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Bernard Newdigate, typographer.

Blackwell, Basil Sir.

Bernard Newdigate, typographer.

by Blackwell, Basil Sir.

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newdigate, B. H. -- 1869-1944.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 19-36
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19342437M

    Typography What is it? Arranging letterforms on a page to produce printed matter. Hand-picked Links • Britannica: Typography • CBBAG: Typography • Graphion's Online Type Museum • TYPO-L Mailing List Homepage Alex Meier. Alex Meier is a typographic designer living and working in Zurich, Switzerland. A Select Bibliography Of The Principal Modern Presses Public & Private in Great Britain and Ireland. Introduction by Bernard Newdigate. by TOMKINSON, G. S. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

    Blackwell's publishing interests led him to form a partnership in with Bernard Newdigate and others in order to take over the Shakespeare Head Press in Stratford-upon-Avon, founded in Newdigate had already established a reputation as one of England's most distinguished printers and typesetters, a position he confirmed at the.   British Types for Printing Books. By Bernard H. Newdigate: 3: Fine Bookbinding in England. By Douglas Cockerell: The Art of the Book in Germany. By L. Deubner: The Art of the Book in France. By E. A. Taylor: The Art of the Book in Austria. By A. S. Levetus: The Art of the Book in Hungary. —— The Art of the Book in.

    Writer, typographer, printer, and scholar from United Kingdom. The final work printed by The Cresset Press when it was functioning as a printer of fine press books, thought by many to be its finest, and printed by Bernard Newdigate at the Shakespeare Head Press. With twenty wood-engravings by D. Galanis (16 full-page, plus head- and tail-pieces in each volume) and the title-page and initial letters by Anna.


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Bernard Newdigate, typographer by Blackwell, Basil Sir. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Art of the Book: A Review of Some Recent European and American Work in Typography, Page Decoration & Binding - Kindle edition by Newdigate, Bernard H., Cockerell, Douglas, Deubner, Ludwig, Brunius, August, Orcutt, William Dana, Holme, Charles.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and. His early types were taken up enthusiastically in England: the British typographer Sir Bernard Newdigate wrote of Kennerly that "since the first Caslon began casting type about the.

After Bullen died inthe press was acquired by a partnership including Basil Blackwell, the Oxford bookseller.

Bernard Newdigate was appointed as typographer and under his direction the press worked within the Morris tradition: Ovid's Metamorphoses was the first book he produced as a limited edition.

Having said that, I am a fan of the typographer Bernard Newdigate, and I collect his books when I can, particularly those he produced in partnership with Basil Blackwell at the Shakespeare Head Press. He showed how to match typeface and subject, drawing on the historical resonance of a typeface, as much as its weight and colour, to match it to.

Bernard Newdigate, next mentioned in the title, wrote articles for a long defunct magazine, partly collated in Book Production Notes, articles contributed to The London Mercury,published in by The Tabard Private Press. Mr Newdigate, or Bernard shall we call him with the familiarity of the late 2oth/early 21st centuries, is.

Moved Permanently. The document has moved here. The Fleuron was a British journal of typography and book arts published in seven volumes from to (A fleuron is a typographer’s floral ornament.) In Stanley Morison — the influential typographical advisor to Monotype — with Francis Meynell, Holbrook Jackson, Bernard Newdigate and Oliver Simon founded the Fleuron Society in.

That superb typographer, Bernard Newdigate, produced many beautiful editions for the press, including Chaucer, Froissart, and Spencer, which are now themselves sought after by collectors.

During the following years Blackwell's Rare Books (formerly under the label of Blackwell's Antiquarian Department) occupied different premises in the centre.

Historian of Victorian book design and typographer whose work ranged from 'Eagle' to HMSO. Saturday 8 April {{^moreThanTen}} He worked under Bernard Newdigate, then very much the.

Paul Vincent Woodroffe (25 January – 7 May ) was a British book illustrator and stained-glass artist. Woodroffe was born in Madras (present-day Chennai), one of nine children of Francis Henry Woodroffe, a judge in the Madras Civil Service, and his wife Elizabeth (née Dunman).

The family returned to England in when his father died. InPaul was sent to Stonyhurst College. Chaucer has been referred to as the "most splendid book which has ever been printed" (Newdigate).

The influence of Morris's Kelmscott Press productions can still be seen in modern private press productions. Kelmscott Press closed in Bernard H. Newdigate, "British types for Printing Books", in The Art of the Book. Studio, Bernard Newdigate, typographer. An address delivered. at the 79th meeting of the Double Crown Club held at Kettner\s, 8th MarchLondon: privately printed.

Blades, W. Established by A. Bullen inthe Shakespeare Head Press was acquired by Oxford book dealer Basil Blackwell after Bullen's death inand operated by printer and typographer Bernard Newdigate, under whose direction it "began to produce finely printed and designed books in.

Newdigate, Bernard (–) in The Oxford Companion to the Book Published in print January | ISBN: Published online January | e-ISBN: The Fleuron was a British journal of typography and book arts published in seven volumes from to A fleuron is floral ornament used by typographers.

In Stanley Morison — the influential typographical advisor to Monotype — with Francis Meynell, Holbrook Jackson, Bernard Newdigate and Oliver Simon founded the Fleuron Society in London. The Fleuron was the Fleuron Society's.

Book production notes: Articles contributed to the London mercury, [Newdigate, Bernard H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book production notes: Articles contributed to the London mercury, Author: Bernard H Newdigate. The noblest and most essential of the crafts. -- William Addison Dwiggins.

An Investigation into the Physical Properties of Books. -- Bernard Newdigate. On printing poetry. About type-design.

Offset printing and illustration. A Blue Book on good printing. -- Francis Meynell. Bernard Newdigate was appointed as typographer and under his direction the press worked within the Morris tradition: Ovid's Metamorphoses was the first book he produced as a limited edition.

This Wynck de Worde edition is taken from a 'perfect', we say that with a bit of tongue in cheek, edition of the Morte d'Arthur, was done on paper stock.

In —along with Francis Meynell, Holbrook Jackson, Bernard Newdigate and Oliver Simon—Stanley became a founding member of the type-centric Fleuron Society (a fleuron is a typographer’s floral ornament).

Seven volumes of their journal called The Fleuron appeared between and Each lavish edition contained papers, illustrations.

Get this from a library. Shakespeare Head Press: an exhibition of the books of A.H. Bullen and Bernard Newdigate. [Ian Rogerson; Manchester Polytechnic. Library.]. By Bernard H. Newdigate. Read preview. Excerpt. The preface of a book is like a shop-window, at which the author is free to display some of the goods and especially some of the novelties that are on offer within.

Let me draw attention here, therefore, to some of the episodes and aspects of Drayton's life about which I have written in these.The Art of the Book (The Studio, Autumn ) by Bernard H. Newdigate and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at References: All About Lettering: William Morris, Bernard Newdigate and Bodoni Bauer Bodoni Usage.

Bauer Bodoni is excellent for display and headline use. It has been described as a “high-strung thoroughbred” as opposed to a workhorse. It works best when used particularly, in narrow applications that accentuate its stylized aspects.