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Early Italian engraving

Hind, Arthur Mayger

Early Italian engraving

a critical catalogue with complete reproduction of all the prints described.

by Hind, Arthur Mayger

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Published by Pub. for M. Knoedler, New York, by B. Quaritch in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Engraving, Italian.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNE659 .H5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. in 7.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6373316M
    LC Control Number38020642
    OCLC/WorldCa3247767

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    The invention of the Italian Renaissance printmaker User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. By the early s, woodblock prints, engravings, and the new technique of etching were all used by the expanding publishing world. Mythology / Dreams / Incunabula as topic / 15th century / Architecture in literature / Architectural writing / Art in literature / Landscape in literature / Engraving, renaissance / Gardens in literature / Hypnerotomachia poliphili / Italian fiction / Landscapes / European literature--renaissance / Romances, italian / Italian literature.

    The title underscores the book’s essential concern with what happened to media such as classical engraving once artistic quality was no longer predicated on the complexity of technical production or substantial economic investment. but its roots extended back to the early 16th century: the Italian engraving of Giulio Campagnola and others. A catalogue of Italian engraved title-pages in the sixteenth century by A. F. Johnson; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Bibliography, Catalogs, Early printed books, Imprints, Italian Engraving, Title pages; Places: Italy; Times: 16th century.


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A Collection of One Hundred and Early Italian engraving book Fac-Similes of Scarce and Curious Prints, by Early Masters of the Italian, German, and Flemish Schools; illustrative of The History of Engraving, from the Invention of the Art, by Maso Finiguerra, in the middle of the Fifteenth Century, with Introductory Remarks, and a Catalogue of the Plates.

Some early Italian engravings before the time of Marcantonio by Arthur M. Hind () (Reprint) by Hind, Arthur Mayger, and a great selection of related books, art. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

EARLY ITALIAN ENGRAVING Hardcover – January 1, by Arthur : Arthur Mayger Hind. Early Italian Engraving: A Critical Catalogue with Complete Reproduction of All the Prints Described; Part II: Known Masters Other Than Florentine Mongrammists and Anonymous Vol.

V Catalogue [Arthur M. Hind] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library. Early Italian engraving; a critical catalogue with complete reproduction of all the prints described.

[Arthur M Hind; Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)]. Giovanni Battista Palumba, also known as the Master I.B. with a Bird (or the Bird etc.), was an Italian printmaker active in the early 16th century, making both engravings and woodcuts; he is generally attributed with respectively 14 and 11 of these.

He appears to have come from northern Italy, but later worked in Rome. He specialized in subjects from classical mythology, as well as the. Book Reviews Arthur M. Hind, Early Italian Engraving: A Critical Catalogue with Complete Reproduction of all the Prints Described Part II: Known Masters Other than Florentine, Monogrammists and Anonymous, Bernard Quaritch, London,for The National Gallery of Art, Washington.

3 volumes with illustrations on platesAuthor: Ruth Wedgwood Kennedy. A new Italian school of engraving was born, which put aside minute details for a broad, harmonious treatment.

Germany. The characteristics of early metal engraving in Germany are demonstrated in the works of Martin Schongauer (d. ) and Albrecht Dürer (d. Schongauer used outline and shade as a unified element, and the shading. In general, French wood-engraving, in its best early examples at Paris, was characterized by greater fineness and elegance of line, and by more feeling for artistic effects, than was the case with German book-illustration; but the Parisian chronicles, histories, botanical works, and the like, possessed no greater merit than similar publications.

Intaglio printing – from the Italian intagliare, to engrave or incise – was the dominant method of book illustration from the late s to the early was the cutting-edge graphic technique of its day: the clarity, definition and tone achievable with intaglio printing were almost impossible to match with any other mechanical method.

I N this book I have attempted to gather and arrange such facts as should be known to men of cultivation interested in the art of engraving in wood. I have, therefore, disregarded such matter as seems to belong rather to descriptive bibliography, and have treated wood-engraving, in its principal works, as a reflection of the life of men and an illustration of successive phases of civilization.

Hind, Arthur Mayger, Some early Italian engravings before the time of Marcantonio (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Hind, Arthur Mayger, Van Dyck and portrait engraving and etching in the seventeenth century.

A collection of one hundred and twenty-nine fac-similes of scarce and curious prints, by the early masters of the Italian, German, and Flemish schools; illustrative of the history of engraving, from the invention of the art, by Maso Finiguerra, in the middle of the fifteenth century: with introduction remarks, and a catalogue of the plates.

Lucas’ style of engraving is characterized by long, flowing, gently curved strokes that impart grace to his draped figures, emphasize gesture, and unify the image. At the beginning of the sixteenth century, the Italian engraver Marcantonio Raimondi developed an influential technique that effectively translated Raphael’s drawings into prints.

Fig. —From Ovid's "Metamorphoses." Venice, (design, ). REVIOUS to the time of Dürer, wood-engraving in the North, as has been seen, was little more than a trade, and has its main interest to the scholar as an agent of civilization; in Italy it.

In the Italian book, by contrast, the relationship between the rectilinear typeface, based on ancient Roman inscriptions, and the spare and elegant woodcut illustrations creates a sense of classical calm and balance. By the mid-sixteenth century, engraving had come to. Item Details.

An original Italian steel plate engraving book plate, likely from the lateth or earlyth century. The print, titled Nel Giardino Pontificio al Quirinale, depicts a large pot decorated with a trio of cherubs playing with a small duck, likely housed at the Quirinale Palace in Rome per the piece’s print was originally plate 30 from an unknown publication.

Early Italian engraving: a critical catalogue with complete reproduction of all the prints described London & New York, M. Knoedler & Co. / Bernard Quaritch, Two parts in seven volumes (34 cm), I (Catalogue, Part I, ): xxvi (2), (1) pp., frontispiece.

The technical brilliance of early European woodcuts is astonishing (and in the hands of masters such as Dürer, the craft becomes great art), but the cutting away of all the white parts of an image is a laborious and perverse way of proceeding.

Within the first century of printing two more congenial methods become available - engraving and etching. Early Italian Engraving: 's - 's. The Cleveland Museum of Art (organizer) (August Octo ). The Cleveland Museum of Art (organizer) (August Octo ). Master/Apprentice: Imitation and Inspiration in the Renaissance.Contemporary Italian engravings.

Contemporary Italian engravers are among the best known in the world. Historically, the art of original engraving has (with a few notable exception: Boccioni, Martini, Viani, Severini) taken on new characteristics since the second world war ; during the first half of the century it was still bound to the rigid conventions of nineteenth century reproduction.

At.Early Italian Engraving notebooks XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, XXX undated 2 7 Early Italian Engraving notebooks XXXI, XXXII, XXXIII undated 2 8 Early Italian Engraving notebooks XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVI undated 2 9 Early Italian Engraving notebooks XXXVIII, XXXIX undated 2 10 Early Italian Engraving notebooks XL, XLI undated 2 11 Italian Engraving undated 2