Proofs for Four Plates of 'Alfabeto in Sogno' [Dream Alphabet]: Letter E, Giuseppe Maria Mitelli, 1634 – 1718, Engraving, brush and watercolor, red crayon on white laid paper, Central image of a page holding a plate with a fish that forms the letter E with smaller drawings of two women's heads, four details of women's heads, and an elephant., Bologna, Italy, 1683, ornament, Print
RM2DME9C1Proofs for Four Plates of 'Alfabeto in Sogno' [Dream Alphabet]: Letter E, Giuseppe Maria Mitelli, 1634 – 1718, Engraving, brush and watercolor, red crayon on white laid paper, Central image of a page holding a plate with a fish that forms the letter E with smaller drawings of two women's heads, four details of women's heads, and an elephant., Bologna, Italy, 1683, ornament, Print
glagolitic inscription on a stone in Valun, Croatia, Insel Cres
RMEBK6D8glagolitic inscription on a stone in Valun, Croatia, Insel Cres
Jean Mariette, L'Art d'Ecrire par Alais, paper, parchment, letterpress, copperplate engraving, total: height: 37.5 cm; width: 25.5 cm, Books (community/state/church), Letters, alphabet, writing, writing by hand, writing as an activity, writing and letters, quill, calligraphy, The French writing master book L'Art d'Ecrire by Jean Baptiste Allais de Beaulieu present in an edition Paris 1720 published by Jean Mariette with 24 calligraphic copper plates showing various scripts. The book is bound in a parchment ribbon
RM2DNT9AXJean Mariette, L'Art d'Ecrire par Alais, paper, parchment, letterpress, copperplate engraving, total: height: 37.5 cm; width: 25.5 cm, Books (community/state/church), Letters, alphabet, writing, writing by hand, writing as an activity, writing and letters, quill, calligraphy, The French writing master book L'Art d'Ecrire by Jean Baptiste Allais de Beaulieu present in an edition Paris 1720 published by Jean Mariette with 24 calligraphic copper plates showing various scripts. The book is bound in a parchment ribbon
Printing and writing materials : their evolution . would be in relief. The ancient Greeks and Romans were acquaintedRome. -with, the art of metal-engraving. The Greeks engraved maps on metal plates by cutting linesbelow the surface. Impressions on vellum orpapjaais could have been taken from these plates,but instead of thus quickly and easily multiplyingcopies, a new engraving seems to have been madefor each map. Thin stencil-plates of wood wererecommended by Quintilian as an aid for boysin learning to write. (^Cicero perceived that, withproper care, the letters of the alphabet might beso arra
RM2AX2FBCPrinting and writing materials : their evolution . would be in relief. The ancient Greeks and Romans were acquaintedRome. -with, the art of metal-engraving. The Greeks engraved maps on metal plates by cutting linesbelow the surface. Impressions on vellum orpapjaais could have been taken from these plates,but instead of thus quickly and easily multiplyingcopies, a new engraving seems to have been madefor each map. Thin stencil-plates of wood wererecommended by Quintilian as an aid for boysin learning to write. (^Cicero perceived that, withproper care, the letters of the alphabet might beso arra
Master E.S.. The Letter B, from The Alphabet. 1466–1467. Germany. Engraving in black on ivory laid paper Before printing pictures from engraved copper plates developed as a practice, goldsmiths and other metalworkers were the only craftsmen to use sharp pointed tools to incise designs in metal, decorating armor, jewelry, and liturgical objects. The first designs to be filled with ink and pressed onto paper appeared in the Rhine Valley around 1430.Known only by the monogram that appears on some of his designs, the goldsmith Master E. S. became one of the most prolific engravers in Germany. This
RM2AHR862Master E.S.. The Letter B, from The Alphabet. 1466–1467. Germany. Engraving in black on ivory laid paper Before printing pictures from engraved copper plates developed as a practice, goldsmiths and other metalworkers were the only craftsmen to use sharp pointed tools to incise designs in metal, decorating armor, jewelry, and liturgical objects. The first designs to be filled with ink and pressed onto paper appeared in the Rhine Valley around 1430.Known only by the monogram that appears on some of his designs, the goldsmith Master E. S. became one of the most prolific engravers in Germany. This