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2017-09-19 20:16:38
Crophius, Jacob. u. a.
Samuel Fincke und Christoph Peter Detleffsen, Augsburg, 1733. 4to. Gefaltete Bögen, jeweils ca. 30-31 x 19-20 cm, jeder Druck mit 4 n.n. Bll. Mit gestochenen Vignetten. Kulturgeschichtlich interessante Akzidenzdrucke zu einem Hochzeitsfest des 18. Jahrhunderts in Augsburg. Ein Beitrag stammt von Philipp Jacob Crophius, dem damaligen Rektor des Gymnasiums bei St. Anna und Stadtbibliothekar (Augsburger Stadtlexikon2, 337). Auf anderen Gedichten sind nicht direkt die Namen der gratulierenden Gäste auf den Titel gedruckt, sondern z.B. mit "Ein bekandter Freund und Diener" oder "ein Wohlbekandter / Nah-Anverwandter / M.T.L.A.M.C.S. - Alle Drucke unten links mit Wasserschaden, dadurch einige Randrisse und kleine Fehlstellen sowie gebräunte Wasserflecken. Am oberen Rand des Titelblatts jeweils eine alte handschriftliche Nummerierung. 300 Gramm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke [Augsburg, Germany]
2017-09-19 15:17:03
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR [Netherlands]
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2017-09-19 15:14:14
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen...', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 The 49 daughters of Danaus are condemned in the Tartarus to fill with water a vase with a whole so that all the water they put in, goes out. This is because in their lives they killed their own husbands as their father asked them to do the same night of their marriages. Signed on the lower left corner: 'B. Picart sculpt. dir.' Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'LES DANAIDES CONDAMNÉES A REMPLIR UN TONNEAU PERCÉ. / The Danaids condemned to fill bored vessels with water. / Die Danaides verhurteilt, umb ein durchlöchert fass mit wasser zu fullen. / De Danaides veroordeelt, om een doorboor vat met water te vulle'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del. 1730' Engraving on fine laid paper; internal platemark: 358 x 253 mm; external plate: 357 x 253 mm; total: 488 x 306 mm. Small damages on the top border. PLIT013
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-09-19 15:09:02
STOW, John.
London Printed by Elizabeth Purslow 1733 - Fourth edition, folio (340 x 230 x 80mm), [xvi] (woodcut frontis' of the Arms of London, title, dedication, To the Reader, The Contents, All the Churches, The Companies, A Catalogue of Authors, 534, 527-652, 655-770, 773-939, [1], [28] index, pp., complete in spite of the erratic pagination, numerous woodcut arms within the text, one corner replaced to frontispiece,small loss to one corner of title-page, not affecting content of either, occasional browning and spotting, mostly to margins, a few marginal stains, otherwise very good, contemporary calf, blind panelled, flat spine, blind ruled, rebacked retaining original back-strip, attractively weathered. Greatly expanded from the first edition by A.M. (Anthony Munday) and H.D. (Humphrey Dyson), both contemporary writers. ESTC 23345 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books
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2017-09-18 18:40:26
per Gio. Battista Valetta Stampatore di S. M. e de, 1733. In-8°, pp. VI, brossura. Rara e interessante placchetta nella quale sono indicate le ragioni che portano in guerra il Piemonte con la Francia contro l'Austria La Francia nell'ottobre dello stesso anno dichiarò guerra all'Austria: i suoi alleati erano il Piemonte e la Spagna, entrambi desiderosi di estendere il loro dominio nella penisola a danno degli Asburgo. Le operazioni belliche, protrattesi per un biennio (ott. 1733-ott. 1735), si svolsero prevalentemente in Italia. Le forze franco-sarde, al comando di Carlo Emanuele III, occuparono senza notevole opposizione quasi tutta la Lombardia, compresa Milano ma eccettuata Mantova. Carlo Emanuele III estese la propria sovranità fino al Ticino con l'acquisto di Novara e di Tortona ed ebbe inoltre i feudi delle Langhe
Bookseller: Libreria Xodo [IT]
2017-09-18 18:40:26
per Gio. Battista Valetta Stampatore di S. M. e de. In-8°, pp. VI, brossura. Rara e interessante placchetta nella quale sono indicate le ragioni che portano in guerra il Piemonte con la Francia contro l'Austria La Francia nell'ottobre dello stesso anno dichiarò guerra all'Austria: i suoi alleati erano il Piemonte e la Spagna, entrambi desiderosi di estendere il loro dominio nella penisola a danno degli Asburgo. Le operazioni belliche, protrattesi per un biennio (ott. 1733-ott. 1735), si svolsero prevalentemente in Italia. Le forze franco-sarde, al comando di Carlo Emanuele III, occuparono senza notevole opposizione quasi tutta la Lombardia, compresa Milano ma eccettuata Mantova. Carlo Emanuele III estese la propria sovranità fino al Ticino con l'acquisto di Novara e di Tortona ed ebbe inoltre i feudi delle Langhe
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Xodo
2017-09-18 14:36:42
Alberti, Michael A.:
Schneeberg, Caroli Wilh. Fuldae, 1733. 22 x 17 cm. 5 nn Bl., 875 (recte 876) S., 7 nn. Bl. Index; 272 S. Neuer Pappband im Stil der Zeit mit Rückenschild. *Wolfenbüttel S. 29; Garrison/M. 1729; Josphin. Bibl. Wien, S. 12. - Dritte von insgesamt 6 umfangreichen Folgen einer Sammlung von interessanten und merkwürdigen Rechtsfällen zur Forensischen Medizin (ersch. 1725 bis 1747) in deutscher Sprache. Das Werk war zu Beginn so erfolgreich, daß der erste Band 1737 neu aufgelegt wurde und der Verf. im Abstand von einigen Jahren immer wieder neue Sammlungen bei verschiedenen Druckern herausgab. Jeder Band ist in sich abgeschlossen mit eigenem Register und Appendix. - Die vorliegende 3. Folge stellt ca. 70 ausführlichere Fallgeschichten vor und auf den letzten 70 Seiten nochmals ca. 70 kurze Fallgeschichten. Die Themen handeln von Abtreibung über Kindsmord, Totschlag, Unfällen aller Art, Vergiftung, Verletzungen, Überfällen u.v.a., jeweils mit Vorstellung des Geschehens, Aktenmaterial wie Sektions- und Untersuchungsberichte etc. und dem ergangenen Urteil. - Auch eine Fundgrube zur gesellschaftl. Realität des beginnenden 18. Jahrhunderts. - Alberti (1682-1557) war ein Nürnberger Arzt und Gelehrter und ein großer Anhänger von Stahl und dessen Ideen. Als ein Universalgelehrter seiner Zeit war er \"ein ganz erstaunlich fruchtbarer Schriftsteller gewesen und ein Verzeichnis seiner Schriften bei Boerner umfasst nicht weniger als 26 Druckseiten\" (Hirsch-Hüb. I, 64). - Die ersten 50 Seiten durchgehen etwas stark gebräunt, sonst sauber und gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
2017-09-18 14:36:27
Alberti, Michael A
Schneeberg, Caroli Wilh. Fuldae, 1733. Artikeldetails Jurisprudentiae Medicae, tomo tertius. Novis casibus forensibus et clinicis locupletatus, multis relationibus ex actis collectis. [Inhalt in deutscher Sprache]. Angebunden (und zum Werk gehörig): Dissertationes et Tractatus Autoris ad Medicinam Forensem spectantes. Alberti, Michael A.: Schneeberg, Caroli Wilh. Fuldae, 1733. 22 x 17 cm. 5 nn Bl., 875 (recte 876) S., 7 nn. Bl. Index; 272 S. Neuer Pappband im Stil der Zeit mit Rückenschild. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 35356 Bemerkungen: *Wolfenbüttel S. 29; Garrison/M. 1729; Josphin. Bibl. Wien, S. 12. - Dritte von insgesamt 6 umfangreichen Folgen einer Sammlung von interessanten und merkwürdigen Rechtsfällen zur Forensischen Medizin (ersch. 1725 bis 1747) in deutscher Sprache. Das Werk war zu Beginn so erfolgreich, daß der erste Band 1737 neu aufgelegt wurde und der Verf. im Abstand von einigen Jahren immer wieder neue Sammlungen bei verschiedenen Druckern herausgab. Jeder Band ist in sich abgeschlossen mit eigenem Register und Appendix. - Die vorliegende 3. Folge stellt ca. 70 ausführlichere Fallgeschichten vor und auf den letzten 70 Seiten nochmals ca. 70 kurze Fallgeschichten. Die Themen handeln von Abtreibung über Kindsmord, Totschlag, Unfällen aller Art, Vergiftung, Verletzungen, Überfällen u.v.a., jeweils mit Vorstellung des Geschehens, Aktenmaterial wie Sektions- und Untersuchungsberichte etc. und dem ergangenen Urteil. - Auch eine Fundgrube zur gesellschaftl. Realität des beginnenden 18. Jahrhunderts. - Alberti (1682-1557) war ein Nürnberger Arzt und Gelehrter … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernd Braun [Germany]
2017-09-17 12:22:10
TRIER, Johann Wolfgang (1686-1750?)
Leipzig,: J. F. Gleditschens sel. Sohn,, 1733.. [xx], 311, [i] pp. 12mo (8,5 x 3,5 cm.). Contemporary full overlapping vellum, title on spine. With one fine engraved frontispiece. ¶ This edition is very rare. Contains i.a. Von der Cholera - Sanguine - Phlegmate - Cholerico - Melancholicis, etc. --(As usual with German books from this period, pages light browned throughout the volume; though a attractive copy in a charming contemporary binding).
Bookseller: Sylco bvba livres anciens - antiquarian
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2017-09-17 07:40:08
LEMEAU DE LA JAISSE (Pierre)
Paris chez l'auteur, 1733. In-Plano, 19 planches doubles montŽes sur onglets. Reliure pastiche plein veau, dos ˆ nerfs ornŽ, double filet dorŽ en encadrement sur les plats.(planche du titre doublŽe, marges restaurŽes ou renforcŽes, 19e planche en fac similŽ, mouillures, papier par endroit fragilisŽ). ƒdition originale. Premier tirage de Ç cet ouvrage peu commun", pour Brunet III-970, voir Žgalement Cohen 620. Cette spectaculaire publication sur l'histoire militaire et gŽnŽalogique de la France se compose d'un titre ˆ double page, d'un grand frontispice repliŽ et de 17 planches ˆ double page, dont 2 repliŽes. Ë la faon du plan de Turgot, les feuilles peuvent tre assemblŽes pour former un tableau gŽnŽral. Dans les 7 planches de bordure, on trouve des mŽdaillons contenant 3 vues et 110 plans des principales villes du royaume surmontŽes de leurs armoiries. Une planche supplŽmentaire donne les changements survenus entre le 15 fŽvrier 1730, date de la prŽsentation du travail au Roi, et le 15 fŽvrier 1732, date de la publication officielle. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE GIARD [LILLE, France]
2017-09-16 15:31:06
MOYREAU Jean, incisore - WOUVERMENS [WOUWERMAN] Philippe, pittore.
- [Paris, Jean Moyreau, 1733-1762], bella incisione in rame all'acquaforte, mm. 355x465 (l'impronta della lastra), mm. 371x479 (il foglio). Il foglio inciso è, a propria volta, applicato su un foglio antico di maggiori dimensioni. Dall'album: "Oeuvres de Ph.pe. Wouvermens Hollandois Gravées d'après ses meilleurs Tableaux qui sont dans les plus beaux Cabinets de Paris et ailleurs". Bell'esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc
2017-09-16 15:31:06
MOYREAU Jean, incisore - WOUVERMENS [WOUWERMAN] Philippe, pittore.
- [Paris, Jean Moyreau, 1733-1762], bella incisione in rame all'acquaforte, mm. 375x480 (l'impronta della lastra), mm. 480x644 (il foglio). Dall'album: "Oeuvres de Ph.pe. Wouvermens Hollandois Gravées d'après ses meilleurs Tableaux qui sont dans les plus beaux Cabinets de Paris et ailleurs". Bellissimo esemplare ad ampli margini.
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc
2017-09-16 15:31:06
MOYREAU Jean, incisore - WOUVERMENS [WOUWERMAN] Philippe, pittore.
[Paris, Jean Moyreau, 1733-1762], bella incisione in rame all'acquaforte, mm. 366x474 (l'impronta della lastra), mm. 480x644 (il foglio). Dall'album: "Oeuvres de Ph.pe. Wouvermens Hollandois Gravées d'après ses meilleurs Tableaux qui sont dans les plus beaux Cabinets de Paris et ailleurs". Bellissimo esemplare ad ampli margini.
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2017-09-16 15:31:06
MOYREAU Jean, incisore - WOUVERMENS [WOUWERMAN] Philippe, pittore.
A Paris, chez Moyreau, [1733-1762], bella incisione in rame all'acquaforte, mm. 367x481 (l'impronta della lastra), mm. 477x640 (il foglio). Dall'album: "Oeuvres de Ph.pe. Wouvermens Hollandois Gravées d'après ses meilleurs Tableaux qui sont dans les plus beaux Cabinets de Paris et ailleurs". Bellissimo esemplare ad ampli margini.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2017-09-14 18:53:56
Padre Longaro Degli Oddi, della Compagnia di Gesù
ROMA: Stamperia di Antonio de' Rossi - Roma, 1733. Rilegato. DISCRETO. 18 24,7. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele
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2017-09-14 05:21:26
ANEL Dominique
Amsterdam, François vander Plaats, 1733. in-16, 87 pp., 3 planches h.t. ; plein veau blond de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, triple filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, dentelle intérieure, tranches marbrées, ex-libris gravé (Dr. François Moutier), coiffe supérieure usée, coins émoussés, quelques petites traces de frottement, sinon bel exemplaire. Seconde édition à paraître isolément après la rarissime édition originale de 1707. (Cet ouvrage d'Anel fut également inséré à la suite du "recueil" d'Helvetius "sur les méthodes pour la guerison des plus dangereuses maladies".). Elle est ornée de trois belles planches gravées sur cuivre. Anel donne la description d'une sorte de seringue (avec plusieurs embouts) capable d'aspirer le contenu des plaies, afin de remplacer la succion buccale pratiquée à cette époque, notamment sur les champs de bataille, et de préserver ainsi la blessure des "exhalaisons d'un suceur malsain". Cet instrument pouvait de plus traiter les abcès profonds et les épanchements liquidiens, notamment pleuraux. Il s'agit de la première application médicale de l'aspiration. Dominique Anel (1679-1730), né à Toulouse, devint chirurgien militaire. Il se perfectionna à Paris, auprès de Mareschal et de J.L.Petit, et exerça longtemps à Turin. Tous ses ouvrages sont rares et novateurs. cf. M.D. Grmek, La pensée médicale en Occident, t. 2, p. 245 : "L'évacuation des épanchements épais nécessitait le recours à la succion buccale. Dominique Anel remplaça, au début du XVIIIe siècle, la bouche par la seringue." ; P. Bec et al., Dominique Anel, ophtalmologiste et chirurgien t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jean-Pierre AUBERT [NANCY, France]
2017-09-10 11:55:20
Schröckh, Johann Mathias [Schröckh, Johann Matthias:]
3 Halblederbände der Zeit mit floraler Rückenprägung, Rücken des 3. Bandes leicht beschädigt, guter Zustand, kl.-8, 342 / 364 / 484 Seiten Schröckh, Johann Matthias 1733 bis 1808 ADB Bd. 32, S. 498-501 Buch
Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT.WIEN Fine Books & Prints- Fl
2017-09-09 23:31:47
Vida, Marco Girolamo
Oxonii (Oxford), E Typographeo Clarendoniano, 1722-1733. - 4 parts in 3 vols. 8vo (24x16 cm). Nice 19th century bindings: Halfmorocco with cornerpieces, spines finely gilt in compartments; covers with marbled paper; marbled endpapers; uncut. Pars 1.: Frontispiece portrait of 'Marcus Hiëronymus Vida, Cremonen. Albae Episcopus' (1485? - 1566), engraved by G. Vertue, (iv)pp.; (xiv: "The names of the subscribers")pp., (10) "Lectori S." pp., 146 pp. Pars 2: 116,(ii: blank) pp. Pars 3: (iv)pp, (4) "Lectori S." pp., 284, (i: with 21 lines "Quisquis es, etc."),(i: blank),(iv: "Index") pp. Pars 4: (iv), 278 pp. and (i: with poem of 15 lines), (i: blank)p. (a few small spots in places). Carefully printed by the Clarendon Press on fine thick handmade paper, with nice engraved headpieces and 2 engraved title-vignettes. - Nice set, hard to find together (see: Brunet, V, 1181), in three bindings by SCHAVYE, with his stamp in the first volume (corners very slightly rubbed). 2600g [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers ILAB
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2017-09-09 18:52:40
POTSDAM:
Kupferstich n. Broebes b. I. G. Mertz in Augsburg, um 1733, 33 x 54 Das Hauptblatt und die am meisten beachtete Tafel aus dem Werk von J. Broebes . Blick aus halber Vogelschau auf die Schloßanlage, im Hintergrund die Havel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2017-09-07 19:45:21
HORATIUS FLACCUS, Quintus [Horace, 65 BCE-8 BCE]
Londini [London]: aeneis tabulis incidit Iohannes Pine [through 1737], MDCCXXXIII-MDCCXXXVII. [1733-37]. First Edition. First issue (inscription on the medal of Augustus Caesar, in vol. 2, p. 108, reads "post est," later corrected to "potest") of John Pine's "tour de force" (Blumenthal), the legendary edition of the Works of Horace, the "most elegant of English eighteenth century books." (Ray), " far ahead of its time and an influence on the future." (Levarie) Two octavo volumes, collated and complete: [30],264,[2]; [24],191,[1],[14]pp, with 324 copper-engraved portraits, vignettes, and head and tail pieces. As with most copies, our set does not include the folded letterpress leaf headed "List of the antiques in the first volume of Horace," which must have been added quite late in the print run. "The engravings are executed on a very stout, clear paper, and the tout ensemble presents to the eye a very pleasing appearance." (Moss) What's more, "copies which contain the first impressions [of the engravings, as ours] are valuable and much sought after." (Dibdin) Beautifully bound in red morocco, covers with gilt panels and corner-pieces, spines densely gilt in compartments between raised bands with gilt lettering to two compartments, wide elaborately gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers, multicolored silk page ribbon in each volume. Expertly rebacked by the Old English Bindery retaining original spines. A fresh copy in a very handsome binding, "remarkable for the beauty of its engraving." (Lowndes) Brunet III, 320. Lewine, p. 246. Graesse III, 354. Legacies of Geni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2017-09-06 16:01:19
Garengeot, René-Jacques Croissant de; Johann Alexander Mischel (trans.)
Berlin: Ambrosius Haude, 1733. First German edition.. Hardcover. Very good. 16mo. [16],444,[20] pp. plus 20 copper-engraved plates and approximately 90 blank leaves. Contemporary calf, spine stamped in blind, leather label stamped in blind, raised bands. Front free endpaper lacking. Binding rubbed and moderately worn, offsetting in first two leaves, minor worming in rear pastedown and several rear blanks. Very good. First German-language edition of Garengeot's SPLANCHNOLOGIE, OU L'ANATOMIE DES VISCERES (first published in Paris in 1728). René-Jacques Croissant de Garengeot (1688-1759) was a prominent French surgeon and author of several works on surgery and anatomy. The 20 anatomical illustrations of viscera in the present work were taken from drawings made directly from observation of human cadavers.
Bookseller: W. C. Baker Rare Books & Ephemera, ABAA [Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-09-05 07:23:38
ohne Autor.:
Rotterdam Pieter vander Goes, 1733. Ledereinband,mit 5 Bünden, keine durchgehende Nummerierung ,ca 400 Seiten.Mit faltbaren Holzstichen bebildert gutes Exemplar mit geringer braunfärbung im Druck. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550
Bookseller: Herr Klaus Boettcher [Karlsruhe, BW, Germany]
2017-09-05 07:23:38
ohne Autor.:
Rotterdam Pieter vander Goes, 1733. gebundene Ausgabe Ledereinband,mit 5 Bünden, keine durchgehende Nummerierung ,ca 400 Seiten.Mit faltbaren Holzstichen bebildert gutes Exemplar mit geringer braunfärbung im Druck.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Klaus Böttcher
2017-09-04 16:38:20
Walpole, Robert, Earl of Orford (1676-1745)
London : printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1733. First Edition. Original wrappers finely bound in later (19th century) calf over fine-ribbed cloth boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. A very good copy overall. Lord Stamp's (Shortlands) copy with his book plate. ; 8vo 8"" - 9"" tall; 29 pages; Physical desc. : 29 p. 18 cm. Subject: Great Britain. Excise tax - Great Britain. Taxation of articles of consumption - Great Britain. Finance, Public - Great Britain - History - 1688-1815. Kress Supplement 1781..
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Ireland]
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2017-09-03 17:27:31
VALLISNERI, Antonio (1661-1730). -
Venezia, Coleti, 1733. 3 voll. In - folio. Solide legature coeve in pergamena, titolo calligrafato sui dorsi; dorsi con alcune piccole ed insignificanti tracce di tarlo. Con 2 ritratti a p. pag. n.t., 92 tavv. inc. in rame (tutte f.t., salvo due, e 2 ripiegate), e alcune illustrazioni inc. in rame n.t., che mostrano insetti, rane, camaleonti, pesci, piante, mostri umani e marini, ecc. (2), LXXXII, 469 pp.; (4) 551 pp.; (4), 676 pp.; esemplare particolarmente fresco e ben conservato. Prima edizione dell'Opera omnia del celebre scienziato, medico e naturalista. Vallisneri fu un allievo di Malpighi a Bologna e successivamente professore di medicina a Padova; si distinse in particolare per gli studi sulla generazione degli insetti, delle piante e quella umana, battendosi con successo contro la teoria della generazione spontanea e le interpretazioni miracolose o occulte dei fenomeni naturali. Sabia, Vallisneri, 233. Nissen ZBI 4226. Gamba 2482. DSB XV, pp.562 - 565: «Vallisneri was one of the first modern naturalist to have a clear awareness of the character of scientific phenomena» First edition of Vallisneri's collected works. With 2 portraits, 92 engr. plates and a few text illustrations. A particularly fresh copy bound in contemp. vellum (a few small wormholes in spines).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-09-02 19:51:14
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen...', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [LIII, p. 138-139] Iphis was a shepherd who fell in love with the cold hearted Anaxarete. She did not return his love, and treated him so badly that out of desperation the man hung himself in front of her house door. Signed on the lower left corner: 'B. Picart sculp dir.' Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'IPHIS SE PEND DE DESEDPOIR DE N'AVOIR PU SE FAIRE AIME D'ANAXARETE / Iphis hangs himself in despair that he could not gain Anaxarete / Iphis erhebt sich aus Liebe und Bezweiflung. / Iphis verhangt zich, dewyle hy Anazaretes niet tot liefde konde beweegen'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del.' Engraving on fine laid paper; internal platemark: 248 x 174 mm; external plate: 358 x 254 mm; total: 490 x 312 mm. Two tears, on on the lower margin and one on the right border until the external border of the external frame. PLIT013
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-09-01 10:51:46
Sewel, Willem
Amsterdam Erven van J. Ratelband en Co 1733. Perkamenten band uit de tijd, (29) 455 pagina's in prima staat. den derde druk, doorgaans veel vermeerderd, en met eene lyst van de geslachten der naamwoorden, die onder geene vaste regelen betrekkelyk zyn; nevens eene verhandeling van de redenkonstige figuuren en andre taalcieraaden, verrykt door Sewel.
Bookseller: ERIK TONEN BOOKSELLER
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2017-09-01 10:51:24
Sewel, Willem .
Amsterdam, Erven van J. Ratelband en Co, 1733. Perkamenten band uit de tijd, (29) 455 pagina's in prima staat.den derde druk, doorgaans veel vermeerderd, en met eene lyst van de geslachten der naamwoorden, die onder geene vaste regelen betrekkelyk zyn; nevens eene verhandeling van de redenkonstige figuuren en andre taalcieraaden, verrykt door Sewel.
Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books
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2017-09-01 09:32:47
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen...', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [XXXII, p.86-88] Arethusa, a nymph, was taking a bath not noticing that Alpheus, the river god, was looking at her. He fell in love with the nymph and began chasing her. She asked for protection to Artemis who turned her into a stream. For Alpheus became so miserable, Zeus made his river flow into the same sea Arethusa ends. Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'ARETHUSE, POURSUIVIE PAR ALPHÉE, EST CHANGÉE EN FONTAINE. / Arethusa pursued by Alpheus, and turned to a Fountain / Arethusa, duch Alpheus verfolgt, wirdt verändert in einen Brunnen. / Arethusa, door Alpheus vervolgt, werdt in een Fonteyn verandert'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del. 1731'."Engraving on fine laid paper; internal platemark: 248 x 174 mm; external plate: 357 x 253 mm; total: 488 x 309 mm. Small damages on the lower border and some stains on the top border, yet the engraved part is flawless. PLIT013"
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2017-09-01 09:32:47
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen...', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [XXXII, p.86-88] Arethusa, a nymph, was taking a bath not noticing that Alpheus, the river god, was looking at her. He fell in love with the nymph and began chasing her. She asked for protection to Artemis who turned her into a stream. For Alpheus became so miserable, Zeus made his river flow into the same sea Arethusa ends. Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'ARETHUSE, POURSUIVIE PAR ALPHÉE, EST CHANGÉE EN FONTAINE. / Arethusa pursued by Alpheus, and turned to a Fountain / Arethusa, duch Alpheus verfolgt, wirdt verändert in einen Brunnen. / Arethusa, door Alpheus vervolgt, werdt in een Fonteyn verandert'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del. 1731' Engraving on fine laid paper; internal platemark: 248 x 174 mm; external plate: 357 x 253 mm; total: 488 x 309 mm. Small damages on the lower border and some stains on the top border, yet the engraved part is flawless. PLIT013
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-28 15:50:42
BELLOSTE Augustin (1654-1730)
A Paris, De l'Imprimerie de la Veuve d'Houry 1733-1734 - 1° Le Chirurgien d'Hôpital. Enseignant la manière douce & facile de guérir promptement toutes sortes de Playes, & le moyen assuré d'éviter l'exfoliation des Os. Avec une plaque nouvellement inventée pour le pansement des Trépans. Par feu M. Belloste, Chirurgien de S.A.R. Troisième édition, revue & augmentée de plusieurs Observations nouvelles, d'une Pharmacie Chirurgicale, & d'une Dissertation sur la Rage. Préface, Table des chapitres et 540 pages. 2° Suite du Chirurgien d'Hôpital. Contenant differens Traités, du Mercure, des Maladies des Yeux & de la Peste; des Tumeurs enkistées; des Boutons du visage; des Playes de Poitrine; des Playes tortueuses; des Injections; du mot d'Escarre; de la chute de l'Intestin dans le Scrotum; du Sarcocele & Miserere. Au Roi de Sardaigne, Épitre, Approbation, Table et 384 pages A Paris, De l'Imprimerie de la Veuve d'Houry - 1733/1734. ÉDITION ORIGINALE pour le Tome 2 (suite), publié en 1733. Complet & Contrôlé. Reliure plein veau marbré de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré. Tranches rouges. Manque la page de garde au début du T2. Mouillure angulaire sur les 5 premiers feuillets du T1. Bords et coins frottés. Coiffes supérieures accidentées. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17x10). Augustin Belloste, pratiquant à Paris, est nommé chirurgien de la mère du roi de Sardaigne Victor-Amédée qui l'attire à Turin. Il contribue alors fortement à la propagation de nouveaux procédés. Il combat ainsi la méthode des pansements trop usitée sur les plaies. Son traité de 1696, Le chirurgien d'h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres et Collections
2017-08-28 13:33:17
DEL CASTRONE BENEDETTO MARIA
BERNABO', 1733. 5 TAV. RIP. F.T. (ALTRI ES. NE CONTENGONO 3), MANCANTE DEL PIATTO ANT. DI COP., TRACCE D'UMIDO ALLE PRIME 15 PAG. ANG. SUP. DX CHE NON TOCCANO IL TESTO 143
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pagine Scolpite
2017-08-28 13:33:17
DEL CASTRONE BENEDETTO MARIA
BERNABO', ROMA, 1733. 5 TAV. RIP. F.T. (ALTRI ES. NE CONTENGONO 3), MANCANTE DEL PIATTO ANT. DI COP., ALONI ALLE PRIME 15 PAG. ANG. SUP. DX CHE NON TOCCANO IL TESTO 143
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Pagine Scolpite [Catania, Italy]
2017-08-27 07:42:30
DOVAR, Thomas
London: Printed for the Relict of the late R. Brady, 1733. [2], 197pp, [5]. Contemporary full calf, gilt. Rubbed with wear to board edges, slight cracking to joints. Marginal tear to A1 (mislabelled as B1) touching text with paper tab still present from earlier attempt at repair. Otherwise internally clean and crisp. Thomas Dover's (1660-1742) medical treatise, aimed at the education of physicians and the wider populace both, seeks to catalogue over one hundred diseases and their remedies whilst assuming the form of an autobiographical travelogue. Prior to the writing of this tome Dover had found employ as a privateer - most notably voyaging with William Dampier and thus being a part of the landing party to rescue castaway Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for Robinson Crusoe. The work found both success and controversy. Many detractors questioned Dover's expertise as a professional medic highlighting numerous inaccuracies and citing his readiness to recommend mercury as fixative for a wide variety illnesses, thus earning Dover the moniker 'Doctor Quicksilver'. ESTC N14921.. First edition. 12mo.
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2017-08-24 21:34:18
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Per Gio. Battista Valetta, 1733. Manifesto cm. 57 x 37. Stemma xil . Mancanza di parte del mag. bianco ad un lato. Supplica per l'Istituzione di una Universita' degli orologiai in Torino. Veniva fatto obbligo di lavorare per 5 anni da apprendista e per 2 da lavorante prima di poter accedere al capo d'opera. Veniva anche proibito a chiunque non fosse cattolico, apostolico romano di accedere alla qualita' di mastro. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2017-08-22 17:32:20
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen...', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [LIII, p. 138-139] Iphis was a shepherd who fell in love with the cold hearted Anaxarete. She did not return his love, and treated him so badly that out of desperation the man hung himself in front of her house door. Signed on the lower left corner: 'B. Picart sculp dir.' Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'IPHIS SE PEND DE DESEDPOIR DE N'AVOIR PU SE FAIRE AIME D'ANAXARETE / Iphis hangs himself in despair that he could not gain Anaxarete / Iphis erhebt sich aus Liebe und Bezweiflung. / Iphis verhangt zich, dewyle hy Anazaretes niet tot liefde konde beweegen'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del.'."Engraving on fine laid paper; internal platemark: 248 x 174 mm; external plate: 358 x 254 mm; total: 490 x 312 mm. Two tears, on on the lower margin and one on the right border until the external border of the external frame. PLIT013"
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-22 11:15:26
ANONIMO MA PASCOLI LEONE
Colonia, Per gli Eredi di Cornelio d'Egmond 1733. In 4° antico, cartonato. Pp. 12 n.n. + 208, rari e piccolissimi forellini all'angolo basso delle prime e ultime tre pagine. Occhietto e frontespizio rosso e nero, un vecchio restauro al margine alto delle ultime pagine ma buon esemplare di questa opera non comune. Leone Pascoli economista, medico, filosofo perugino fu uno dei primi storici dell'economia; partendo da idee protezioniste nel campo agrario sviluppò il suo pensiero verso un mercantilismo moderato seguendo il criterio che la politica monetaria di un governo debba portare le entrate sempre al di sopra del costo del denaro. Prima edizione, uscita anonima, di questo importante contributo al pensiero economico illuminista. Melzi III pag 141 - Einaudi 4304 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria SEAB srl (socio Alai/Lila) [Bologna BO, BO, Italy]
2017-08-22 06:50:44
Montfaucon, Bernard de.
Paris, Gandouin et Giffart, 1729-1733. - Folio. (8), XXXVIII, (2), 402, (22)pp; (4), 342, (32)pp; (8), 356, (30)pp; (24), 368, (28)pp; (6), 434, (214)pp. With 306 (110 fold) engr. plates and 6 engr. vignettes. Later (ca. 1890) full red morocco with 6 raised bands, gilt-stamped vignette (head of stag with motto "Vincit qui patitur") to both covers, richly gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. First edition. - Exlibris to inner cover (James Henry Smith). - Spines rubbed in places. Lower front hinge of vol. 5 with small crack. Lacking portrait-frontispiece to volume 1, page 265/266 with small repaired corner. - Fine copy in decorative bindings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Manfred Nosbuesch [Germany]
2017-08-18 02:38:07
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen...', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [XX, p. 47-48] According to Ovid, Pygmalion was a sculptor who once made a statue of a woman, so beautiful that he fell in love with it. He thus went to ask to Venus to turn the statue into a real woman, so that so he could marry her. Picart represents the statue in the central foreground, on a pedestal, naked, who is about to be turned into a woman and climbing down the pedestal. In the background Pygmalion is kneeling in front of the statue of Venus, in a temple, within a garden. Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'PYGMALION, AMOREUX D'UNE STATUE QU'IL A FAITE, OBTIENT DE / VENUS QU'ELLE SOIT CHANGÉE EN FEMME & L'ESPOUSE/ Pygmalion is inamored with a statue he had made; and Venus at / his prayer transforms it into a Woman./ Das Bild von Pygmalion durch Venus in eine Frau verändert / Pygmalions Beeldt door Venus in eene Vrouwe verandert'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del. 1731.' Engraving on fine laid paper; lily watermark in the center; internal platemark: 249 x 175 mm; external plate: 351 x 254 mm; total: 486 x 308 mm. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-08-18 02:38:07
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
- From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen.', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [LIII, p. 138-139] Iphis was a shepherd who fell in love with the cold hearted Anaxarete. She did not return his love, and treated him so badly that out of desperation the man hung himself in front of her house door. Signed on the lower left corner: 'B. Picart sculp dir.' Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'IPHIS SE PEND DE DESEDPOIR DE N'AVOIR PU SE FAIRE AIME D'ANAXARETE / Iphis hangs himself in despair that he could not gain Anaxarete / Iphis erhebt sich aus Liebe und Bezweiflung. / Iphis verhangt zich, dewyle hy Anazaretes niet tot liefde konde beweegen'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del.' Engraving on fine laid paper; internal platemark: 248 x 174 mm; external plate: 358 x 254 mm; total: 490 x 312 mm. Two tears, on on the lower margin and one on the right border until the external border of the external frame. PLIT013
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur
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2017-08-18 02:38:07
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
- From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen.', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [XV, p. 37-38] The nymph Clytie, in love with Helios, jealous of his new lover Leucothea, run to the father of the latter telling him of his daughter's affair with the god. Orchamus (this is the name of the father) was so angry that he buried his own daughter alive in the sand. Helios became upset with Clytie and abandoned her definitely. So she stand in solitude in the desert among the rocks for nine days looking at the sun. After those days she was turned into a sunflower. Picart represents the nymph leaning against the rocks, naked, looking towards the sky where her lover Helios is riding his chariot in the clouds. a small putto is mourning together with the nymph who bears already the signs of her metamorphoses: upon her head are blossoming a couple of sun flowers. Signed on the lower left corner: 'B. Picart dir.' Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'CLYTIE CHANGÉE EN TOURNESOL. / Clytia change'd into a Turnesole / Clytia in eine Sonne-blumme verändert. / Clytia in een Sonne-bloeme verandert '. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Pi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-08-18 02:38:07
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
- From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen.', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [XXXII, p.86-88] Arethusa, a nymph, was taking a bath not noticing that Alpheus, the river god, was looking at her. He fell in love with the nymph and began chasing her. She asked for protection to Artemis who turned her into a stream. For Alpheus became so miserable, Zeus made his river flow into the same sea Arethusa ends. Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'ARETHUSE, POURSUIVIE PAR ALPHÉE, EST CHANGÉE EN FONTAINE. / Arethusa pursued by Alpheus, and turned to a Fountain / Arethusa, duch Alpheus verfolgt, wirdt verändert in einen Brunnen. / Arethusa, door Alpheus vervolgt, werdt in een Fonteyn verandert'. On the bottom of the engraved frame on the left: 'B. Picart del. 1731' Engraving on fine laid paper; internal platemark: 248 x 174 mm; external plate: 357 x 253 mm; total: 488 x 309 mm. Small damages on the lower border and some stains on the top border, yet the engraved part is flawless. PLIT013
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2017-08-18 02:38:07
Picart, Bernard (1673-1733)
From the 'Tafereel of beschryving van den prachtigen tempel der zang-godinnen...', also known as 'Le Temple des Muses' published in Amsterdam in 1733, containing histories drawn from Greek mythology, written by A.de la Barre de Beaumarchais with plates by Bernard Picart. The plates are all finely engraved and are composed with a central part dedicated to the illustration of the story and a larger one, framing the previous, inhabited with details inspired to the central plate. For the whole book see Booknr. 50936 [VII, p. 16-18]According to the myth, after the great flood the elderly couple of Deucalion and Pyrrha was the only spared by the rage of the waters. Zeus then make their wish of meeting other people in the world come true by asking them to throw rocks behind themselves. As these rocks touched the ground they were turned into people: female for those thrown by Pyrrha and male for those thrown by the husband. In this representation in the foreground on the left Pyrrha is throwing big rocks behind herself and on the ground towards the right several nude female of different age emerge from the ground. Towards the background Deucalion is repeating the same action whereas a temple always on the left reminds the viewer of the protagonists' cry for help to Zeus. On the right in the background the waters are disappearing as the clouds in the sky are. Lettered in four languages on the bottom: 'DEUCALION & PYRRHA REPEUPLENT LA TERRE, EN JETTANT / DES PIERRES DERRIERE EUX./ Deucalion & Pyrrha repeople the World, by throwing / stones behind them....'. On the bottom of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-08-17 20:21:40
PICART LE ROMAIN, BERNARD E.A. / [A. DE LA BARRE DE BEAUMARCHAIS]
Big folio, Leather binding, decorated spine with 8 ribs, (8)+26+(2)+158+(4) pp. Illustrated with 60 pagefilling engravings by Picart e.o, with ornamental edges. Binding torn by time, but good copy of this beautiful book on Mythology. Text by A. de la Barre de Beaumarchais.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Netherlands]
2017-08-15 19:22:12
JONES (Inigo):
[London] Published by I. Ware, [1733], 1733. Small folio, 255 x 165 mms., pp. [viii], 53 engraved plates, six of which are folding and comprise two numbers in the quantity of plates, complete as issued, bound in reversed panelled contemporary calf, marbled end-papers; fragment of label on spine but a very good copy. Inigo Jones (1573 - 1653) and William Kent (1685 - 1748) are responsible for most of the engravings, but one is by Lord Burlington (Richard Boyle, Third of Burlington, 1694 - 1753) and and another by the publisher and architect, Isaac Ware (1704 - 1766), on of Burlington's proteges. "The publication of many drawings by Jones and Webb from Burlington's collection by William Kent (1727), Isaac Ware (1731), and John Vardy (1744) provided a wealth of models for architects to the mid-century and beyond. The emphasis by the new movement on order and proportion was in Jones's spirit, but there was little creative response to his studies of the monuments of antiquity. Anyway these were superseded in the 1750s and 1760s by much more wide-ranging archaeological investigations. From that point Jones lost his cult status, though so long as classical architecture flourished in England his buildings were held in high regard" (ODNB).
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books [United Kingdom]
2017-08-14 12:32:08
Leonardo da Vinci
...E di nuovo ristampato, corretto, ed a maggior perfezione condotto. Un volume in folio (23x34,5 cm) di (16)-115-(9)-55 pagine; due carte ft con i ritratti incisi di Leonardo e dell'Alberti; numerose incisioni nel testo, di metà o un terzo di pagina. Pagina di titolo in rosso e nero, con la marca calcografica di Niccolò Rispolo (una gora chiara, anche a p.(1)); l'indicazione di stampa è: in Parigi, appresso Giacomo Langlois, stampatore ordinario del Re cristianissimo, al Monte S. Genovefa 1701. Ed in Napoli, nella stamperia di Francesco Ricciardo a spese di Niccola, e Vincenzo Rispoli, 1733. Con la data parigina alterata a penna da 1651 a 1701, come in tutte le copie. Qualche rara brunitura, ma eccellente copia con le illustrazioni incise di grande nettezza. I due ritratti sono di Francesco Sesoni. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con tassello di titolo al dorso. Si tratta della terza edizione del Trattato, dopo la prima parigina del Langlois (1651) e la seconda, napoletana, dello stesso Ricciardo del 1723, meno curata di questa terza. "Il filo conduttore del Trattato è l'esercizio della "filosofia del vedere", cioè il saper cogliere la rivelazione della Natura tramite l'osservazione penetrante. Ogni aspetto viene infatti ricondotto alla comprensione sistematica di quei fenomeni fisici, matematici e geometrici che ne determinano la percezione visiva. Per Leonardo è proprio l'applicazione della logica, delle discipline matematiche e geometriche, dell'anatomia e dell'ottica che nobilita la pittura... L'organicità della trattazione fa pensare che lo stesso Leonardo avesse co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Bacbuc [IT]
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