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Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge Part One - Volume one and Part one Volume two - Nigel Morgan and Stella Panayotova edited by
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LOndon: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2017. Livre. Neuf. Couverture rigide. Edition originale. 230 x 330 mm.. Harvey Miller Publishers Illuminated Manuscripts and Incunabula in Cambridge (HMIMC 5.1) A. E. Andriolo, S. Reynolds A Catalogue of Western Book Illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Colleges. Part Five: Volume One: Books Printed in Italy before 1501 288 p., 330 colour ill., 230 x 330 mm, 2017 ISBN: 978-1-909400-85-6 Languages: English Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 220,00 print Share/Save/Bookmark This is the first part of a two-volume catalogue of incunabula (books printed up to 1500) with illumination added by hand, in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the College Libraries of Cambridge. Incunabula research is flourishing in the twenty-first century. Since the turn of the millennium, printed catalogues of globally important collections have been published and online cataloguing projects have transformed knowledge and access. Nevertheless, the c. 2,000 incunabula in Cambridge outside the University Library remain comparatively unknown. A part of the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project, this catalogue examines books at the Fitzwilliam Museum, and the Cambridge Colleges books that were printed in Italy up to 1500 and have illumination and decoration added by hand. Over the two catalogue volumes, the College material constitutes approximately 75% of the coverage of over 400 individual incunabula in total. These collections are extraordinarily rich, and have been built up over the last 500 years through the patronage of late medieval benefactors and scholars, such as Roger Bower (d. 1507) and Thomas Rotherham (1423-1500), as well as that of classical scholars, and through the bequests of eminent British book collectors and bibliophiles from Archbishops Matthew Parker (1504-1575) and William Sancroft (1617-93), to Samuel Pepys (1633-1703), and John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946). The catalogue focuses on books with decoration intended to ornament rather than to rubricate the text, that include one or more of the following elements: miniatures, woodcuts with contemporary colour added by hand, historiated initials and borders, other types of ornamental initials with or without borders, pen-flourished initials, and a variety of drawings or sketches. In bringing to bear on early printed books the same level of attention to the individual features of particular copies, the editors hope to further erode the artificial barriers between those working on illumination in manuscripts and in printed books, and to offer striking evidence of the inter-meshed worlds of manuscript and print in the second half of the fifteenth century. Language : english text - Codice della libreria 010594 ., Harvey Miller Publishers, 2017, London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2009. Livre. Neuf. Couverture rigide. Edition originale. 230 x 330 mm.. Title: Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge : A Catalogue of Western Book Illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Colleges, Part Four: England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales. Volume One - Insular Manuscripts Author: Panayotova, Stella ; Nigel Morgan ; (eds) Price: eur 250 ISBN: 97819094000479 Descrizione libro: Brepols Publisher. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Harvey Miller Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge HMIMC 1 A Catalogue of Western Book Illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Colleges. Part One: The Frankish Kingdoms, the Netherlands, Germany, Bohemia, Hungary and Austria SET S. Panayotova, N. Morgan (eds.) 560 p., 750 colour ill., 230 x 330 mm, 2009 ISBN: 978-1-905375-47-9 Languages: English Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 250,00 This publication is the first to appear in a major new series of catalogues covering all the Western medieval illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge, excluding only the separately catalogued manuscripts in the University Library. The catalogue entries, based on the most recent studies undertaken by the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project, are organised geographically by place of origin, and, within that grouping, listed chronologically. The present two-volume catalogue deals with the early manuscripts produced in the Frankish Kingdoms, the splendid, richly illustrated books from the Northern and Southern Netherlands ranging from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, illuminations from the Meuse region, manuscripts both in Latin and the vernacular from the late eleventh to the end of the sixteenth century from Germany, and lastly an interesting group of books from Bohemia, Austria and Hungary. While the focus of the catalogue is on the illumination, all decoration and ornamentation being listed in detail, entries also include much information on codicology, on texts and on provenance, as well as the most recent bibliographical references. Every manuscript catalogued is also illustrated, generally with several images which are all reproduced in full colour. "These volumes triumphantly justify 'paper cataloguing'. [.] The authors and sponsors are to be warmly congratulated and urged to complete a series that makes a fundamental contribution to knowledge." (Catherine Reynolds, in The Burlington Magazine CLIII, March 2011, p. 182) « On ne peut que se réjouir de la qualité de ces deux premiers volumes et souhaiter la parution rapide des tomes suivants. » (A. Châtelet, dans Art et Métiers du Livre 31, Déc 2009-fév 2010, p. 91-92) "The first two beautifully designed volumes of Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge have all the indices and finding aids (including an index of biblical and non-biblical iconography) to facilitate further research. They are brimming with ideas, are full of dissertation topics, and are testaments to the bounty - intellectual and sensuous or even sybaritic - spread out before students of medieval manuscripts." (Kathryn M. Rudy, in HNA Review of Books) "This updating of the traditional manuscript catalogue is a very useful addition to the scholarship on manuscripts in English collections, in part because of the precision and brevity of the updated information, but especially because of the sumptuous illustrations, which provide the irreplaceable visual context for the textual information the catalogue presents." (Stephen Clancy, in Speculum 86/3, July 2011, p. 789) "The first two beautifully designed volumes of Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge [.] are brimming with ideas, are full of dissertation topics, and are testaments to the bounty - intellectual and sensuous or even sybaritic - spread out before students of medieval manuscripts." ( Kathryn M. Rudy, in Historians of Netherlandish Art ) Language : english text ., Harvey Miller Publishers, 2009

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[EAN: 9781905375479], [SC: 12.68], [PU: Harvey Miller Publishers, London, first edition, 2009], CAMBRIDGE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS. WYKBOOKS 44042 MORGAN, NIGEL J ; PANAYOTOVA, STELLA; REYNOLDS, DR SUZANNE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM (CAMBRIDGE) UNIVERSITY OF BUCHMALEREI. (CAMBRIDGE, G.B.) -- MANUSCRITS CATALOGUES. A` PEINTURES ME DIE VAUX GRANDE-BRETAGNE (GB), Jacket, 2 vols, Cloth, 4to, 33 cm, 255 pp, 358 ills + 292 pp, 389 ills. 252 entries. From the blurb: "This publication is the first to appear in a new series of catalogues covering all Western medieval illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge, excluding only the manuscripts in the University Library which are being catalogued separately. The entries are based on the most recent studies undertaken by the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project; they are organised geographically by place of origin, and, within that grouping, listed chronologically. The present two-volume catalogue deals with the early manuscripts produced in the Frankish Kingdoms, the splendid, richly illustrated books from the Northern and Southern Netherlands ranging from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, illuminations from the Meuse region, manuscripts both in Latin and the vernacular from the late eleventh to the end of the sixteenth century from Germany, and lastly an interesting group of books from Bohemia, Austria and Hungary. The focus of the catalogue is on the illumination, and includes detailed listings of ail miniatures, decoration and ornamentation, which are made easily accessible by the inclusion of an exhaustive iconographic index. Entries also include much information on the textual contents of the manuscripts and on their provenance, as well as the most recent bibliographical references. Every manuscript catalogued is also illustrated, generally with several images, providing readers with a corpus of some 750 illustrations which are all reproduced in full colour." Near Fine set in slightly used dustwrappers.

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Illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge : a catalogue of Western book illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge colleges. Part One: Volume One. The Frankish Kingdoms, Northern Netherlands. Germany, Bohemia, Hungary, Austria. [with] Part One: V - Erstausgabe

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[EAN: 9781905375479], [SC: 12.58], [PU: Harvey Miller Publishers, London, first edition, 2009], CAMBRIDGE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS. WYKBOOKS 44042 MORGAN, NIGEL J ; PANAYOTOVA, STELLA; REYNOLDS, DR SUZANNE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM (CAMBRIDGE) UNIVERSITY OF BUCHMALEREI. (CAMBRIDGE, G.B.) -- MANUSCRITS CATALOGUES. A` PEINTURES ME DIE VAUX GRANDE-BRETAGNE (GB), Jacket, 2 vols, Cloth, 4to, 33 cm, 255 pp, 358 ills + 292 pp, 389 ills. 252 entries. From the blurb: "This publication is the first to appear in a new series of catalogues covering all Western medieval illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge, excluding only the manuscripts in the University Library which are being catalogued separately. The entries are based on the most recent studies undertaken by the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project; they are organised geographically by place of origin, and, within that grouping, listed chronologically. The present two-volume catalogue deals with the early manuscripts produced in the Frankish Kingdoms, the splendid, richly illustrated books from the Northern and Southern Netherlands ranging from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, illuminations from the Meuse region, manuscripts both in Latin and the vernacular from the late eleventh to the end of the sixteenth century from Germany, and lastly an interesting group of books from Bohemia, Austria and Hungary. The focus of the catalogue is on the illumination, and includes detailed listings of ail miniatures, decoration and ornamentation, which are made easily accessible by the inclusion of an exhaustive iconographic index. Entries also include much information on the textual contents of the manuscripts and on their provenance, as well as the most recent bibliographical references. Every manuscript catalogued is also illustrated, generally with several images, providing readers with a corpus of some 750 illustrations which are all reproduced in full colour." Near Fine set in slightly used dustwrappers.

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[EAN: 9781905375479], [SC: 14.85], [PU: Harvey Miller Publishers, London, first edition, 2009], CAMBRIDGE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS. WYKBOOKS 44042 MORGAN, NIGEL J ; PANAYOTOVA, STELLA; REYNOLDS, DR SUZANNE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM (CAMBRIDGE) UNIVERSITY OF BUCHMALEREI. (CAMBRIDGE, G.B.) -- MANUSCRITS CATALOGUES. A` PEINTURES ME DIE VAUX GRANDE-BRETAGNE (GB), Jacket, 2 vols, Cloth, 4to, 33 cm, 255 pp, 358 ills + 292 pp, 389 ills. 252 entries. From the blurb: "This publication is the first to appear in a new series of catalogues covering all Western medieval illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge, excluding only the manuscripts in the University Library which are being catalogued separately. The entries are based on the most recent studies undertaken by the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project; they are organised geographically by place of origin, and, within that grouping, listed chronologically. The present two-volume catalogue deals with the early manuscripts produced in the Frankish Kingdoms, the splendid, richly illustrated books from the Northern and Southern Netherlands ranging from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, illuminations from the Meuse region, manuscripts both in Latin and the vernacular from the late eleventh to the end of the sixteenth century from Germany, and lastly an interesting group of books from Bohemia, Austria and Hungary. The focus of the catalogue is on the illumination, and includes detailed listings of ail miniatures, decoration and ornamentation, which are made easily accessible by the inclusion of an exhaustive iconographic index. Entries also include much information on the textual contents of the manuscripts and on their provenance, as well as the most recent bibliographical references. Every manuscript catalogued is also illustrated, generally with several images, providing readers with a corpus of some 750 illustrations which are all reproduced in full colour." Near Fine set in slightly used dustwrappers.

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2009, ISBN: 1905375476

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[EAN: 9781905375479], [PU: Harvey Miller Publishers, London, first edition, 2009], CAMBRIDGE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS. WYKBOOKS 44042 MORGAN, NIGEL J ; PANAYOTOVA, STELLA; REYNOLDS, DR SUZANNE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM (CAMBRIDGE) UNIVERSITY OF BUCHMALEREI. (CAMBRIDGE, G.B.) -- MANUSCRITS CATALOGUES. A` PEINTURES ME DIE VAUX GRANDE-BRETAGNE (GB), Jacket, 2 vols, Cloth, 4to, 33 cm, 255 pp, 358 ills + 292 pp, 389 ills. 252 entries. From the blurb: "This publication is the first to appear in a new series of catalogues covering all Western medieval illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge, excluding only the manuscripts in the University Library which are being catalogued separately. The entries are based on the most recent studies undertaken by the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project; they are organised geographically by place of origin, and, within that grouping, listed chronologically. The present two-volume catalogue deals with the early manuscripts produced in the Frankish Kingdoms, the splendid, richly illustrated books from the Northern and Southern Netherlands ranging from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, illuminations from the Meuse region, manuscripts both in Latin and the vernacular from the late eleventh to the end of the sixteenth century from Germany, and lastly an interesting group of books from Bohemia, Austria and Hungary. The focus of the catalogue is on the illumination, and includes detailed listings of ail miniatures, decoration and ornamentation, which are made easily accessible by the inclusion of an exhaustive iconographic index. Entries also include much information on the textual contents of the manuscripts and on their provenance, as well as the most recent bibliographical references. Every manuscript catalogued is also illustrated, generally with several images, providing readers with a corpus of some 750 illustrations which are all reproduced in full colour." Near Fine set in slightly used dustwrappers.

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Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge, Part One: The Frankish Kingdoms, the Low Countries and Germany

This publication is the first to appear in a major new series of catalogues covering all the Western medieval illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge, excluding only the separately catalogued manuscripts in the University Library. The catalogue entries, based on the most recent studies undertaken by the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project, are organised geographically by place of origin, and, within that grouping, listed chronologically. The present two-volume catalogue deals with the early manuscripts produced in the Frankish Kingdoms, the splendid, richly illustrated books from the Northern and Southern Netherlands ranging from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, illuminations from the Meuse region, manuscripts both in Latin and the vernacular from the late eleventh to the end of the sixteenth century from Germany, and lastly an interesting group of books from Bohemia, Austria and Hungary. While the focus of the catalogue is on the illumination, all decoration and ornamentation being listed in detail, entries also include much information on codicology, on texts and on provenance, as well as the most recent bibliographical references. Every manuscript catalogued is also illustrated, generally with several images which are all reproduced in full colour.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781905375479
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1905375476
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: HARVEY MILLER PUBL
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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