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2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedTheodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images, including scenes of hunting, farming and warfare as well as cannibalism an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedCondition: some visible losses, staining from non-archival material visible Theodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedTheodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images, including scenes of hunting, farming and warfare as well as cannibalism an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 20:20:30
Theodor de Bry (1528-1598)
16th century engraving from Voyages to AmericaTheodor de Bry (1528-1598)Voyages to AmericaFrankfurt: 1591Hand-colored copper plate engravings, after drawings by Jacques Le Moyne12" x 9"; 23 ½" x 20" framedTheodore de Bry was born in Liege (Belgium) in 1528 to well-to-do Protestant parents. He lived in Liege until the 1560s, when he was forced to flee to Strasborg to avoid the religious persecution. To earn his living in Strasborg, de Bry opened a goldsmith shop and also worked as an engraver. In 1588, de Bry moved to Frankfurt, and it was at this point late in his life that de Bry turned his attention and considerable skill as an engraver toward illustrating and reprinting works concerning the New World of the Americas.De Bry?s landmark volume is a striking visual interpretation on 16th century Native American culture in the Southeast. Jacques Le Moyne traveled to La Florida, as the entire region was known, in 1562 with a French expedition to encourage colonization of the New World. Le Moyne lived in the Huguenot colony at Fort Caroline, compiling an extensive collection of drawings to document the daily life and ritual practices of the local Indians. The colony was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1865, but Le Moyne was able to escape with his drawings.Theodore DeBry completed these stunning engravings in Frankfurt in 1591. The images of the New World convey a strong sense of the mystery and exoticism that characterized early European notions about the New World and it?s native ?savages.? These images, including scenes of hunting, farming and warfare as well as cannibalism an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-31 17:32:19
FERNEL, Jean
Title within Colines's fine woodcut "Quadrivium" border & criblé initials. 4 p.l., 24 leaves. Folio, attractive antique panelled calf (title a little soiled). Paris: S. de Colines, 1528. First edition of this very rare book; it "is one of the best of the sixteenth-century treatises on the mediaeval proportion. It follows the Boethian treatment, as seen also in the work of Bradwardin."­Smith, Rara Arithmetica, p. 157. "Fernel (1497-1558), before making a name for himself in medicine, was first attracted by the mathematical sciences, as evidenced by his first three publications -- of which this is the third, and all three of which were issued by Simon de Colines: De Proportionibus was preceded by Monalosphaerium, 1527, and Cosmotheoria, 1528. Fernel received his M.D. degree in 1530 and became a very influential physician through his numerous writings; he became physician to Catherine de Médicis, whose barrenness he cured, and eventually was appointed chief physician to King Henri II."­Schreiber 35. Fine unpressed copy. Renouard 117. Sherrington, Fernel, p. 189 (3.C). .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2011-12-28 17:25:29
MONER Y DE BARUTELL (Fr. Francisco de)
1528. compuestas en diversos tiempos y por diversos y notables motivos: las quales son mas para conoscer y aborrescer el mundo q para seguir sus lisonjas y engaños. Edición facsímil del original impreso en "Barcelona por Carlos Amorós, 1528", cuyo único ejemplar se encuentra en la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid . La edición ha sido dirigida por Antonio Perez y Gómez. Valencia: Tipografía Moderna, 1951, 25x32, 1 hoja de justificación de la tirada, 52 hojas de facsímiles, 1 hoja blanca y 1 hoja de colofón moderno. Impreso a 2 tintas sobre papel "Phoenix" de 34 kilogramos. Tirada de 300 ejemplares (de los que 260 son venales), el nuestro pertenece a la tirada de 30 (de la A a la Z) con la letra J (ejemplar de colaborador). (35603).
Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas [Madrid, Spain]
2011-01-22 09:50:55
DE BRY, Theodor
1528. Frankfurt: De Bry, Theodorus. unbound. very good. Etching. Includes Latin text. Image with text measures 10.25" x 7". Depicts shore of Principe Island, which is located in West Africa off the coast of Guinea. Faint stain on upper right of page. Theodore De Bry (1528-1598) was born in Belgium but spent much of his career traveling and working around Europe, before settling in Frankfurt-am-Main.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-06-06 11:55:47
Pürstinger, Berthold
München, Schobser 1528. 31 cm. (504) Seiten mit Titel (in Rot) und Titeleinfassung in Holzschnitt. Blindgeprägter Schweinsldr.-Bd. der Zeit mit Schließbändern - VD16 P 2923 - Adams P-1276 - Baring, Theol. 20b - Schottenl. Schobser 92 und Tafel 14 - Erste Ausgabe (Impressum am Schluß, datiert 31. August 1528) von Pirstingers Hauptwerk, welches den Anfang der Reformation auf katholischer Seite markiert. Enthält in 100 Kapiteln die erste deutsche Dogmatik auf Grundlage der Heiligen Schrift und der Werke des Thomas von Aquin. Variante des ersten Drucks mit dem am Schluß hinzugefügten Brief Pirstingers an den Kardinal Matthäus Lang, in dem er über die Entstehung seines Werkes berichtet. Der Einband ist von einem anderen Werk auf dieses übertragen (Remboitage), im weißen Rand gelegentlich fleckig, wenig störende Wurmlöcher, erste 2 Blatt Ecke unterlegt. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2008-12-07 16:46:10
MONER
NULL. Soft cover [EDICION FACSIMIL DEL ORIGINAL IMPRESO EN "BARCELONA: POR CARLOS AMOROS, 1528", CUYO UNICO EJEMPLAR SE ENCUENTRA EN LA BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE MADRID / La edición ha sido dirigida por ANTONIO PEREZ Y GOMEZ].- Valencia: Tipografía Moderna, 1951.- [1 h. de justificación de la tirada] + 52 hojas sin numerar del facsímil + [1 h. de colofón]; Folio (35 x 25 cm).; Gran papel de 34 Kg., sin cortar, con amplios márgenes y con todas sus barbas; Magnífica impresión a dos tintas en letra gótica.- EDICION LIMITADA DE 300 EJEMPLARES. DE ELLOS 40 SIN NUMERAR. EL RESTO NUMERADOS DEL 1 AL 260. POSEEMOS LOS Nos. 60, 61 y 165.CONFECCIONADO CON PAPEL "PHENIX" DE LA GELIDENSE S. A. EXPRESAMENTE PREPARADO PARA ESTA EDICION. RARISIMO LIBRO DE ESTE POCO DIFUNDIDO AUTOR CATALAN. IMPECABLE ESTADO.* Libro en español
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Spain]
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2008-12-02 08:54:01
Augustinus, Aurelius
Basel, Froben 1528. 38 cm. 923, (1) Seiten mit 2 Druckermarken über 30 Initialen von Hans Holbein d. J. aus 3 Serien. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen - VD16 A 4148 - Hollstein, German 115, 119, 126 - Haeghen, Erasmus II, 11 - Realenz. II, 257 - Die erste von Erasmus kommentierte Gesamtausgabe. Der vorliegende Band enthält unter anderem: De mendacio ad Consentium; De fide et operibus; De consensu Evangelistarum; Vigintiunius sententiarum; De trinitate et unitate dei; De vera et falsa poenitentia; De sermone domini in monte. Einband fleckig, Kanten stellenweise bestoßen, durchgängig Wurmlöcher, zeitgenössische Anstreichungen und Notizen, auf Vorsatz Besitzeintrag "J. Rosenbaum Presbyterum Trevirum 1804" - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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