2 edition of Civilité types found in the catalog.
Harry Graham Carter
by Published for the Oxford Biblographical Society by the Oxford University Press in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Harry Carter and H.D.L. Vervliet.|
|Series||Oxford Bibliographical Society publications -- new ser., v. 14|
|Contributions||Vervliet, Hendrik D. L.|
|LC Classifications||Z250.5 S4 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 138 p., 4 plates :|
|Number of Pages||138|
1. Author(s): Carter,Harry; Vervliet,Hendrik D L Title(s): Civilité types, by Harry Carter and H. D. L. Vervliet. Publisher: [Oxford] Oxford Univ. Press, Spine is plain. There is corner bumping, wear and chipping of head and foot of spine. Spill mark, staining upper edge of covers. Binding is mostly solid, but there is a break between pages 16 & 17, 32 & Text is in French. Illustrations are sharp and very good. Due to the size of this book
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide Robert Granjon (Novem /March ) was a French type designer and printer. He worked in Paris, Lyon, Frankfurt, Antwerp, and Rome for various printers. He is best known for having introduced the typeface Civilité and for his italic type form, the design of which in modern days is used in Garamond Italic.. He worked in Lyon as a librarian, printer, and engraver of ://
This book, a companion volume to the Typophile Chapbook About Alphabets (, updated ), describes Zapfs post type designs and provides new research on many of the earlier types. In this volume, typographer and calligrapher Jerry Kelly describes the origins and history of numerous Hermann Zapf typefaces including Marconi, ITC Zapf Books became generally neat and sometimes elegant. Book-illustration revived with the French livres-à-vignettes, and English books were illustrated by Gravelot and other French artists. In the last quarter of the century the work of Bewick heralded a great revival in woodcut illustrations, or as the use of the graver now entitled them to be
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Tiêu đề Civilité Types: By Harry Carter and H. Vervliet Tập 14 trong tổng số Oxford Bibliographical Society publications, Oxford Bibliographical Society, Mã số ISSN Oxford Bibliographical Society Tập 14 trong tổng số Publications (Oxford Printed books History Spécimens: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carter, Harry Graham.
Civilité types. London, Published for the Oxford Bibliographical Society by the Oxford U.P., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harry Carter; Hendrik D L Vervliet Civilité Types: By Harry Carter and H.
Vervliet Volume 14 of Oxford Bibliographical Society publications, Oxford Bibliographical Society, ISSN Oxford Bibliographical Society Volume 14 of Publications (Oxford Bibliographical Society) ; (new ser.) Publications, new series, Oxford Bibliographical Society: Authors?id=9yLhAAAAMAAJ.
Harry Carter and H.D.L. Vervliet, in Civilité Types, suggest that books and broadsides printed in French civilité were more intimate, and were easier to read for beginning writers and the general, semi-literate public (p.
17). The appendix features a list of books published between and in which civilite types were used. Hendrik D. Vervliet is the former director of the Plantin-Moretus Museum and the head of the Antwerp University Library, widely recognized as the foremost authority on sixteenth-century :// Sixteenth-Century Printing Types of the Low Countries.
With a Foreword by Harry Carter, Amsterdam, This book has facsimile-illustrations depicting typespecimens. Civilité Types (with Harry Carter,Oxford, University Press), for The Oxford Bibliographical Society) Interestingly, just to illustrate how Civilité types had come to be associated with such books, I stumbled upon an edition of the same Erasmus book published in and, although set in Roman, a single line on its title-page is set in Civilité, a late nod to its origins.
Robert Granjon’s (sixth) Civilité typeface. I count :// Condition: New. Paperback. WORK IS IN FRENCHThis book is a reproduction of a work published before Civilité types book is part of a collection of books reprinted and edited by Hachette Livre, in the framework of ng may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability.
pages. Robert Granjon Issues the First Book Printed in Civilité Types. Albert V, Duke of Bavaria, Founds the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek. Christophe Plantin Publishes the Earliest Description of the Printing Process.
Bernard Haumont et Alain Morel (dir.), La société des voisins. Partager un habitat collectif. Paris, Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme, Collection Ethnologie de la France, Cahp., réf. Un article de la revue Anthropologie et Sociétés (Altermondialisation: quelles altérités?) diffusée par la plateforme :// Description de l'article: MARTINEAU Jérome,MARTINEAU Jérome, in-8 broché de 89 pages, couverture crème, titrage noir, Manuel de civilité pour les petites filles à l'usage des maisons d'éducation, illustration noir et blanc, parodie crue des manuels rigoureux d'éducation de l'époque, les règles de bonne conduite sont classées par thème: "à table", "en classe Description de l'article: Independently Published, United States, Paperback.
Etat: New. Language: French. Brand new Book. Pour que le bon naturel d'un enfant se trahisse de toutes parts (et il reluit surtout sur le visage), que son regard soit doux, respectueux, honnête; des yeux farouches sont un indice de violence; des yeux fixes, signe d'effronterie; des yeux errants et égarés Robert Granjon Issues the First Book Printed in Civilité Types.
In typographer Robert Granjon published Dialogue de la vie et de la mort by Innocenzo Ringhieri, translated by Jean Louveau, in Lyon, France. This was the first book set in a new script type cut by Granjon to which he gave the name Lettre ?id= ONE OF THE FIRST BOOKS TO BE PRINTED IN ROBERT GRANJON'S CIVILITÉ TYPE, the preface including a royal privilege granted to Granjon on Decem preventing imitations of his lettre françoise d'art de main for ten years.
Gautier de Chatillon's epic poem Alexander was written in the 12th century. Adams G; Mortimer French H. Carter & H.D.L Vervliet, Civilité Types, (for Granjon’s civilité-bastard, see pp. 54–56 [type: A6]) Albert Derolez, The Palaeography of Gothic Manuscript Books, Alisa van de Haar, ‘Beyond Nostalgia.
The exile publications of the Antwerp schoolmaster Peeter Heyns (–)’, De Zeventiende Eeuw, 31,pp. –43 Lettre française d’art de main» ou «lettre façon d’écriture», les caractères de civilité gravés par Robert Granjon en constituent l’une des plus fameuses imitations de l’écriture manuscrite dans la Los Caracteres de Civilité (en francés: «Caractères de civilité») es un tipo de letra diseñado en por el grabador Robert Granjon.
Estos caracteres imitan la gótica cursiva francesa[cita requerida] del ia Notas y referencias Enlaces externos The book that changed the way we think: The book that launched Malcolm Gladwell and gave us the phrase 'tipping point'. Synopsis "The Tipping Point" is the biography of an idea, and the idea is quite simple: that many of the problems we face - from murder to teenage delinquency to traffic jams - › Biography › Medical, Legal & Social Sciences › Anthropology & Sociology.
RARE; no other copy has sold at auction in over 30 years, nor has any other 16th-century civilité edition of this work. Carter and Vervliet, Civilité types,p. 58, figs. 9, 11, 31, Appendix (citing this copy).
Black letter, also called Gothic script or Old English script, in calligraphy, a style of alphabet that was used for manuscript books and documents throughout Europe—especially in German-speaking countries—from the end of the 12th century to the 20th century.
It is distinguished by a uniform treatment of vertical strokes that end on the baseline (e.g., in b or l), the use of angular lines. C’est sans doute la conciliation de ces différents types de discours, caractéristique d’une tentative de compromis entre la morale chrétienne et les impératifs de la vie mondaine, qui explique son succès» (cf.
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In this volume, Jerry Kelly describes the origins and history of numerous Hermann Zapf typefaces including Marconi, ITC Zapf International, Linotype Zapfino, and Zapf ://