Published April 2005
by Oak Knoll Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered. Saturday, Ap – Saturday, J Exhibitions. Programs for the Public. Meet the Author; Newberry Colloquium; Conversations at the Newberry; Book Fair. Book Fair Donations; Book Fair Volunteering; Book Fair . Disbound definition is - no longer having a binding. How to use disbound in a sentence. Disbound and dispersed: the leaf book considered. Imprint: Chicago, Ill.: Caxton Club, (c) Extent: pages: Notes: With contributions by John P. Chalmers, Daniel W. Mosser, Michael Thompson. Catalog of an exhibition organized by The Caxton Club to celebrated the one-hundredth anniversary of the leaf book by E. Gordon Duff: William Caston. LIMITED EDITION, one of copies. Chalmers, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered [With:] BULLEN, Henry L. The Nuremberg Chronicle: or, The Book of Chronicles from the Beginning of the World, the most Famous of German Picture Books of the Fifteenth Century, printed in the Free City of Nuremberg in Fourteen Hundred & Ninety-three.
Disbound and Dispersed by Christopher De Hamel, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered. de Hamel, Christopher, and Joel Silver. Chicago: The Caxton Club, (). First edition. Hardcover. 4to. Deep red cloth, gilt spine title, Caxton's device in blind on the upper board. Purple endpapers. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. Assistant curator of European art, Sasha Suda, discusses the living history of illuminated manuscripts. Manuscripts were illuminated in medieval times to illustrate text and to help communicate its meaning. Text and image functioned as a single language to religious audiences. As devotional practices changed, the text in some manuscripts lost significance while the illuminations took on new. DisBound is a bookbinding term that means to remove the book pages from its bindings. Disbound should not be confused with unbound, which, is a bookbinding term used to describe pages that were never bound to begin with. Disbound was also the title of my solo exhibition at Harcourt House My books are disbound and immersed Continue reading "Disbound".
New Series Number 1 (January )Gregory Graalfs, Photography in Reproduction: Its Role in the Settlement of Maryatt, Experience Gutenberg Project: Printing Beorum II at the Scripps College SChristopher de Hamel and Joel Silver, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered. [WP]Irene Tichenor, No Art without Craft: The Life of Theodore Low. This book is a comprehensive overview of the new developments in the study of dispersal and the state-of-the-art research on the evolution of this trait. The causes, mechanisms, and consequences of dispersal at the individual, population, and species levels are : Paperback. An innovative feature of the book was that all copies of both versions had pasted to p. of volume 1 a proof leaf, printed on one side only, for William Pickering's very small format (32mo) Diamond Classics edition of the Greek New Testament (), making this the first "leaf book." de Hamel & Silver, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book. W. Thomas Taylor's press was in Austin, Texas, making this the only Book Club of California leaf book to have been printed outside the State of California. De Hamel and Silver, 'Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered' (Chicago: The Caxton Club ), Exh. No. 39, Checklist , pp. Seller Inventory # H