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The French bookbinders of the eighteenth century

Octave Uzanne

The French bookbinders of the eighteenth century

by Octave Uzanne

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Published by Caxton Club in Chicago .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Limited ed. of 252 copies.

Statementtranslated [from the French] by Mabel McIlvaine.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21721068M

Author: Littleton, Thomas, Sir, d. Title: Littletons Tenures in English, lately perused and amended. Publisher: London, Printed for the Company of Stationers, Call Number: HD L5 This is a good example of why it difficult to date bindings. The sewing cords are sawn in, which is more typical of 18th century bindings, but the cord is made out of leather which is more.   Irish provincial towns in which the eighteenth-century book trade was centred acted as focal points for their own regions, but all were inextricably linked to the Dublin trade. Dublin dominated all other ports in the importation of books, and Dublin booksellers provided for the bulk of the country trade in books and stationery.

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The origin and traditions of the bookbinders of the eighteenth century -- II. First attempts at a decorative Renaissance in the community of bookbinder-doreurs of the eighteenth century -- III. The master binders and doreurs of the time -- IV. The French Bookbinders of the Eighteenth Century.

by UZANNE, Octave. Used; Condition Three-digit old ink accession number at gutter of title page; a few. Working in the company of book conservators — professionals from library, archive or private practice, and bookbinders — to construct a tight-back full leather binding, with raised sewing supports and a flush joint was recreated following the eighteenth century French manuals by Dudin, de Gauffecourt, and the plates accompanying Diderot.

This bookbinding model was created during the Historic Book Structures for Conservators workshop, taught by Jeffrey Peachey at the Winterthur Museum conservation studios. This style of book was extremely common in France during the 18th century.

Among the French emigrant binders were the Comte de Caumont, Comte de Clermont de Lodeve, Vicomte Gauthier de Brecy, and Du Lau, the friend and bookseller of Chateaubriand.

The work of Roger Payne in the latter half of the 18th century marks an era in English bookbinding, which had since the beginning of that century fallen to a low The French bookbinders of the eighteenth century book.

at the sign of the CROWN & BOOK. Whidbey Island, WA artist, Paul A. McClintock, specializes in the craft of 18th-century bookbinding. Growing up in a household of talented artisans, Paul learned many traditional 18th-century disciplines from his parents and was involved in living history events throughout the Midwest during his youth.

Pickwoad, Nicholas () Bookbinding in the eighteenth century. In: The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, Volume 5: – Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. ISBN Restricted Access; Details. The Book Arts Web (Links relating to book arts and book history) Center for Book Arts (U.S.) (Centre dedicated to the preservation of traditional crafts of book making) Colophon (U.S.) (Contemporary Illustrated and Fine Press Books.

Includes artists' books, contemporary bindings, and French 20th-century binders). This pair of French history books are an example of 19th century ‘trade’ bindings: their decorated cardboard covers were designed by the publisher rather than by a bookbinder.

Petite bibliothéque des chroniques de l’histoire de France (Vol.1) / Adolphe Mazure. A luxurious style of finishing consisting of dotted lines and curves impressed on the covers of a book. In the first half of the 17th century, pointillé was used by numerous French bookbinders and/or gilders, including Florimond Badier and Macé Ruette, although in terms of sheer magnificence of execution, it reached its pinnacle earlier in.

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The annual conference of the Guild of Book Workers, with the grand title of “The Seminar on Standards of Excellence in Hand Bookbinding” probably sounds a little daunting to those not familiar with the event.

The conference is held each year at different places around the country, and is in fact a highly social as well as highly. In The New Eighteenth-Century Style, journalist Michèle Lalande and photographer Gilles Trillard, both experts in the field of interior décor, survey 30 examples of this quintessential blending of exquisite detail and ostentatious affluence.

From lush velvet upholstery to the emblematic use of turquoise with gold accents, these perfectly /5(21). 18th Century: Elaboration and Simplicity Binders began to make shortcuts in the binding process to both save money and increase production.

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The written history of bookbinding has largely been the history of leather Author: Barbara Rhodes. 18th Century Trade Binding One of the first full leather bindings that I did at NBSS was a calfskin binding in the style of trade bindings popular in the 18th Century. The textblock is sewn on single raised cords that are laced into the boards.

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As a set of ideas and a social movement, this historical moment, the 'age of reason' of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, is marked by .Dec 9, - 18th Century French Bookbinding Model on RISD Portfolios.

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Introduction: The book auction has an honourable tradition in Irish cultural life.[1] The earliest Irish book auctions took place in Dublin in the late seventeenth century, run by booksellers such as William Norman, Robert Thornton and Patrick Campbell.

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