2 edition of making of the Nuremberg chronicle found in the catalog.
making of the Nuremberg chronicle
|Statement||by Adrian Wilson, assisted by Joyce Lancaster Wilson ; introd. by Peter Zahn|
|Contributions||Wilson, Joyce Lancaster|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 p., 6 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||253|
I was just viewing through the thread regarding Unicorns where the book Nuremberg Chronicle was introduced on post # Latin scholars refer to it as Liber Chronicarum aka Book of Chronicles. In general I'd like to have this thread revolve around the discussion and findings from this book and where those finds could lead people. The Liber Chronicarum by Hartmann Schedel printed in Nuremberg by Anton Koberger in , or Nuremberg Chronicle as it is generally called, is one of the most important German incunables and the most extensively illustrated book of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of times to the early s, written in Latin by the Nuremberg physician.
Jul 27, · The “Nuremberg Chronicle” is a history of the world from Creation to the publishing of the book in It was printed in Nuremberg, Germany (hence its common English name, which is not what the book was actually titled). It was a popular book and many copies have survived, making it one of the most-studied early incunabula (printed, not. by Matthew S. Schweitzer. If the Gutenberg Bible is the most important and valuable printed book of the 15th century then the Liber Chronicarum, more commonly known as the Nuremberg Chronicle, is a close second.A marvel of early book production and illustration, the Nuremberg Chronicle is a massive work bursting with over 1, exquisite woodcut engravings produced by one of the preeminent.
Volume VI · Spring · Number 3 The Nuremberg Chronicle--JOHN R. RUSSELL. The Library has recently added to its rare-book collection one of the most famous fifteenth-century books,The Nuremberg innovationoptimiser.com special fund provided by relatives and friends of Dr. and Mrs. Hiram Olsan was used for this purchase, and this book thus joins the group of incunabula already purchased for the. Mar 16, · It was a book published not for purely religious purposes, but rather “for the common delight”. Type details, Nuremberg Chronicle, German edition. The text for the Latin and German editions of the Chronicle are set in very different typefaces, an Italian Rotunda and Schwabacher, respectively. Historians credit the book for being at the root.
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Although dominated by a conservative aristocracy, Nuremberg was a centre of northern humanism. Anton Koberger, printer of the Nuremberg Chronicle, printed the first humanist book in Nuremberg in Sebald Shreyer, one of the patrons of the chronicle, commissioned paintings from classical mythology for the grand salon of his innovationoptimiser.com: Hartmann Schedel.
Get this from a library. The making of the Nuremberg chronicle. [Adrian Wilson; Peter Zahn; Joyce Lancaster Wilson; Edith Goodkind Rosenwald; Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)] -- Examines the production of Hartmann Schedel's Liber chronicarum, published Nuremberg, A.
Koberger, (known as the Nuremberg Chronicle). The book traces the production of Hartmann Schedel's Liber chronicarum, published in and known as the "Nuremberg Chronicle." This particular volume includes numerous facsimile pages of the Chronicle, a book widely regarded as the most significant of German illustrated incunabula before The Making of making of the Nuremberg chronicle book Nuremberg Chronicle [Adrian Wilson, Joyce Lancaster Wilson] on innovationoptimiser.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying innovationoptimiser.com by: Design for early printed books --The contracts for the Nuremberg chronicle --The manuscript-layout volumes --The Latin exemplar --The German exemplar and Georg Alt --Anton Koberger and his printing house --The printing of the chronicle --The artists and block cutters --The author's printed copy --The final settlement --Appendix I: Recorded.
Sep 02, · Hartmann Shedel, The Nuremberg Chronicle, The Making of the Nuremberg Chronicle (), approves Dr Peter Zahn’s count of probably 1, Latin copies printed. The Making of the Nuremberg Chronicle. by Wilson, Adrian Book Description 4to.
Amsterdam: Nico Israel, 4to, pp.  pp of plates, ills (some in color). The Nuremberg Chronicle was created from to in Germany. Commissioned by Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kemmermeister, the page book tells the history of the world as it was believed at that time.
Illustrated with more than 1, woodcut images, the Nuremberg Chronicle was the most complex publication of its day, exploiting the new Location: Warren Street, Glens Falls,NY. rockin' the school nurse life: back to school best nurse nuremberg chronicle map travel Journal/ Notebook Blank Lined Ruled 6x9 Pages by Deweese, Chelsi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at innovationoptimiser.com In this well-researched text, Wilson reconstructs the making and the history of the Nuremberg Chronicle: the compilation of manuscript sources by its author, the artistsÕ first concepts for the illustrations, the patronsÕ agreement for financing the publication, the layouts, the printing, the advertising, the distribution, and the final.
Sep 03, · Hartmann Schedel's Chronicle of the World, widely known as The Nuremberg Chronicle, after the German city in which it was created, was a groundbreaking encyclopedic work and, at the time, the most lavishly illustrated book ever printed in Europe/5(6).
For a short biography in English see Christoph Reske, Die Produktion der Schedelschen Weltchronik in Nürnberg=The Production of Schedel’s Nuremberg Chronicle(Wiesbaden, ), pp. An older discussion is available in Adrian Wilson, The Making of the.
Mar 22, · The Liber Chronicarum (Book of Chronicles) - also known as Die Schedelsche Weltchronik (Schedel's World History) and the Nuremberg Chronicle - is a history of the world from the 15th-century European Christian perspective written by the German physician and humanist Hartmann Schedel () and illustrated by painters Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff.
innovationoptimiser.com: The Making of the Nuremberg Chronicle: pp. Binding is solid. Some DJ wear - gash on spine near bottom; top is frayed.
Presentable. B+W illus. Clean and unmarked. Heavy item - will require additional shipping.5/5(2). The Production Team The Nuremberg Chronicle is credited to a doctor of Nuremberg, Hartmann Schedel, the author of the text, but the book as a whole was a collaborative effort.
In fact, Schedel was known to have had multiple other “world history” books in his library, which he evidently drew from. This is a very attractive copy of an important incunabula period work, with excellent illustrations. The promotional text for this edition indicate "this the first book in English on the entire production" of the Nuremberg Chronicle.
Includes an introduction by Peter Zahn. (Inventory #: ). The Liber chronicarum, a universal history compiled from older and contemporary sources by the Nuremberg doctor, humanist, and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel (–), is one of the most densely illustrated and technically advanced works of early printing.
It contains woodcuts produced from blocks. The Nuremberg entrepreneur Sebald Schreyer and his brother-in-law, Sebastian. The Nuremberg Chronicle, written by Hartmann Schedel with woodcut illustrations by the Michael Wolgemut workshop, represented and still maintains a monumental position in the history of the printed book as one of the most profoundly illustrated texts of its time.
Dec 04, · SCHEDEL, Hartmann (). Liber innovationoptimiser.comerg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July The first edition of the most extensively illustrated book of the 15th century; this copy finely colored and illuminated by an early innovationoptimiser.com artist responsible for its superb coloring worked with a rich and vibrant palette to produce a copy of.
The Nuremberg Chronicle proved to be a very popular volume. In a study published in (1), some examples of the Latin edition and of the German edition were traced. Examples of the book can frequently be encountered in the stock of leading dealers, or at auction.
Hartmann Schedel, Nuremberg -?Liber chronicarum Nuremberg, Anton Koberger, 47 x 33 cm. Pigskin binding, stamping, corner bosses, repaired clasps, rebacked. Some marginalia Inscribed on title page, in at least two different hands: “The exemplar for the German edition is in the Nuremberg City Library.
Adrian Wilson, a book designer and historian of book design from San Francisco, issued an outstanding book in which he showed the relationship between these manuscript exemplars and the printed editions: The Making of the Nuremberg Chronicle ().The Making of the Nuremberg Chronicle.
first edition New condition - book is new and unread.