is more necessary to life than food?"--that would provoke a lively mealtime debate; this section might be particularly useful to modern readers seeking safer topics than current events for family gatherings. Two undated editions issued in Cologne around 1479 perhaps preceded our edition, as did an earlier printing by our Louvain press, ca. 1482/3. Authorship is variously attributed to Irish physician Theobaldus Anguilbertus (ca.1175-1235) or to his contemporary, mathematic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-24 08:50:36
(DIET, NUTRITION, AND DINNER CONVERSATION)
Louvain: Johannes de Westfalia, [between 1484/85 and 1487]. Second Louvain Edition. One of seven known incunabular editions--all of them rare--this is an unusual, much sought-after secular work combining instruction on the art of conversation at the dinner table with advice on diet and health. Offering a "wellness program" based on the moral teachings of clerics of the era, it recommends the appropriate type and quantities of food and drink for the various ages, genders, occupations, and social classes, giving us both an overview of Medieval medical knowledge and insight into the hierarchies and relations of the social strata. Although the title translates as "The Philosophical Table," it has been suggested that it might be more appropriately rendered as "The Philosophy of the Dinner Table," as the sections with dietary advice are supplemented with those focused on conversation, etiquette, anecdotes, and jests--a guide for gracious living as well as for healthful eating. The author also proposes a series of questions about health and diet for discussion in the Scholastic manner--for example, "Whether air is more necessary to life than food?"--that would provoke a lively mealtime debate; this section might be particularly useful to modern readers seeking safer topics than current events for family gatherings. Two undated editions issued in Cologne around 1479 perhaps preceded our edition, as did an earlier printing by our Louvain press, ca. 1482/3. Authorship is variously attributed to Irish physician Theobaldus Anguilbertus (ca.1175-1235) or to his contemporary, mathematic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2019-01-22 22:31:35
DIET, NUTRITION, AND DINNER CONVERSATION)
Louvain: Johannes de Westfalia, [between 1484/85 and 1487]. Second Louvain Edition. One of seven known incunabular editions--all of them rare--this is an unusual, much sought-after secular work combining instruction on the art of conversation at the dinner table with advice on diet and health. Offering a "wellness program" based on the moral teachings of clerics of the era, it recommends the appropriate type and quantities of food and drink for the various ages, genders, occupations, and social classes, giving us both an overview of Medieval medical knowledge and insight into the hierarchies and relations of the social strata. Although the title translates as "The Philosophical Table," it has been suggested that it might be more appropriately rendered as "The Philosophy of the Dinner Table," as the sections with dietary advice are supplemented with those focused on conversation, etiquette, anecdotes, and jests--a guide for gracious living as well as for healthful eating. The author also proposes a series of questions about health and diet for discussion in the Scholastic manner--for example, "Whether air is more necessary to life than food?"--that would provoke a lively mealtime debate; this section might be particularly useful to modern readers seeking safer topics than current events for family gatherings. Two undated editions issued in Cologne around 1479 perhaps preceded our edition, as did an earlier printing by our Louvain press, ca. 1482/3. Authorship is variously attributed to Irish physician Theobaldus Anguilbertus (ca.1175-1235) or to his contemporary, mathematic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-01-21 14:40:44
Johannes NIDER Formicarius. Augsburg, Anton Sorg, vers 1484 Le second livre a avoir été publié qui traite de sorcellerie. L'auteur, un dominicain, le rédigea vers 1436-38. Il a été l'un des chefs de la croisade contre les Hussites, "qui mit la Bohème à feu et à sang, qui brûla les villes et les villages, dévasta les campagnes et extermina par milliers les Taboristes". Nider a recueilli dans le "Formicarius", tous les contes, toutes les opinions sur les revenants, les fantômes, les incubes et les succubes, la divination, les sortilèges, les exorcismes, les diables et leurs malices, rapportés par les anciens et ses contemporains. Il avoue ingénument que tout ce qu'il a dit des sorciers et des magiciens dans le cinquième et dernier livre du 'Formicarius', il l'avait appris d'un juge, Pierre de Berne, et d'un moine bénédictin qui, avant sa conversion, avait été sorcier et très habile baladin et escamoteur. Nider donne des informations sur le procès de Jeanne d'Arc, qui lui ont été communiquées par Nicolas Amici qui avait assisté à son procès. Troisième édition (la première vers 1473, la 2e en 1480). Caractères gothiques. Initiales et marques de paragraphes peintes à l'encre rouge. Le premier et dernier feuillet qui sont blancs ont été collés aux contre-plats de la reliure. Restauration au coin des 6 premiers feuillets, un défaut du papier d'origine avec un petit trou (5 mm) au feuillet k9. Un manque de peau au coin du premier plat de la reliure, quelques petits manques et éraflures au second plat, bas du dos restauré sommairement. Quelques marginaliae de l'époque en noir et en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude (robinier) [Paris, FR]
2019-01-19 22:53:25
1484. Fine. Arabic manuscript on paper. Upper and lower lines written in large "thuluth" in black ink. Five lines in between in neat "naskh," polychrome and gold floral scrolls, laid down on an album page, the borders with gold floral scrolls, ascribed putatively to Sheikh Hamdullah, the chief calligrapher of Sultan Bayazid II (1484-1512), and the date 926 AH. Text panel 13 x 19 cm, leaf 23.5. x 29.8 cm. Framed.
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [US]
2019-01-11 14:48:45
Saint Antonin
Milan: INCUNABLE RARE IMPRIME A MILAN EN 1484 Saint Antonin Sumula confessionis + liste de livre manuscrite stampate milano Précieux incunable imprimé à Milan en 1484. Saint Antonin Sumula confessionis. Un feuillet manuscrit in fine décrit la bibliothèque d'un ecclésiastique a la fin du XVe ou au XVIe siècle. Impression à 44 lignes sur deux colonnes en caractères Gothique. Les emplacements des lettrines ont été réservés, des lettrines plus simples gravés sur bois agrémentent le texte, rubriqué en rouge en quelques endroits. Nombreuses annotations marginales et manchettes anciennes soulignent certains passages du texte. L'exemplaire a souffert des vicissitudes du temps avec une rousseur importantes qui touche les 20 premiers feuillets puis de nombreuses traces de mouillures et taches en charnière. L'ouvrage comporte normalement 102 feuillets, Il manque le feuillet blanc a1, les feuillets f5, m7,m8 , soit 4 feuillets manquant dont un blanc. Lacking 4 folios a1 withe, f5,m7,m8. Présents 98 feuillets. Le dernier feuillet blanc est enrichi d'une liste de livres en Italien livres détenu par Antoine Ludovique de Pise. Liste des livres qu'il tient en salle et dans sa chambre ses livres sont au nombre de vingt. Reliure en velin du XVIIe Provenances Ex libris manuscrit Ludovicus Antonius Pisanus, Ludovique Antoine de Pise, ce nom ludovique Antoine très répendu au XV et XVI e, ce fut très probablement un ecclesiastique. Sur la tranche Couventus Saurgy. Une impression incunable de Saint Antonin, au colophon imprimé à Milan le 15 aout 1484, jour de l'ascension, par Legnani et richement … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Charly, FR]
2019-01-10 09:24:42
Voragine, Jacobus de:
Augsburg, Hermann Kastlin, 10.IV. 1484. 8 unn., CXCVII num., 1 unn. Bl. Folio. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgeprägtem Lederbezug (etwas wurmspurig, berieben u. bestoßen, ohne die Schließen, Rücken oben und unten mit eingefärbtem Pergament restauriert). Außerordentlich seltene, komplette Inkunabel-Ausgabe der bedeutenden Predigten des Jacobus de Voragine, Dominikaner und Erzbischof von Genua. Der dritte und umfangreichste Druck aus der Offizin des Augsburger Druckers Hermann Kastlin, von dem neben wenigen Einblattdrucken nur acht (!) Bucher nachzuweisen sind: "Kastlin was printing in 1481, 1484, and 1485, but no work assignable to 1480 and 1482-3 seems to be known . Kastlin` total extant output is reduced to eight books, all dated, except the bull of indulgences [sein erstes Werk, wohl von 1479] and the Ordinatio confessorum [sein letztes Werk, wohl von 1485]" (BMC). - GW M11604 - Cop. 6550 - BMCII, 362 - Goff J 188 - Voull., Bln. 198 - Hubay, Augsburg 1172 - Zu H. Kästin, von dem nur wenige Drucke bekannt sind, siehe Geldner, Die dt. Inkunabeldrucker I, 146 - Auch in diesem Druck "benutzte er eine Texttype, deren M, N, P, R und T besonders eigenartige Formen aufweisen." - Ober- und Unterrand gelegentlich und letzte Bll. etwas wasserrandig, etwas wurmstichig (besonders anfangs und gegen Ende), Bl. 1 mit altem Besitzvermerk des Klosters Indersdorf. - Insgesamt sehr sauberes, kaum fleckiges Exemplar. - Seit 1950 für uns nur 1 Exemplar in deutschen Auktionen (2008) nachweisbar. Ha Bestellungen erfolgen ohne Gewähr und gelten erst nach Bestätigung der Verfügbarkeit. Schadenser … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett [Berlin, Germany]
2018-12-12 07:11:59
Henricus de Herp
Speyer: Peter Drach. Good antiquarian, see listing for complete details. Imposing 1484 Thick Incunable with Heavy Wooden Boards, Working ClaspsScarce, Henricus de Herp.
Bookseller: greekdrama [Toronto, Ontario, CA]
2018-09-28 08:12:24
Late 15th century manuscript document on vellum. circa 1484 The document is approximately 20.5" x 12". Original creases from being folded hundreds of years ago, some fading and wear, else in very good condition. If you have any questions feel free to ask and don't forget to check out my other listings.
Bookseller: West Chester Books (dirkdensity) [West Chester, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-13 10:55:09
NIDER, Johannes
Augsburg, Anton Sorg, vers 1484. ______ Format : In-folio. [274 x 190 mm] Collation : 192 ff. Reliure : Veau brun sur ais de bois, dos à nerfs, plats estampés à froid, restes de fermoirs en laiton. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Le second livre a avoir été publié sur la sorcellerie. L'auteur, un dominicain, le rédigea vers 1436-38. Il a été l'un des chefs de la croisade contre les Hussites, "qui mit la Bohème à feu et à sang, qui brûla les villes et les villages, dévasta les campagnes et extermina par milliers les Taboristes". Nider a recueilli dans le "Formicarius", tous les contes, toutes les opinions sur les revenants, les fantômes, les incubes et les succubes, la divination, les sortilèges, les exorcismes, les diables et leurs malices, rapportés par les anciens et ses contemporains. Il avoue ingénument que tout ce qu'il a dit des sorciers et des magiciens dans le cinquième et dernier livre du 'Formicarius', il l'avait appris d'un juge, Pierre de Berne, et d'un moine bénédictin qui, avant sa conversion, avait été sorcier et très habile baladin et escamoteur. Nider donne des informations sur le procès de Jeanne d'Arc, qui lui ont été communiquées par Nicolas Amici qui avait assisté à son procès. Troisième édition (la première vers 1473, la 2e en 1480). Caractères gothiques. Initiales et marques de paragraphes peintes à l'encre rouge. Le premier et dernier feuillet qui sont blancs ont été collés aux contre-plats de la reliure. Restauration au coin des 6 premiers feuillets, un défaut du papier d'origine avec un petit trou (5 mm) au feuillet k9. Un manque de peau au coin du pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-09-06 01:38:06
De Herp, Henricus (Henricus Harphius) (Hendrik Herp)
Speyer: Peter Drach, 1484. Speyer: Peter Drach. Good with no dust jacket. 1484. First Edition. Leather. 425 of 428 ff. After Jan 17, 1484. A massive incunable still with its wooden boards in blind stamped brown leather with working original brass and leather clasps. Beautifully clear Gothic typic, two columns. Appears to be the 1st edition (a 1480 edition is posited but no one has any record of such). In good antiquarian condition. Leather board covers have old worming and wear, spine has been rebacked (quite a while ago) with lighter brown leather, some of the original spine laid down in the compartments. Renewed end papers. The colophon page is at the front (no signature) with printer and date, we believe this to be leaf 1-8. Nearly complete except missing o4, F7 and F8 (a blank) and the n signature (in 6) is supplied twice. Colophon page has been remounted, is a bit grubby on the blank recto, with a few small wormholes. There is occasional humidity staining, mostly in the margins, some worming (mostly in the m signature with no loss of text), occasional guide letters provided in free hand black ink, very occasional marginalia (although one large flourished signature on one leaf), last extant leaf repaired and remounted with no loss of text, some page turning chips, but otherwise the paper is clean and strong. A few old owner marks, including one from P. Anselm Achatz, the archivist at St. Paul's Benedictine Abby in Lavanttal in the late 1800s. Clasps say "maria" on the top, and "IHS" on the strap. A handsome and imposing incunable. Goff H-38. O … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2018-08-31 16:19:05
Saint Antonin
Milan: INCUNABULUM RARE PRINTED A MILAN IN 1484 Saint Antonin Sumula confessionis+list The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. RARE INCUNABULUM printed in MILAN in 1484 Saint Antonin Sumula confessionis + list of book handwritten stampate milano Precious incunabulum printed in Milan in 1484. saint Antonin Sumula confessionis. A fine manuscript in fact sheet describes the library of a clergyman at the end of the 15th or 16th century. Print 44 rows by two columns in Gothic characters. The locations of the initials have been reserved, with simple initials engraved on wood decorate the text, section in red in a few places. Many marginal annotations and old headlines highlight parts of the text. The copy has suffered the vicissitudes of the time with a large freckles, affecting the first 20 leaves and many traces of waterstains and pivotal tasks. The book has normally 102 slips, it lacks the white slip a1, f5, m7, m8 slips, either 4 missing including a white sheets. Lacking 4 folios withe a1, f5, m7, m8. present 98 slips. The last White slip was added to a list of books in Italian books held by Antoine Lodovica of Pisa. List of books which he holds in the room and in his room his books are twenty. Binding in vellum of the seventeenth Provenances Ex libris manuscript Marieke Antonius Pisanus, Lodovica Anthony of Pisa, this name lodovica Antoine very common in the XV and XVI e, this was very probably a cleric. On the edge Couventus Saurgy. An incunabulum impression of Saint Antonin, the colophon pri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Charly, FR]
2018-02-15 14:41:15
Der Berner Maler, Zeichner, Dichter und Staatsmann Niklaus Manuel (um 1484&ndash1530) zählt zu den herausragenden Persönlichkeiten der beginnenden Neuzeit in der Schweiz. Sein künstlerisches Schaffen stösst seit Langem auch in der internationalen Forschung auf Interesse. Das Schweizerische Institut für Kunstwissenschaft (SIK-&shyISEA) legt nun mit dem Catalogue raisonn&eacute die systematische Aufarbeitung von Manuels Werk vor. Das vorliegende Werkverzeichnis, das in gemeinsamer Herausgeberschaft mit der Burgerbibliothek Bern die Resultate eines langjährigen Forschungsprojekts von SIK-ISEA präsentiert, bringt das Wissen über Niklaus Manuel auf einen aktuellen Stand. Es ist damit nicht nur möglich, Manuels künstlerischem Schaffen, das durch Originalität und ausserordentliche zeichnerische Qualität besticht, neu zu begegnen, sondern dem Künstler seinen angemessenen Platz in der Kunstgeschichte der Frühen Neuzeit einzuräumen. Der Catalogue raisonn&eacute enthält zwei Aufsätze von Michael Egli und Hans Christoph von Tavel, die das &O Eliguvre Manuels unter Einbezug der vorangegangenen intensiven Untersuchungen forschungsgeschichtlich einordnen und in den historischen Kontext der Frühen Neuzeit einbetten. Der Katalogteil umfasst die Beschreibung und die gesicherten Informationen zu rund 300 Zeichnungen, Rissen, Holzschnitten, Tafel&shy, Tüchlein&shy und Wandmalereien. Im Werkkommentar werden die aktuellen Forschungsergebnisse dargelegt, etwa zur Entstehung eines Werkes, zu kunsttechnologischen Untersuchungen, zu Auftraggebern und Käufern, zu Werkzusammenhängen und zur Rezeption, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: FalkMedien [Greven, NRW, Germany]
2018-02-13 08:32:08
Deutsch, Niklaus Manuel
35 x 45 cm, lithogr. Orig.-Deckel, lithogr. Titelbaltt, 1 Bl. lithogr. Künstlerportrait, 2 Bl. Vorbericht, Erläuterungen, 1 lithogr. Bl. (Verse zu den Tafeln), 24 Taf. m Umrisslithographien, Lose Blatt in neuer Mappe, Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, einige Blätter mit kleinen Randläsuren, schönes Exemplar. Sehr seltene Folge des berühmten Berner Totentanzes des Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (ca. 1484-1530). Die Umfassungsmauer mit den Fresken um das ehm. Dominikaner-Kloster (heute Französischen Kirche) wurden bereits 1660 abgerissen. Die Gouachen des Malers Albrecht Kauw (1616- 1681), schuf um 1649 die Goauchen nach dem Original. Diese sind im Historischen Museum Bern beeindruckend inszeniert. Der Maler Wilhelm Stettler (ca.1643-1708) kopierte in kleinerem Format die Bilder von Kauw. Nach diesen hat Sigmund Wagner (1759-1835) die Lithographien hergestellt.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
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