3 edition of Hortus floridus found in the catalog.
Passe, Crispijn van de
|Statement||engraved by Crispin van de Pass ; the text translated from the Latin by Spencer Savage ; with an introd. by Eleanour Sinclair Rohde.|
|Contributions||Savage, Spencer., Rohde, Eleanour Sinclair.|
|LC Classifications||SB407 .P3713 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||76380995|
One of the earliest florilegia, the Hortus Floridus contains realistic and delicate prints created by Crispin van de Passe, a member of a famous family of Dutch artists. The book is divided into four sections, each corresponding with one of the seasons and prefaced with an engraving of a model garden. Comprising more than years of printed botanical illustrations, this stunning compendium of black-and-white and color images begins with medieval illuminated manuscripts and early woodcuts. Latter-day sources include Gerard's Herbal, the flower prints of Redouté and other hand-colored lithographs of the 19th century, Verneuil's Art Nouveau florals, and many others.
Hortus Floridus - The Second Book by Crispin van de Pass - Cresset Press $ +$ shipping. Make Offer - Hortus Floridus - The Second Book by Crispin van de Pass - Cresset Press Pleasures And Problems Of A Rock Garden by Louise Beebe . Dec 20, · Widely regarded as a masterpiece, Hortus Floridus is perhaps the greatest of early horticultural works using copperplate engravings. Long a source of delight for horticulturists, the original seventeenth-century work was the creation of Crispin van de Pass, a /5(3).
Preziosi gioielli della miniatura medievale e rinascimentale, i Libri d'Ore hanno accompagnato per secoli la preghiera di personaggi illustri, principi e principesse regnanti d'Europa, scandendone le giornate al ritmo della Liturgia delle Ore. Tratti dal breviario e mai considerati libri liturgici, i Livres d'Heures, Libros de Horas, Book of Hours, erano essenzialmente costituiti, in principio. Physical Description: plate 20 verso.
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Hortus floridus. Passe, Crispijn van de, Type. Book. Publication info. Extant Arnhemii: apud Ioannem Ianssonium Bibliopolam ibid. Subjects. Obras prelinneanas Find in a. Widely regarded as a masterpiece, Hortus Floridus is perhaps the greatest of early horticultural works using copperplate charlesrosier.com a source of delight for horticulturists, the original seventeenth-century work was the creation of Crispin van de Pass, a member of a famous family of Dutch engravers.
Hortus Floridus: The First Book, Contayninge a very lively and true Description of the Flowers of the Springe [Crispin van de Pass, Illus. by the author] on charlesrosier.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Oblong, marble paper covers, 8vo, excellent copy, calligraphy by Margaret Shipton, copy 96/cc, alternate pages illustration and textAuthor: Crispin van de Pass.
Hortus Third is a book unique in the field of North American horticultural literature. Written from a botanical point of view for the horticultural community, it is a record of the astonishingly rich and diverse flora of cultivated plants of the United States, Canada, Hawaii, and Puerto charlesrosier.com by: July Book of the Month by Summer Roses by Crispijn van de Passe ().
Hortus Floridus Arnhem and Utrecht, Oblong 4o. The July Worth Book of the Month is the Hortus Floridus or ‘Flowery Hortus floridus book of Crispijn van de Passe the Younger () which has been described as the one of the loveliest of the florilegia or books of pictures of ornamental plants.
Hortus Floridus. likes · 2 talking about this. Schon während meiner Kindheit konnte ich nie verstehen weshalb die Erwachsenen permanent den Rasen mähten und damit den ganzen Blumen die Köpfe Followers: De Passe evidently worried that many copies would be left uncolored, for the text intersperses words of encouragement to the colorist to finish up the task.
In Hortus Floridus the flowers are arranged by seasons, and special attention is given to tulips, as the book was printed at the height of the tulip craze. The Hortus Floridus must be viewed against the backdrop of this real bulbs hype.
The book is widely known as a masterpiece. The compiler of the Hortus Floridus, Crispijn van de Passe junior () came from a family of well-known draughtsmen and engravers. Van. Rare Botanical Books and Manuscripts.
printedpearls Visit botanical manuscripts, this hefty book by the Italian botanist and physician Pietro Andrea Gregorio Mattioli (), would not look out of place in the magical world of Hogwarts.
Hortus Floridus was a triumphal success, and was published in languages including Latin. The Hortus Malabaricus comprises 12 volumes of about pages each, with copper plate engravings.
The first of the 12 volumes of the book was published inand the last in It is believed to be the earliest comprehensive printed work on the flora of Asia and the charlesrosier.com: Hendrik van Rheede, Itti Achuden Vaidyan. Hortus floridus in quo rariorum & minus vulgarium icones ad vivam veramque formam accuratissime delineatae.
Et secundum quatuor anni tempora divisae exibentur incredibili labore ac diligentia Crisp. Spring Garden, publishedCrispin De Passe, Hortus Floridus.
One of the earliest florilegia, Hortus Floridus contains realistic and delicate prints created by Crispin van de Passe ll, a member of a famous family of Dutch artists. Most of the flowers are tulips, hyacinths, crocuses and other bulb plants, a popular enthusiasm of the then increasingly prosperous Dutch citizenry.
Hortus Floridus Utrecht, Crispijn Van De Passe. Dimensions: Approx. 26 x 17 cm. Hortus Floridus or De Blom-hof as it was known in the Dutch edition was published during the mania for tulips which spread across Europe in the early 17th Century.
It was primarily compiled by Crispijn van de Passe junior (), member of a family of well-known Utrecht draughtsmen and engravers.
Approx. 26 x 17 cm. Hortus Floridus or De Blom-hof as it was known in the Dutch edition was published during the mania for tulips which spread across Europe in the early 17th Century.
It was primarily compiled by Crispijn van de Passe junior (), member of a family of well-known Utrecht draughtsmen and engravers. Jun 20, · Another 17th-century work illustrates very well the influence of copperplate engraving on the development of botanical art, the Hortus Floridus of the Dutch artist Crispin van de Pass (–).
The Hortus Floridus was produced at the height of the Dutch tulip craze of the 17th century. Tulips had been introduced to Europe from Turkey in Brand: Dover Publications.
Jun 16, · PASSE, Crispin de, the younger (). [Hortus Floridus.] A garden of flowers, wherein very lively is contained a true and perfect discription of al the flowers contained in these foure following bookes.
Utrecht: Salomon de Roy for Crispin de Passe, 5 parts in one volume, small oblong 2° ( x mm). Crispijn van de Passe the Elder, or de Passe (c.Arnemuiden – buried 6 MarchUtrecht) was a Dutch publisher and engraver and founder of a dynasty of engravers comparable to the Wierix family and the Sadelers, though mostly at a more mundane commercial charlesrosier.com of their engravings were portraits, book title-pages, and the like, with relatively few grander narrative subjects.
Crispin the Younger attended the Utrecht drawing school founded in and led by Paulus Moreelse () and Abraham Bloemaert (). His first masterpiece, the Hortus Floridus (Garden of Flowers, H. ), was published in with text in Dutch and Latin.Hortus Floridus di Aurora Tazza Acquerelli di Aurora Tazza.
Frutti, Esperidi, Rose storiche italiane e Rose antiche, Libri, Esposizioni, Corsi. 32nd Exhibition of Children's Book Illustrators - Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, Pittsburgh PA 9th International Exhibition of Botanical Art and IllustrationAuthor: Aurora Tazza.May 04, · Hortus floridus in quo rariorum & minus vulgarium florum icones ad vivam veramq[ue] formam accuratissime delineatae, et secundum quatuor anni tempora divisae exhibentur.