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art of publishers" bookbindings, 1815-1915

Ellen K. Morris

art of publishers" bookbindings, 1815-1915

by Ellen K. Morris

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Published by William Dailey Rare Books in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Publishers" bindings -- History -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.,
  • Publishers" bindings -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEllen K. Morris, Edward S. Levin ; foreword by Ruari McLean ; afterword by Sue Allen.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsLevin, Edward S., 1952-, Grolier Club.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ269.3.P8 M67 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6781633M
    ISBN 100915148226, 0915148218
    LC Control Number00029430

    The theme of this ,volume collection is books about books—author and subject bibliographies (including many rare and early examples), histories of printing, publishing and collecting, and exhibition catalogues—coupled with a modest-sized but quite fine teaching collection o examples, from illuminated manuscripts and leaves from the. L&C/Book Reviews The Art of Publishers' Bookbindings by presenting it a Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Award in , deeming it "a useful reference for librarians and collectors." In short, this catalog is a noble testament to the ingenuity and originality.

      What are publishers' bookbindings? Publishers' bookbindings - also known as publishers' bindings, trade bindings, and decorative bindings - are books produced in the mid-nineteenth (s) to early twentieth (s) century, particularly those manufactured through industrial processes with decorative cover designs. Publishers' bindings come in all colors. Book-buyers began to see cloth boards as a cheap alternative to re-binding all their own books, and the number of people re-binding books for their library began to decline. The terms ‘original cloth’, ‘publishers cloth’, and ‘edition cloth’ all refer to publications where the original binding of the book was, and continues to be.

      Self-Publishing an Art Book. Publish a book of your artwork in a fine quality hardcover or softcover binding format. Services such as professional cover design and page layout help make your art book stand out and be noticed. Complete information on publishing your art book is available in our self-publishing guide, or by calling us toll free. Stereotype in Publishers' Bookbindings, - By Stewart Plein Throughout the mid-nineteenth century, publishers issued books with decorative covers designed to evoke images of the settings and tales they enclosed. These decorated books, known as publishers' bindings, were used as marketing tools to attract customers and increase sales.


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The Art of Publisher's Book-Bindings, (Los Angeles, ) p, no Philip Oldfield From boards to cloth: the development of publishers' bindings in the nineteenth century: guide to an exhibition at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, July-September no   Introduction: This exhibit attempts to survey the varieties and chart the development of German publishers' bindings during the 19th century.

In that century, in the German states as well as elsewhere in Europe and in this country, the confluence of three separate, but significantly linked, influences brought the publisher's binding to its height of.

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Allen, Sue. “Machine-Stamped Bookbindings, –” Antiques (March ): –; reprinted in Guild of Book Workers Journal 18 (–80): 1– Pickwoad, Nicholas. “Onward and Downward: How Binders Coped with the Printing Press before ”.

The edition for was issued in a scarlet moiré silk binding by Francis Westley (see Morris and Levin: The Art of Publishers' Bookbindingsno) and later editions were bound in red cloth blocked in gilt to a design by John Leighton (Morris and Levin, no).

AoB makes it easy to sell your products online. Multiple venues, repricing tools, fba, shipping integration, analytics, live help, more. Low monthly rates. Ruari McLean, Victorian publishers’ book-bindings in cloth and leather (London, Gordon Fraser, ) Ellen K.

Morris and Edward S. Levin, The art of publishers’ bookbindings (Los Angeles: William Dailey Rare Books Ltd, ) Michael Sadleir, Evolution of publishers’ binding styles: (London: Constable, ).

The Proper Decoration of Book Covers: The Life and Work of Alice C. Morse. New York: Grolier Club, Morris, Ellen K., and Edward S. Levin. The Art of Publishers' Bookbindings – Los Angeles: William Dailey Rare Books Ltd., Peck, Amelia, and Carol Irish.

Candace Wheeler: The Art and Enterprise of American Design, –. “One popular early design motif for publishers’ leather was the ‘cathedral binding,’ so called because of its use of gothic architectural elements.

These designs often reflected the book’s ecclesiastical content” (Morris & Levin, The Art of Publisher’s Bookbindings,25). Title within typographical border. (The Art of Publishers’ Bookbindings Graphic Arts GA Oversize ZP8 M67 Q) Princeton has acquired a first edition of Head’s Bubbles with the unusual cover design of a hiker walking across the globe while blowing bubbles stamped, front and back, not on cloth but on vellum.

The paneidolon seems to have been a compromise.Item # For similar binding see Morris and Levin, Art of Publishers' Bookbindings -no. Price: $ Add to Cart Ask a Question. See all items in Publishers' Bindings. See all items by Georg Ebers.

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