3 edition of The alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona found in the catalog.
The alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona
|Series||Codices e Vaticanis selecti quam simillime expressi iussu Ioannis Pauli PP II consilio et opera curatorum Bibliothecae Vaticanae -- v. 70, Codices e Vaticanis selecti -- v. 70.|
|Contributions||Ramusio, Paolo, 1442 or 3-1506., Biblioteca apostolica vaticana.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Feliciano - Alphabetum Romanum, edited by Giovanni Mardersteig (Felice, of Verona) In 20th Century Books and Works on Paper. This auction is live! You need to be registered and approved to bid at this auction. Watch the auction as a guest You have been outbid. For the best chance of winning, increase your maximum bid. The Alphabetum Romanum is a manuscript by the Italian humanist Felice Feliciano. By the use of epigrams, 25 letters of the alphabet were reconstructed, which were depicted in their original form with the help of geometric forms. The colored codex is a historically significant work and had a great influence of the history of : Belser Verlag.
A. ABPress - see Angie Butler. Allix, Susan - see Susan Allix 'Alphabetum Romanum, The Letterforms of Felice Feliciano, c. , Verona' - see Greenboathouse Press 'An Inside Story' - see Lee Cutter. A nderson, Hans - see 'Printess & the p', Christine Tacq / The P's & Q's Press 'Another Old Lady' - see Angie Butler 'Apples (Haiku)' - see Anne Rook 'Archeologies of Loss' - see Sarah Horowitz. Get this from a library! Alphabetum romanum.. [Jason Dewinetz; Paul F Gehl; Felice Feliciano; Greenboathouse Press,] -- "Presents us with a fresh redrawing of an alphabet devised by humanist and scribe Felice Feliciano to re-present two twentieth-century versions of this same alphabet: as offered in .
Feliciano, Felice. Feliciano, Felice Alphabetum Romanum. Verona, Officina Bodoni, Trattato sulla costruzione geometrica dell'alfabeto maiuscolo romano di Felice Feliciano dal Codice Vat. Lat. , con le maiuscole in facsimile colorate a mano da Ameglio Trivella e a fronte la loro costruzione. Alphabetum Romanum, The Letterforms of Felice Feliciano, c. , Verona, ‘For him (Feliciano) geometrically constructed letters express eternal, mathematical ideals. They embody, and can confer immortality’. Verona Letters Contemporary Prints Books Livros Book Letter Libros.
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The Alphabetum Romanum of Felice Felicano of Verona: Introduction and Commentary; Codex Vaticanus Latinus Manufacturer: Belvedere Press. Felice Feliciano's Alphabetumdates from about and is of considerable importance in the history of lettering.
It is the first treatise on the construction of classic Roman inscription letters and also represents the first attempt to construct them within a circle and : Felice FELICIANO.
The Alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona: Facsimile: alphabet (leaves ), recipes for colored inks (), Latin epigram by Paolo Ramusio (17) Volume 70 of Codices e Vaticanis selecti. Volume 2 of The Alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona: Codex Vaticanus LatinusBiblioteca apostolica vaticana.
Full-size color reproduction of the entire original document, Alphabetum Romanum by Felice Feliciano: the facsimile attempts to replicate the look-and-feel and physical features of the original document; pages are trimmed according to the original format; the binding might not be consistent with the current document binding.
Alphabetum Romanum. - - Translated by R.H. Boothroyd. Illustrated with facsimiles of the capital letters coloured by hand by Ameglio Travalli after the original manuscript. One of copies. 8vo., original. The Officina Bodoni published Alphabetum Romanum in in Verona (Feliciano).
The book was written by Felice Feliciano and edited by Giovanni Mardersteig. Mardersteig was interested in Feliciano’s alphabet and studied his alphabet for a long time before he published Alphabetum Romanum. Bid Live on Lot 51 in the Fine Books, Manuscripts and Works on Paper including Books from The Collection of The Garden Ltd.
Auction from Forum Auctions. "«E del tuo Antiquario habii memoria». L'epistolario di Felice Feliciano da Verona", relazione tenuta alla giornata dei dottorandi organizzata dalla SFLI "Il testo nel tempo" (Roma, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, 30 novembre.
Alphabetum Romanum. Verona: Officina Bodoni, English edition, limited to numbered copies, of which this is number With five heliogravure plates and twenty-five hand-colored engraved letterforms. The letter 'D', from Felice Feliciano, Alphabetum Romanum [Codex Vaticanus ].
edited by Giovanni Mardersteig (Verona: Editiones Officinae Bodoni, ). I always ask audiences how many books they think were printed-- books, not titles--in the first forty-five years of printing betweenthe year of the Gutenberg Bible, andthe.
ALPHABETUM ROMANUM. Edited by Giovani Mardersteig. Feliciano, Felice. Verona: Officina Bodoni, (). 6 x 9. pages, 5 plates (one double). Mardersteig's page introduction is followed by the first treatise on the construction of Roman letters (ca. The 25 letters are hand-colored in two colors (after the original manuscript) with Author: Felice Feliciano.
- The Alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona - by Belvedere Press Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $ Click here to see a larger photo of this item. The alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona: Codex Vaticanus Latinus Exhibit Tags: manuscript facsimile alphabet Italy 15th century humanistic cursive.
Feliciano, Felice. Alphabetum Romanum, The Letterforms of Felice Feliciano. Vernon: Greenboathouse Press, Completed: 27 November This is one of those books that is of interest to printers and typographers. For the rest of us, type, for the most part, disappears into the background.
This book reproduces the drawings of Felice Feliciano. Felice Feliciano (Verona - Rome ) was a fifteenth-century calligrapher, composer of alchemical sonnets, collector of drawings and expert on Roman antiquity, especially inscriptions on stone.
Biography. He lived just long enough to see printing arrive in Italy. He was the first to recreate geometrically the alphabet of Roman inscriptions, in Alphabetum Romanum, The Letterforms of Felice Feliciano, c.Verona, Letterforms based on the original drawings of Felice Feliciano, c.
redrawn and printed (‘alone and vital on the page’) by Jason Dewinetz with a foreword by Paul F. Gehl and an afterword by Jason Dewinetz. Alphabetum Romanum by Feliciano, Felice and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now atAlphabetum romanum: Vat.
lat. aus der Bibliotheca apostolica vaticana / Felice Feliciano Belser Zurich Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Felice Feliciano is the author of Alphabetum Romanum.
Facsimile Edition, Commentary to the Facsimile Volume Codex Vaticanus Latinus ( avg rating. Catalogo dei novellieri italiani in prosa Volume 1 [Leather Bound] by Papanti, Giovanni,Cavalcanti, Andrea, d.,Feliciano, Felice,Fortini, Pietro, d. Felice Feliciano has written: 'The alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona' -- subject(s): Alphabet, Facsimiles, History, Italian Manuscripts, Writing 'Beata dolcissima cosa fu sempre la.- The Officina Bodoni published Alphabetum Romanum in in Verona.
Written by Felice Feliciano and edited by Giovanni Mardersteig. Printed on the hand press in Dante type. The artist Ameglio Trivella hand-colored the letter outlines for all copies.Alphabetum Romanum Vat. lt. Faksimile der Handschrift. Mit einem Kommentar von Giovanni Mardersteig: Felice Feliciano Veronese.
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