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Erik Kwakkel

Erik Kwakkel
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Book of Kells Now Free to View Online | Trinity College Library Dublin As part of the general celebration of St Patrick’s Day at Trinity, we would like to announce that the Book of Kells in its entirety is now viewable in the Library’s new Digital Collections online repository, provided by the Library’s Digital Resources and Imaging Services. Direct link to the Book of Kells online The Book of Kells transparencies, originally captured by Faksimile Verlag, Lucerne, Switzerland in 1990, have recently been rescanned using state of the art imaging technology. In addition, we would like to direct you to the new iPad app of the Book of Kells, with added functionality and commentary. For those in Dublin this weekend, entry to the Book of Kells and Old Library Exhibition is free to all this Sunday 17th, in honour of our national saint’s day. Have you seen the new volume on the Book of Kells by Trinity’s Head of Research Collections and Keeper of Manuscripts, Dr Bernard Meehan? Like this: Like Loading...

This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways Sure, the Amazon Kindle might have dynamic font adjustments, and it can hold thousands of books, but can it do this? Printed in the late 16th century this small book from the National Library of Sweden is an example of sixfold dos-à-dos binding, where six books are conjoined into a single publication but can be read individually with the help of six perfectly placed clasps. This particular book was printed in Germany and like almost all books at the time is a religious devotional text. The National Library of Sweden has a fantastic photo collection of historical and rare books where you can find many more gems like this, and this, and this. Update: And if you really like amazing old book discoveries, you should be following Erik Kwakkel, the Medieval book historian at Leiden University in the Netherlands, who originally unearthed this story.

Mandala Journal Tutorial - finally!! I have finally completed my tutorial for the making of my Mandala Journal. I tried to keep it to three parts, but, well... you can skip certain parts if you aren't wanting to experience things like paper maché! I think I'll let the videos do the teaching, and wait for questions to come in - then, as they do, I will update this post and address them rather than try to guess at what I've left out - because I'm sure I've left some stuff out!! Part I goes over applying joint compound, or wall spackle, to your book board covers. Part II is the finishing of the spackle. Part III is the creation of the interior board pages, which are paper maché. Part IV, the final video is the actual binding process. Hopefully the hand out will help with the binding details - help yourself by printing them out. Click on image for full view and to print. For personal use only, please.

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Online Library: Die Manessesche Liederhandschrift, 1300-1315 Manesse : "Die Manessesche Liederhandschrift", 1300-1315 Notes on the Manessesche Liederhandschrift Manuscript Note: Permission to present the images in this online library via links was graciously provided by the University of Heidelberg, Germany. Recently, the Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg has completed the entire Manesse manuscript containing more than 422 plates. Backgrounder Manessesche Liederhandschrift or the Manessesche song handwriting originated in in the first quarter 14th Century in the area of Zurich. Beside the poems of the minnesaenger also illustrations of the respective singer in job were given, which represents the artist in an environment characterizing him. The miniatures one-eat by four different painters and their assistants were painted. The supplement painters, who created the paintings to approx. 1330 still altogether created 27 miniatures, which are somewhat " more modern " regarding mode and armament. Overview

The Birds of America The Birds of America is a book by naturalist and painter John James Audubon, containing illustrations of a wide variety of birds of the United States. It was first published as a series in sections between 1827 and 1838, in Edinburgh and London. The work consists of hand-coloured, life-size prints, made from engraved plates, measuring around 39 by 26 inches (99 by 66 cm). It includes images of six now-extinct birds: Carolina parakeet, passenger pigeon, Labrador duck, great auk, Esquimaux curlew, and pinnated grouse.[2] Early publication history[edit] About 1820, around the age of 35, Audubon declared his intention to paint every bird in North America.[3] In his bird art, he mainly forsook oil paint, the medium of serious artists of the day, in favour of watercolours and pastel crayons (and occasionally pencil, charcoal, chalk, gouache, and pen and ink).[4] As early as 1807, he developed a method of using wires and threads to hold dead birds in lifelike poses while he drew them.[3]

reino artesanal Media - Hoe onderzoek je een boek zonder het te lezen? Erik Kwakkel is geen alledaagse wetenschapper. Als een echte Sherlock Holmes bestudeert hij middeleeuwse boeken van top tot teen, behalve... door ze te lezen. En toch komt de historicus via zijn methode enorm veel over die boeken te weten. Eveneens is Kwakkel een wetenschapper die actief blogt en tweets in de wereld rondstuurt. Wat zijn onderzoek allemaal aan het licht brengt en wat de voordelen van een 'sociale wetenschapper' zijn komt Kwakkel (Universiteit Leiden) in onze studio uitleggen. Actua: Vrouwenlichaam vaak nog te onbekend bij artsen Volgens het vrouwennetwerk Women inc. weten artsen vaak nog niet genoeg af over het vrouwelijke lichaam. We bellen met vrouwencardiologe Angela Maas (Radbouw UMC), die één van de hoofdauteurs is van de Kennisagenda en vandaag ook een pitch in Den Haag deed. Actua: Goed nieuws voor de eiwitten onder u! Best eiwit, het is bekend dat je leven al jaren de dupe is van de talloze sociale regeltjes waar jij je aan moet houden. En verder...

Mandragore base des manuscrits enluminés Histoire du livre Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Entre le VIe et le XVIIIe siècle, la production européenne de livres a été multipliée par un facteur de plus de 70 000[1]. L'évènement clé fut l'invention de l’imprimerie à caractères mobiles par Gutenberg au XVe siècle. Origines[modifier | modifier le code] Premiers supports[modifier | modifier le code] L'écriture est la condition de l'existence du texte et du livre. Mais le livre est également lié à son support, à la volonté humaine de donner une matérialité durable à un texte. On trouve ensuite des tablettes d'argile utilisées en Mésopotamie au IIIe millénaire av. Le papyrus[modifier | modifier le code] Production[modifier | modifier le code] Après avoir extrait la moelle des tiges, une suite d'opérations (humidification, pressage, séchage, collage, découpage) permettait d'obtenir des supports de qualité variable, les meilleurs étant utilisés pour les écritures sacrées. Le livre en papyrus[modifier | modifier le code]

Moleskine Reloaded : Sketching and Sketchbooks Table of Contents I. Introduction The size and durability of the Moleskine Pocket notebook is perfect for my sketching needs, but the paper is not ideal. These instructions describe exactly how I do this process, but one can of course vary the project extensively to suit other notebook sizes, papers, or covers. My own reasons for the choices I‘ve made for my sketchbooks are: You may click on any of the photos or charts below to see a larger view. II. Most of these materials can be found in a well-stocked art supply store, or online. Materials: Moleskine: 1 Moleskine Daily Pocket Planner (3.5 x 5 x 1 inches). Tools: ScissorsNeedle: I use Lineco Book Sewing Needles, but any somewhat sharp needle that will accommodate your thread will do.Large Book (hardback or telephone book, for example) Optional: III. Number of Signatures: Lets figure out how many signatures (sub-sections) you will be putting in your book. IV. Following the diagram below, measure and cut 15 pieces from each sheet of paper.

Corpus Christi College Oxford - Special Lectures F W Bateson Memorial Lectures The F W Bateson Memorial Lecture was founded by the pupils and friends of F W Bateson (1901-1978). Bateson taught English at Corpus from 1946 to 1969, first as a lecturer and later as a teaching fellow. He was made an Emeritus Fellow of the College on his retirement in 1969. Professor Christopher Cannon, Professor of English at New York University and author of books on Chaucer's language, form and early Middle English literature, delivered the 2016 F W Bateson Memorial Lecture in the MBI Al Jaber Auditorium at 5pm on Monday 8 February. Jenny Uglow OBE, British biographer, critic and publisher delivered the 2015 F W Bateson Memorial Lecture. The lectures are held annually and a full list of previous lectures can be found here. Isaiah Berlin Lectures Isaiah Berlin read Greats (Classics) at Corpus, finding it 'cute', according to his letters. Further information can be found at President's Seminars

Withstand - Production, video, film Inspired by techniques that date back to the origins of film, this book pays homage to the intimate relation between image and movement. Virgilio Villoresi’s idea for the book was to animate Virginia Mori’s illustrations using a pre-cinema technique. “Vento” is the outcome of a dialogue between both artists’ imaginations. This project is the first of a series of animated, interactive books whose pages will unfold through time, giving the reader the possibility to construct and deconstruct the plot. As each image unveils its own story, the reader is free to imagine what connections may or may not exist between them. Virgilio Villoresi was born November 10, 1979 in Fiesole (Florence,Italy). He learned alchemical synthesis from Harry Smith, structural ontology from Jonas Mekas, how to make art of garbage from Jack Smith, ritual magic from Kenneth Anger. Virginia Mori was born in Cattolica in 1981. Order your copy of "Vento" now.

★ HOW TO make a Leather Journal – BOOK BINDING tutorial ★ - You can use different paper for your journal. If using thicker paper, you will need to have as little as 2 or 3 folios per signature to allow the pages to lie flat. Experiment to see how many folios are best for your choice of paper. - You can use more, or less, signatures in your journal. - You can use different methods of fastening the cover, such as using an elastic strap, a button, velcro or a wrap-around ribbon/cord. - You can change the size of your pages. - You can use a different cover material, as long as it’s not too thin. - There are an unlimited number of ways that you can change the cover design, so it’s completely up to you!

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