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        L'arte nell'umbria e nella sabina. ristampa anastatica dell'edizione del 1936. 2009 editore: edizioni nuova prhomos

      Cof. di 6 voll. ril. in pelle con caratteri in oro, cm 35x25. 1735 tavv. b/n. I. Periodo Etrsco-Romano - II. Periodo Cristiano-Romanico - III. Perdiodo Medioevale - Architettura Civile - IV. Periodo Medievale - Architettura Religiosa - V. Periodo del Rinascimento (e secoli posteriori) - Architettura Civile - VI. Periodo del Rinascimento (e secoli posteriori) - Architettura Religiosa. Nell'opera viene riproposto il patrimonio storico-artistico umbro, illustrato con foto, disegnie ricostruzioni minuziose. Per ogni epoca e per ogni genere artistico minore (vetrate, tessuti, arte del legno, ecc.) un breve saggio introduttivo ne tratteggia possibili linee interpretative. Il maggior contributo offerto è costituito dai rilievi e dai disegni ricostruttivi: un vastissimo repertorio di oggetti, di sculture ed edifici osservati e accostati l'uno all'altro in un'inesauribile attenzione ai dettagli, al contesto, alle misure. Nella ricchezza dei materiali riprodotti è un'opera imprescindibile per la conoscenza del patrimonio umbro e sempre attuale per la sua valorizzazione.

      [Bookseller: Editoriale Umbra]
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        MATRIX 28

      Whittington Press (Lower Marston Farm, Risbury: Whittington Press. 2009). 4to., half leather, slipcase. (vi), 180, (2) pages plus portfolio of photographs.. One of 70 copies of the deluxe version bound thus. The separately issued portfolio contains a suite of photographs by Janet Stone of Myfanwy Piper, Lord David Cecil, Geoffrey Keynes, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Julian Huxley, Doublas Cleverdon, L.P. Hartley & Laurence Whistler. Matrix is the longest surviving and probably the last typographical journal to be printed by letterpress. It is an eclectic mix of fine printing, type design, and small press lore, forming a record of events and personalities whose memory would otherwise have died with their recorders. It is no exaggeration to say that in the future it will be impossible to research fine printing without reference to Matrix. This issue contains essays by Alan Powers on The Curwen Story, Andrew Anderson on Eric Gill, Humphrey Stone on the photographers, Janet Stone, David Hughes on the Baynard Press, James Fergusson on The Amate Press, Michael Harvey on Janet the Typeface, Hal Bishop on Ronald Salmond, John Randle on The Offizin Haag-Drugulin, Jerry Cinamon on Leipzig rambling, Andrew Dolinski on Poltawski, Barbara Henry on producing the Vandercook Book, Katherine McCanless-Ruffin on The Shinola Vandercook, and many more. Illustrated throughout with many tipped-in specimens on special paper, engravings, photographs. color plates, etc. Card regarding Matrix 29 loosely laid-in. .

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press ]
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        The Gardens of Delight. Bouquets of Flora and Botanical Poetry

      Bay Park Press / False Bay Editions San Diego: Bay Park Press / False Bay Editions, 2009. Number 12 of 20 copies. An exquisite production from Sibyl Rubottom and Jim Machacek.It was inspired Sibyl Rubottom's interest in all things botanical and Jim Machacek's family heritage. The result is what they hoped for - "a riotous colorscape for your senses - with the rich and luminous colors used and the beautiful illustrations. It includes 14 unbound folded folio sized leaves which are housed in a folding case. Twelve of the leaves are dedicated to different types of gardens, each in a different color, with designs and poetry to reflect that garden. The gardens are: Japanese, butterfly, desert, night, orchid, primordial, mystical, rose, water, eros, secret,and herb. . Each features a poem or prose by such writers as John Milton, Rumi, Homer, Lord Byron, Robert Frost, Oscar Wilde, Frances Hodgson Burnett, and Ralph Waldo Emerson.The two other folded leaves are for the title and for the colophon. Printed on Fabriano Rosapina Blanco paper in Venus, Edwardian Script, and Palatino typefaces using letterpress, monoprint, and intaglio techniques. Housed in a custom box in green/brown cloth lined in beautiful handmade paper. The covers open from the middle with a title label on one side and a small metal rectangle with peg closure on the other. In fine condition. Unpaginated. [56 pages.] ARTISTSBOOKS/081612. Fine.

      [Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop ]
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        Of light and shade from the notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci. Chapters 118 to 127...as compiled, translated and edited by Jean Paul Richter in 1883. Intaglio prints by Judith Rothchild

      Verdigris Press [Octon, France]: Verdigris Press. 2009. One of 9 copies, from a total issue of 15 (6 with original copper plate), each copy numbered and signed in pencil by the artist on the colophon as well as initialing each plate. Page size: 9 x 11-3/4 inches; 20pp. Bound by Mark Lintott: loose in wrappers housed in slipcase covered with handmade papers screenprinted by Judith Rothchild in pink, blue and green showing Leonardo's larger sphere on the front cover and smaller sphere on the rear cover, black front wrapper embossed with circles, squares, and triangle, with white label printed in black with title and author, translator, and artist on front panel. Illustrated with six original full- page intaglio prints, endsheets with embosed spheres along bottom edge by Judith Rothchild. Ms. Rothchild has varied her print-making methods from her usual mezzotint to mezzotint with rocker, roulette and dry point all pulled by her from her original worked copper plates. The text has been set by Mark Lintott in Vendome Romain and printed by him on an Albion press and is taken from the 1883 Jean Paul Richter translation and edition of Leonardo's Notebooks, Capters 118-127. . Ms. Rothchild's intaglio prints are perfectly suited to Leonardo's text on light and shade. Her solid forms - whether a peach or skein of twine or wood cylinder - absorb light, reflect light, cast shadows, block light, in short, do all that they should to exemplify the text. See an Image.

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis, Inc. ]
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