The Medieval Book. Glosses from Friends & Colleagues of Christopher de Hamel.

LINENTHAL, Richard A., James H. Marrow, and William Noel.

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quarto, 468 pp. This book was presented on the occasion of Christopher de Hamelís sixtieth birthday, and celebrates his many accomplishments during his years at Sothebyís and more recently as the Gaylord Donnelley Fellow Librarian of the Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Christopher de Hamel has described more medieval manuscripts than any other living scholar, and the sale catalogues that have come from his hands set new standards of quality and stimulated new generations of collectors, both institutional and private. This book is a tribute to his learning, his industry, imagination, spirit and good fellowship and his capacity to inspire others. Among the contributors are collectors, colleagues, librarians, curators, students of book history and scholars. The contributions are divided under the rubrics Books, The Book Trade and Collectors and Collecting, composing a varied collection of 40 highly interesting articles, including an introduction on Christopher de Hamel and a bibliography of his writings. PART 1. BOOKS. A Christ Church Scribe of the Late Eleventh Century by Michael Gullick; The Portrait of Laurence of Durham as Scribea by A.I. Doyle; Medieval English Bookbinding Stamps: Four New Examples by Richard A. Linenthal; An Illustrated Twelfth-Century Manuscript of Hyginuss De Astronomia by Timothy Bolton; Angels, Lost and Found, in the University Library, Cambridge by Paul Binski; A Scientific Textbook for a Noble Student: Sacroboscos Treatises in the New York Public Library by Lucy Freeman Sandler; Early Manuscripts of Jean de Meuns Translation of Vegetius by Richard and Mary Rouse; The Holkham Bible Picture Book and the Bible Moralisée by John Lowden; The Sherborne Missal and Roddoke Robertus: The Anatomy of a Major Manuscript Commission by Michelle Brown; Uncommon Images in the Common of the Saints of Italian Choir Books by Margaret Manion; The City Gates of Perugia and Umbrian Manuscript Illumination of the Fifteenth Century by Jonathan J. G. Alexander; Mind Your Table Manners by Bernard Rosenthal; Magdalena Kremer, Scribe and Painter of the Choir and Chapter Books of the Dominican Convent of St Johannes-Baptista in Kirchheim unter Teck by Jeffrey F. Hamburger; A Dutch (?) Miniaturist Active at the Turn of the Sixteenth Century by James H. Marrow; Bathsheba Imagery in French Books of Hours Made for Women, c.1470-1500 by Thomas Kren; The Prayer Book of Claude de France by Roger S. Wieck; Indexes in Late Medieval Polyphonic Music Manuscripts: A Brief Tour by Margaret Bent; The Discovery and Invention of the Gutenberg Bible, 1455-1805 by Paul Needham; An Early Witness to the Texts of Horace and Tibullus, or an Audacious Forgery? by Marvin L. Colker; Some Deceptive Bookbindings by Anthony Hobson. PART 2. THE BOOK TRADE: Four Book Auctions of the Fifteenth Century by Lotte Hellinga; A New Beginning: The Sotheby Bankruptcy of 1836 by David McKitterick; William Edward Hurcomb, Goldsmith, Gasconader, Auctioneer, and Bankrupt by John Collins; Colleagues at Sotheby's by Diana Berry, Margaret Edwards, Nabil Saidi, Camilla Previté, Marcus Linell, Michel Strauss, James Stourton, Laura Nuvoloni, Mette de Hamel, and Felix Pryor; The Provenance of the Bute Psalter by Sam Fogg. PART 3. COLLECTORS & COLLECTING: Frederick, Archbishop of Riga (1304-1341), and His Books by Patrick Zutshi; Ligging in the choer, every of hem tied by hymself with a cheyne of iron: Chained Books in Churches in Late Medieval England by Nigel Morgan; Henry Yates Thompson, Gentleman: An unusual collector with commercial motives just a shade larger than was common by William P. Stoneman; Catalogues of the Library of Sir Thomas Phillipps: A Chronological Checklist by Roland Folter; The Bibliophile and the Scholar: Count Paul Durrieus List of Manuscripts Belonging to Baron Edmond de Rothschild by François Avril; Cockerell and Riches by Stella Panayotova; Medieval Manuscripts Owned by J. Meade Falknera by A.S.G. Edwards; Princely Pursuits: Hunti. Bookseller Inventory #

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LINENTHAL, RICHARD A. & JAMES H. MARROW & WILLIAM NOEL [EDS.]
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Book Description t Goy-Houten, HES & De Graaf Publishers, 2011. Original publisher's gray cloth hardback, gilt title on dark-red label spine, small 4to: 468pp., 38 contributions with 184 plates & illustrations [27 bl.& wh.] - chapternotes & references, list contributors, bibliography works Christopher de Hamel, index names, index manuscripts, credits illustrations. CONTENTS: 1. Michael Gullick: A Christ Church Scribe of the Late Eleventh Century. 2. A.I. Doyle: The Portrait of Laurence of Durham as Scribea. 3. Richard A. Linenthal: Medieval English Bookbinding Stamps: Four New Examples. 4. Timothy Bolton: An Illustrated Twelfth-Century Manuscript of Hyginuss De Astronomia. 5. Paul Binski: Angels, Lost and Found, in the University Library, Cambridge. 6. Lucy Freeman Sandler: A Scientific Textbook for a Noble Student: Sacroboscos Treatises in the New York Public Library. 7. Richard & Mary Rouse: Early Manuscripts of Jean de Meuns Translation of Vegetius. 8. John Lowden: The Holkham Bible Picture Book and the Bible Moralisée. 9. Michelle Brown: The Sherborne Missal and Roddoke Robertus: The Anatomy of a Major Manuscript Commission. 10. Margaret Manion: Uncommon Images in the Common of the Saints of Italian Choir Books. 11. Jonathan J. G. Alexander: The City Gates of Perugia and Umbrian Manuscript Illumination of the Fifteenth Century. 12. Bernard Rosenthal: Mind Your Table Manners. 13. Jeffrey F. Hamburger: Magdalena Kremer, Scribe and Painter of the Choir and Chapter Books of the Dominican Convent of St Johannes-Baptista. 14. James H. Marrow: A Dutch (?) Miniaturist Active at the Turn of the Sixteenth Century. 15. Thomas Kren: Bathsheba Imagery in French Books of Hours Made for Women, c.1470-1500. 16. Roger S. Wieck: The Prayer Book of Claude de France. 17. Margaret Bent: Indexes in Late Medieval Polyphonic Music Manuscripts: A Brief Tour. 18. Paul Needham: The Discovery and Invention of the Gutenberg Bible, 1455-1805. 19. Marvin L. Colker: An Early Witness to the Texts of Horace and Tibullus, or an Audacious Forgery ? 20. Anthony Hobson: Some Deceptive Bookbindings. 21. Lotte Hellinga: Four Book Auctions of the Fifteenth Century. 22. David McKitterick: A New Beginning: The Sotheby Bankruptcy of 1836. 23. John Collins: William Edward Hurcomb, Goldsmith, Gasconader, Auctioneer, and Bankrupt. 24. Diana Berry & Margaret Edwards [et al.]: Colleagues at Sotheby's. 25. Sam Fogg: The Provenance of the Bute Psalter. 26. Patrick Zutshi: Frederick, Archbishop of Riga (1304 - 1341), and His Books. 27. Nigel Morgan: Ligging in the choer, every of hem tied by hymself with a cheyne of iron: Chained Books in Churches in Late Medieval England. 28. William P. Stoneman: Henry Yates Thompson, Gentleman: An unusual collector with commercial motives just a shade larger than was common. 29. Roland Folter: Catalogues of the Library of Sir Thomas Phillipps: A Chronological Checklist. 30. François Avril: The Bibliophile and the Scholar: Count Paul Durrieus List of Manuscripts Belonging to Baron Edmond de Rothschild. 31. Stella Panayotova: Cockerell and Riches. 32. A.S.G. Edwards: Medieval Manuscripts Owned by J. Meade Falknera. 33. Lawrence J. Schoenberg & Lynn Ransom: Princely Pursuits: Hunting Manuscripts. 34. Martin Schøyen: The Saga of Christianitys Oldest Liturgical Manuscript. 35. Robert Weaver: Floreat Vellomania: or, A Slice of History: Reflections on Collecting Medieval Manuscript Fragments. 36. Toshiyuki Takamiya: A Handlist of Western Medieval Manuscripts in the Takamiya Collection. 37. William Noel: Some Transatlantic Trails of W. de Brailes. 38. Henri Schiller: The Descriptions Master. Little sunned. Bookseller Inventory # 131988

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Book Description HES & DE GRAAF, Houten, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 468 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. BOOKS ON BOOKS. Presented on the occasion of Christopher de Hamel's sixtieth birthday, this book celebrates his many accomplishments during his years at Sotheby's and more recently as the Gaylord Donnelley Fellow Librarian of the Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Christopher de Hamel has described more medieval manuscripts than any other living scholar. His sale catalogues have set new standards of quality, stimulating new generations of collectors, both institutional and private. Glossed Books of the Bible, his masterful and authoritative study of an entire class of books, demonstrates the ways in which book design played a central role in the study of theology in the Middle Ages. Other significant contributions include de Hamel's monograph on the manuscript collections of the Rothshild Family, his Roxburghe Club publication on the library of the Bridgettine Nuns of Son Abbey, and his Sandars Lectures on Sir Sydney Cockrell. His work covers all categories of scholarship on medieval manuscripts including book types and production, library and collection history, manuscript cataloguing, palaeography, and book illumination. In all areas, Christopher de Hamel was inspired by his passion for medieval books, manuscripts, and those who work with them. The Medieval Book is a tribute to de Hamel's learning, industry, imagination, spirit, good fellowship, and capacity to inspire others. Among the contributors are collectors, colleagues, librarians, curators, and students of book history, in addition to scholars such as Jonathan J.G. Alexander, Nicolas Barker, Timothy Bolton, Lotte Hellinga, Anthony Hobson, James H. Marrow, Laura Nuvoloni, Bernard M. Rosenthal, Robert Weaver, and many others. The contributions are divided into categories including Books, The Book Trade, and Collectors and Collecting, composing a varied collection of 40 highly interesting articles. An introduction on Christopher de Hamel and a bibliography of his writings are also presented. (Key Words: ). book. Bookseller Inventory # 73485X4

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Book Description HES &De Graaf, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Quarto. This book was presented on the occasion of Christopher de Hamel?s sixtieth birthday, and celebrates his many accomplishments during his years at Sotheby?s and more recently as the Gaylord Donnelley Fellow Librarian of the Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Christopher de Hamel has described more medieval manuscripts than any other living scholar, and the sale catalogues that have come from his hands set new standards of quality and stimulated new generations of collectors, both stitutional and private. This book is a tribute to his learning, his industry, imagination, spirit and good fellowship and his capacity to inspire others. Among the contributors are collectors, colleagues, librarians, curators, students of book history and scholars. The contributions are divided under the rubrics Books, The Book Trade and Collectors and Collecting, composing a varied collection of 40 highly interesting articles, including an introduction on Christopher de Hamel and a bibliography of his writings. PART 1. BOOKS. A Christ Church Scribe of the Late Eleventh Century by Michael Gullick; The Portrait of Laurence of Durham as Scribea by A.I. Doyle; Medieval English Bookbinding Stamps: Four New Examples by Richard A. Linenthal; An Illustrated Twelfth-Century Manuscript of Hyginuss De Astronomia by Timothy Bolton; Angels, Lost and Found, in the University Library, Cambridge by Paul Binski; A Scientific Textbook for a Noble Student: Sacroboscos Treatises in the New York Public Library by Lucy Freeman Sandler; Early Manuscripts of Jean de Meuns Translation of Vegetius by Richard and Mary Rouse; The Holkham Bible Picture Book and the Bible Moralisée by John Lowden; The Sherborne Missal and Roddoke Robertus: The Anatomy of a Major Manuscript Commission by Michelle Brown; Uncommon Images in the Common of the Saints of Italian Choir Books by Margaret Manion; The City Gates of Perugia and Umbrian Manuscript Illumination of the Fifteenth Century by Jonathan J. G. Alexander; Mind Your Table Manners by Bernard Rosenthal; Magdalena Kremer, Scribe and Painter of the Choir and Chapter Books of the Dominican Convent of St Johannes-Baptista in Kirchheim unter Teck by Jeffrey F. Hamburger; A Dutch (?) Miniaturist Active at the Turn of the Sixteenth Century by James H. Marrow; Bathsheba Imagery in French Books of Hours Made for Women, c.1470-1500 by Thomas Kren; The Prayer Book of Claude de France by Roger S. Wieck; Indexes in Late Medieval Polyphonic Music Manuscripts: A Brief Tour by Margaret Bent; The Discovery and Invention of the Gutenberg Bible, 1455-1805 by Paul Needham; An Early Witness to the Texts of Horace and Tibullus, or an Audacious Forgery? by Marvin L. Colker; Some Deceptive Bookbindings by Anthony Hobson. PART 2. THE BOOK TRADE: Four Book Auctions of the Fifteenth Century by Lotte Hellinga; A New Beginning: The Sotheby Bankruptcy of 1836 by David McKitterick; William Edward Hurcomb, Goldsmith, Gasconader, Auctioneer, and Bankrupt by John Collins; Colleagues at Sotheby's by Diana Berry, Margaret Edwards, Nabil Saidi, Camilla Previté, Marcus Linell, Michel Strauss, James Stourton, Laura Nuvoloni, Mette de Hamel, and Felix Pryor; The Provenance of the Bute Psalter by Sam Fogg. PART 3. COLLECTORS & COLLECTING: Frederick, Archbishop of Riga (1304-1341), and His Books by Patrick Zutshi; Ligging in the choer, every of hem tied by hymself with a cheyne of iron: Chained Books in Churches in Late Medieval England by Nigel Morgan; Henry Yates Thompson, Gentleman: An unusual collector with commercial motives just a shade larger than was common by William P. Stoneman; Catalogues of the Library of Sir Thomas Phillipps: A Chronological Checklist by Roland Folter; The Bibliophile and the Scholar: Count Paul Durrieus List of Manuscripts Belonging to Baron Edmond de Rothschild by François Avril; Cockerell and Riches by Stella Panayotova; Medieval Manuscripts Owned by J. Meade Falknera by A.S.G. Edwards; Princely Pursuits: Hunting Manuscr. Codice. Bookseller Inventory # 006725

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