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Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, ubi humana omnia non nisi: COLONNA, Francesco

COLONNA, Francesco

Verlag: Venice, Aldus Manutius for Leonardus Crassus December 1499 (1499)

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Beschreibung: Venice, Aldus Manutius for Leonardus Crassus December 1499, 1499. Zustand: Molto buono (Very Good). Folio (301 x 200 mm.), 234 leaves. Collation: ?4, a-y8, z10, A-E8, F4: ?1r title HYPNEROTOMACHIA POLIPHILI . , ?1v dedicatory letter in Latin by Leonardo Crasso to Guidobaldo da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino, ?2r laudatory Latin poem addressed to Crasso by Giovanni Baptista Scyta, unsigned synopsis of the work in Latin distichs, Italian prose and Italian trecets, ?4v epigrams by Andreas Maro Brixianus; a1r Book I, A1r Book II, F4r errata and colophon; 172 woodcuts in the text, 11 full page, 39 woodcut chapter initials. The misprint "Saneque" on a1r corrected in manuscript, uncorrected misprint signature E1 at the begining of quire C. Late XIX century dark brown morocco richly gilt in the style of XVI century bindings signed by Gruel, gilt edges, brown morocco pastedown with gilt decorations, purple silk flyleaves. Provenance: Laurent Meeûs (ex libris). A very good copy. First edition of the most magnificently illustrated book of the Italian Renaissance. The text is ?an enigmatic tale of love lost and regained, presented in two versions and written in"an extraordinary exotic Latinate vernacular, a language never spoken and never again attempted in Latin literature" (Martin Davies, Aldus Manutius, 1995, p.37). The Polifilo has inspired a body of commentary and conjecture disproportionate to its literary merit. From the title, a coniage meaning ?a struggle of love in a dream by the lover of Poliato the oneiric illustrations and text dense with classical allusions, the work has evoked almost as many interpretations as interpreters. "A linguistic and literary debauch, choked with recondite imagery, erudite periphrases, and exotic verbiage" (Lowry, p.120), the text has been confidently glossed as an allegorical guide to neo-classical aesthetics and to Leon Battista Alberti's architectural theories; a fable relating to the struggle of medieval Christian mind towards humanistic enlightenment; a coded alchemical treatise; a Jungian allegory of the individuation of the psyche and its striving for self-knowledge; or a sort of humanistic encyclopaedia. This last, most straightforward interpretation is the result of a close study of the annotations by a 16th-century north Italian humanist reader in a copy still privately owned in Italy (Dorothea Stichel, Reading the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili in the Cinquecento, marginal notes in a copy at Modena in Aldus Manutius and the Renaissance Culture, Essays in Memory of Franklin D. Murphy, Florence, 1998). Numerous allusions misinterpreted or unnoticed by later commentators were easily recognized by that near-contemporary reader, and his copious notes elucidate the rich classical sources underlying the work, whose author relied largely on Pliny, Ovid, and Boccaccio Genealogia deorum. Stchel concludes (as did Lowry) that the Polifilo was conceived first and foremost as a treasury of erudition, fundamentally defined by the classical heritage, and suggest that this may have been Aldus's motivation for agreeing to the request of the well-connected Veronese nobleman Leonardo Crasso that he publish it. On whose behalf Crasso was acting has still not been satisfactorily resolved. The commonly accepted attribution to the dissolute Dominican frair Francesco Colonna is supported by internal evidencethe acrostic formed by the chapter initials and a dedicatory poem, cancelled in all but one copy (Berlin Staatsbibliothek), addressed to Francisco alta columna. Also of possible relevance is an act of the Dominican order dated 5 June 1501, instructing Colonna to repay the Provincial of the Order for the expenses incurred on account of the printed book. (M.T. Casella and G. Piozzi, Francesco Colonna, biografia e opere. Padua, 1959). The identity of the'Polifilo Master? Who designed the woodcuts ? two of which (a6v and c1r) are signed ".b." or "b"(possibly simply the mark of a workshop) ? has also long been disputed. The Paduan miniaturist Benedetto Bordon or Bordone (ca. 1450760-ca. 1530), who spent most of his career in Venice and almost certainly collaborated with Lucantonio Giunta on the illustrations for a sequence of monumental printed choir books, remains the likely artist. Although circumstantial and stylistic, the evidence is strong that Bordon worked with Aldus on the illustration and layout of the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili: "Regardless of the author and the form of the manuscript, Aldus Manutius would have required the assistance of a skilled designer in order to produce the Polifilus. The designer would have overseen the transfer of drawings to woodblocks and would have worked on the complex layout of the woodcuts and type. Such a designer needed to know about woodcut production and to have worked previously with images ? painted or woodcut ?in printed books of the known book artist in the Veneto in the 1490s with these skills. Benedetto Bordon was by far the most obvious candidate". (Lilian Armstrong, Benedetto Bordon, Aldus Manutius and Lucantonio Giunta, Old links and New in Aldus Manutius and the Renaissance Culture, Essays in Memory of Franklin D. Murphy, Florence, 1998). Unlike the identies of its author and illustrator, the book's status as a masterpiece of typographic design is rarely challanged, and it is justifiably celebrated as the greatest early exemple of the harmonious integration of printed text and illustration. The woodcuts depict scenes from the story as well as ancient architecture, inscriptions, monuments and triumphal processions observed by the dreaming Polifilo and described in detail in the text. A deliberate role was apparently assigned to the typeface for the achievement of a felicitous design. For the Polifilo a new set of capitals was combined with the roman type cut by Francesco Griffo da Bologna for the 1495/6 edition of Bembo De Aetna. These capitals were designed according to the rules of proportion based on classical models which had been set forth by Felice Feliciano, Alberti and Luca Pacioli. Lowry went so far as to affirm that the. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 0000000000006

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COLONNA, Francesco

Verlag: Venice, in casa haer. Aldo I Manuzio (1545)

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Beschreibung: Venice, in casa haer. Aldo I Manuzio, 1545. Folio (287 x 192 mm.), 234 unnumbered leaves, Roman type, occasional Greek and Hebrew. 170 fine woodcuts, including 9 full-page - the blocks on b4v, b5r (2), e2v, e5r and x2r have been re-cut - printer's device on title, repeated on final verso. 5- to 9-line initial spaces with guide-letter. XVIII century English calf, covers ruled in blind to a panel design à la Du Seuil, spine in compartments with red morocco lettering piece. Binding joints and spine resored but a very good copy from the library of Augustinus Fransonus (aralidic ex-libris pasted on title-page).?The most beautiful book of the fifteenth century' (Mortimer 131).The second edition of this monument of Renaissance book illustration, first printed by Aldus in 1499. It is rarer than the first, and an exact reprint, except for the title, the initials, the Greek typeface, and 6 illustrations, recut (Sander I, 2057).Of anonymous authorship, the Hypnerotomachia has been attributed to the Dominican Francesco Colonna (1433-1527), who published it aged 66 with a dedication to the Duke of Urbino. It narrates Poliphilo's ?strife of love in a dream' as he seeks to conquer his beloved Polia through an enigmatic world strewn with emblems, epigraphic inscriptions, hieroglyphs, allegories and surreal antiquities including pyramids, obelisks and statues ? all superbly illustrated.The mysterious woodcuts had a lasting influence on book illustration and the visual arts, especially in Italy and France. The talented artist has remained unknown. However, although his style is recognisable in other Aldine publications like St Catherine's Epistole devotissime (1500), scholars have suggested that he was only the cutter of the woodblocks, not the designer. The source images, the authorship of which has been attributed even to Alberti, were probably already present in the manuscript version of the Hypnerotomachia given to Aldus. The illustrations have been dated to 1470-95 on the basis of the classical antiquities and epigraphic inscriptions they portrayed (Huelsen, ?Le illustrazioni', 175-76).The work ?achieved an elegant harmony of typography and illustration that has seldom been equalled. The communicative coordination of the illustrations with the text and the exceptional integration of images and typography indicate that the printer, type designer, author, and artist worked in close collaboration' (Meggs, History, 109). It was indeed the first book in which illustrations systematically appeared on the same page as the passage they referred to.Renouard 133:14; Essling II/2, 465; Mortimer, Harvard C16 It., 131; Brunet IV, 778: ?assez recherchée'; Sander I, 2057.Huelsen, ?Le illustrazioni della Hypnerotomachia Polifili e le antichità di Roma', La bibliofilia 12 (1910), 161-76; P.B. Meggs, History of Graphic Design (Hoboken, NJ, 2016).  . Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 0000000000083

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La Hypnerotomachia di Poliphilo, cioe pugna d'amore: Colonna Francesco

Colonna Francesco

Verlag: Venice Sons of Aldo Manuzio 1545 (1545)

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Beschreibung: Venice Sons of Aldo Manuzio 1545, 1545. Folio (286x195 mm). Collation: [π]4, a-y8, z10, A-E8, F4. [234] leaves. Roman type. Aldine device on the title-page and verso of the last leaf. 172 woodcuts, eleven of which are full page. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. Contemporary vellum over pasteboards with yapp edges and running stitches to spine. Smooth spine with title and date inked in black. A very good copy. First quire slightly browned. A few marginal fingermarks, pale waterstain to the upper corners of fols. a2 and a3. Minor foxing. more prominent on first two quires and the margins and woodcuts of fols. k8, l1r, and l2. Small repair to lower inner corners of fols. a1v and a2r, and to fol. E1r, without any loss; larger repair to fol. a4, affecting some letters on the recto and verso; Some bibliographic notes in pencil on the front and rear pastedowns.The rare second edition of the Poliphilo, the most famous illustrated book of the Renaissance. The first edition was printed by Aldus Manutius in 1499 (see no. 43), and the new printing of 1545 suggests a renewed interest in the work, in Italy as well as abroad, for within a year a French translation also appeared, followed by an English translation in 1592. The second edition is a page-for-page reprint: the book was printed by Aldus' heirs employing the same woodblocks as the 1499 edition, with the exception of seven that were either broken or missing. The redesigned and newly cut woodcuts are found on fols. b4v, b5r, e2v, e5r, o3v, q5v, and x2r. The text was set in a different roman type. "A single roman type has been used in a single body, although in 1545 the current state of typography offered the possibility of differentiation on roman and italic (both letter forms had small capitals). But there is a major difference: where there were printed initials in 1499 [.] here, in 1545, the printer has left open blank spaces, in which a guide letter has been printed for the illuminator who could then paint in a beautiful initial by the buyer's order [.] this means that the son of Aldus [Paulus Manutius] felt that the market for this book was with affluent bibliophiles: he produced an edition intended to be transformed into a deluxe copy by the buyer. What is special is that in 1545 this fashion had all but passed, so that this edition may be termed an anacronism" (F. A. Janssen, "The Typographical Design of the 'Poliphilus' (1499-1600)", p. 69). Further, in 1545 the title of the book was here translated into Italian as La Hypnerotomachia di Poliphilo, with the added phrase Dov'egli mostra, che tutte le cose humane non sono altro che Sogno, the author demonstrating in his book "that all human things are nothing but a dream". Adams C-2414; Mortimer Italian, 131; Renouard Alde, 133.14; Ahmanson-Murphy 335; L. Donati, "Di una copia tra le figure del Polifilo (1499) ed altre osservazioni", La Bibliofilia, 64 (1962), pp. 163-183; G. Mardersteig, "Osservazioni tipografiche sul Polifilo nelle edizioni del 1499 e 1545", Contributi alla storia del libro italiano. Miscellanea in onore di Lamberto Donati, Firenze 1969, pp. 221-242; F. A. Janssen, "The Typographical Design of the 'Poliphilus' (1499-1600)", Idem, Technique and Design in the History of Printing, 't Goy-Houten 2004, pp. 57-74; Philobiblon, One Thousand Years of Bibliophily, no. 103. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 0000000008163

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Le Tableau des riches inventions couvertes du: COLONNA, FRANCESCO].
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Beschreibung: chez Matthieu Guillemot, Paris, 4228. In-4 (254 x 189 mm) de [20] ff. (titre-frontispice gravé, dédicaces, explications du frontispice, envois, table) [1] f. bl., 154 ff., [6] ff. (table), veau brun marbré, plats ornés d?un médaillon central dans un encadrement d?un double-filet avec fleurons en écoinçons, le tout estampé à froid, dos à nerfs, pièce de titre postérieure (reliure du temps). Édition du centenaire et dernière édition ancienne du célèbre Songe de Poliphile en français, la première donnée par Béroalde de Verville. Chargée de sens allégorique et ésotérique, elle était destinée à célébrer la parution de l'édition princeps de l'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (Venise, Alde Manuce, 1499) réputé l'un des livres les plus beaux de tous les temps, et l?un des plus emblématiques et secrets de la Renaissance. Notre édition est une adaptation faite par Béroalde de Verville (1556-1623 ?) d'après la traduction attribuée à Jean Martin et publiée à Paris en 1546.Célèbre illustraton comprenant un splendide titre-frontispice gravé en taille-douce sur fond azuré, spécialement conçu pour cette édition et non signé, et 180 très belles figures gravées sur bois, dont 18 à pleine page, 78 à mi-page et 84 de formats variés, attribuées à Jean Goujon, représentant des emblèmes, allégories, architectures, sujets mythologiques, symboles, grotesques, hiéroglyphes, parterres?Le frontispice de cette édition est considéré comme l'une des tailles-douces les plus réussies de son temps, etun chef-d'?uvre de la gravure alchimique baroque.L'interprétation des symboles alchimiques et clefs qu'il contient est donnée dans un long chapitre placé en tête de l'ouvrage : «Recueil steganographique contenant l'intelligence du frontispice de ce livre» (19 pp. ). La très belle et abondante illustration sur bois provient de l'édition parue chez Kerver en 1546, hormis les trois dernières figures, d'une facture plus gauche, qui ont été regravées et qui se rattachent à la gravure populaire. Les figures représentant le sacrifice à Priape (f. 68) et celle du bain (f. 120) n?ont pas été caviardées.Bel exemplaire de cet ouvrage mythique.Gardes renouvelées, quelques ff. plus courts de marge, quelques petites taches et mouillures claires passim, légères et discrètes restaurations à la reliure. Exemplaire de 3e émission.____________Bibliographie : Mortimer, Harvard French books, n°148 - Brun, Le livre français illustré de la Renaissance, p. 174. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 1114

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Beschreibung: André Cailleau, Paris, 1725. 2 vol. in-12 de(2-XLVIII-284 pp. et [2]-336 pp. COLONNA (Francesco Maria Pompeo). Les principes de la nature ou de la génération des choses. Paris, AndréCailleau, 1731. In-12 23-336 pp. Ensemble relié en 3 vol. in-12, veau marbré havane, dos lisse richement orné, pièces de titre en maroquin rouge et de tomaisons en maroquin brun, tranchse marbrées (reliure de l'époque). 1 - Édition originale. Célèbre alchimiste italien (1649-1726), philosophe hermétique, ami et disciple du comte de Boulainvilliers, « il allie une information scientifique toute moderne à des formes de pensées archaïques. Sa conception de la nature toute puissante n'est pas dans l'ordre visible des choses mais dans la puissance de l'esprit créateur dont le monde est animé fait de lui un héritier du naturalisme de la Renaissance. Mais c'est surtout à la doctrine alchimiste qu'il emprunte ses idées et ses arguments. La nature est définie comme principe même de la fécondité, la génération en étant la manifestation. Il peut être considéré comme un des précurseur de Diderot ». (M. J. Ehrard, Matérialisme et naturalisme : Les Sources occultistes de la pensée de Diderot). Caillet, I, 2509. 2 - Édition originale. Ouvrage posthume publié par son disciple et ami Augustin Gosmond. Celui-ci reprend en préambule la polémique entre le Père Castel et Colonna au sujet de la composition de la matière. Le plan choisi par Colonna souligne l'uniformité des trois règnes : Première partie : Des végétaux ; Deuxième partie : De la génération des animaux et troisième partie : De la génération des minéraux. Bel exemplaire. Caillet I, 2510. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 15692

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HYPNEROTOMACHIA POLIPHILI] LE SONGE DE POLIPHILE. OU: Colonna Francesco
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Beschreibung: Paris Isidore Liseux 1883, 1883. 2 volumes. FIRST PRINTING OF THIS IMPORTANT LIMITED EDITION, one of only 400 copies on Hollande paper of a total edition of only 410. With a great profusion of illustrations throughout the text being woodcuts after those first issued in the original first edition of 1499 now re-engraved by A. Prunaire. Large 8vo, very handsomely bound in contemporary three-quarter brown morocco over marbled boards, the spines with wide raised bands ruled in blind, two compartments with gilt lettering, marbled endpapers. ccxxxvii, 379; 458 pp. A very handsome set, the bindings very attractive and in fine shape with just a little rubbing at the extremities, the text all fine but for the lightest of spotting to which the Hollande paper is prone, in this case it is very minor. A VERY SCARCE AND BEAUTIFUL EDITION OF COLONNA'S GREAT ROMANCE, THE DREAM OF POLIPHILI, THE MOST MAGNIFICENT AND SERENELY BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE. With scholarly notes and a long and very fine introduction and translation Claude Popelin. One of the great works of the early Renaissance, Hypnerotomachia Poliphili presents a mysterious arcane allegory in which the main protagonist, Poliphilo pursues his love, Polia, through a dreamlike landscape. In the end, he is reconciled with her by the "Fountain of Venus". The original edition, published in 1499, has long been sought after as one of the most beautiful incunabula printed. Here we see that tradition of the printer's craftsmanship brought to the modern period with woodcuts skillfully copied from French editions dating back to 1546. The illustrations were so striking for their time that the HYPNEROTOMACHIA served as a sort of pattern-book, influencing book illustration styles all over Europe. For some time, attribution of the illustrations was made to Giovanni Bellini (ca. 1430-1516) or to Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520) but it is a fact of course, that present scholarship can only conjecture as to the true artist. "[A]rtists.craftsmen.decorators got hold of this incomparable album of compositins in the antique taste. In the countries beyond the Alps its repercussions are even more clearly traceable than in Italy itself, where a greater variety of other sources for the study of clasical forms were to be found. In the north an astonishing proportion of all Renaissance ornament and accessory design can clearly be proved to derive from Colonna s POLIPHILO" (E.P. Goldschmidt, The Printed Bookof the Renaissance, 1950, 52). The text, attributed to "Franciscus Columna" is based on the fact that the woodcut initials form an acrostic of his name, is a blending of the courtly romance of the Middle Ages with the revival of classical culture. It has recently been argued that the hidden autor was not the traditional candidate but rather the Servite friar Eliseo da Treviso (fl. 145-1506): see two articles by Piero Scapecchi in "Accademie e bibloteche d Italia, 1983: 286sqq. and 1985: 68 sqq. This revised opinion is not strongly grounded however. Collona s authorship is implied by several contemporary evidences. The aforementioned acrostic (POLIAM FRATER FRANCISVS COLCMNA PERAMAVIT), the unique setting of the first sheet (?l.4) of HYPNEROTOMACHIA preserved in a Berlin copy (presumably a rare cancellandum) contains Italian verse by on Matteo Visconti of Brescia refering more openly to ".Francisco alta columna l Per cui phama imortal de voi [scil. Polia, and Visconti s own loved one Laurea] rissona." Finally, an act of the Dominican order; of 5 June 1501,instructed that Francesco Colonna should be compelled to repay expenses which the Provincial of the Order had incurred "on account of the printed book." George Painter, in his fascinating essay, gives an appropriate context to the book: "Gutenberg's Forty-two-Line Bible of 1455 and the HYPNEROTOMACHIA of 1499 confront one another from opposite ends of the incunable period with equal and contrasting pre-eminence. The Gutenberg Bible is somberly and sternly German, go. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 29725

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Colonna Francesco

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Beschreibung: Methuen, London, 1904. Vélin à Recouvrement. Zustand: Très bon. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Neuf. Benedetto Bordon (illustrator). Edition originale. Titre : Poliphili Hypnerotomachia~~Auteur : Colonna Francesco Éditeur : Methuen ~ Description : Colonna Francesco (1453-1538) ~ L'Hypnerotomachie ou songe de Poliphile ~ A Londres, Methuen, 1904. ~ In-fol ;, rare copie de l'édition du Poliphili Hypnerotomachia de 1499, vélin. Oeuvre du Dominicain Francesco Colonna Le Songe de Poliphile est le chef- d'oeuvre typographique d'Alde Manuce et sans aucun doute un des plus beaux livres illustrés de tous les temps. Dans cette oeuvre, au sujet symbolique et écrite dans un style raffiné et plein d'artifice, le Dominicain Francesco Colonna (1433-1527) tente d'exprimer, dans une attitude chère aux humanistes, la conscience aiguë de la splendeur de la vie. Le goût de la Renaissance pour l'Antiquité apparaît à travers ses descriptions de palais somptueusement décorés. L'illustration comprend cent-soixante-dix superbes gravures sur bois, dont une dizaine à pleine page. Cette iconographie a été, depuis plus de cinq siècles, l'objet des attributions les plus variées. Les noms de Bellini et de Mantegna ayant été d'abord proposés, c'est à Benedetto Bordone de Padoue que les chercheurs attribuent de nos jours ces gravures. Sans doute parce que le sujet lui convenait, l'illustrateur, quel qu'il fut, produisit un chef-d'oeuvre sans égal, où texte et image s'intégraient parfaitement. Arches, temples, vases, sculptures, inscriptions, chars de triomphe correspondaient admirablement aux descriptions de l'auteur, avec en plus une sorte de verve qui donnait au livre entier son brio. C'était une plongée sensuelle dans les splendeurs ressuscitées du passé païen (M. Lowry. Le Monde d'Alde Manuce). As regards the authorship of the wonderfull illustrations, the signature b. on the third has led to their being attributed to numerous celebrated artists (A.W. Pollard). Ce livre a exercé une influence considérable, non seulement sur l'esthétique du livre à cette époque mais aussi dans les multiples applications de l'art décoratif (Brun). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 000115

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Beschreibung: Methuen., London., 1904. Hardcover. Zustand: Very good. First Edition. Facsimile reprint of Aldus 1499 edition. Publisher's linen-backed boards. Aldus' 1499 edition of the Hypnerotomachia is generally regarded as one of the supreme achievements of illustrated book design in the fifteenth century. It is exceptionally rare and nowadays seldom sells for under $250,000. The Methuen facsimile offered here, 13 inches tall, is of the highest quality, and is of interest not only for its remarkable content but as an outstanding example of facsimile printing. Binding is lightly soiled; corners bumped; paper label on spine browned (publisher's replacement label tipped in at rear free endpaper). Edges untrimmed. An exception fresh copy internally with large margins.Please note that we also offfer a good copy of the second Aldine edition of the Hypnerotomachia, published in 1545. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 383

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Beschreibung: Paris, d'Houry fils, 1724. In-8, broché, couverture de papier granité saumon d'origine, pièce de titre manuscrite, (1) f., (16), liv, 442 p., imprimé sur grand papier à toutes marges. Edition originale, rare, de cette synthèse de l'oeuvre de Paracelse par le célèbre alchimiste François-Marie Pompée Colonna. "Un des intérêts majeurs de ce livre est de comporter une clef capitale pour déchiffrer les 'Archidoxes' de Paracelse (.). Inspiré par le Grand Art, Colonna nous délivre ici un témoignage majeur autant par la richesse de son contenu que par la rigueur de ses textes" (Ed. Massanne, 2003). Philosophe hermétique, mathématicien et savant réputé, Francesco Maria Pompeo Colonna (Rome, 1649 - Paris, 1726) est l'un des plus grands savants alchimistes de son temps. Il fut de ceux qui, tout en cherchant la pierre philosophale et l'élixir de longue vie, préparèrent l'avènement de la chimie moderne. (Caillet n°2506. Dorbon n°825. Duveen, p.455. Ferguson, I, 439. Wellcome, II, p. 375). Quelques auréoles claires. Petite signature ex-libris raturée et quelques annotations manuscrites anciennes dans les marges. Très bon exemplaire, imprimé sur papier fort, entièrement non rogné, tel que paru. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 36541

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Beschreibung: Padova: Antenore, 1964. Legatura editoriale. 20mo secolo. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers ANT1078

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Colonna, Francesco

Verlag: Methuen & Co., London (1904)

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Beschreibung: Methuen & Co., London, 1904. Full Leather. Zustand: Very Good +. Facsimilie Edition. 340 x 230mm. pp. 234. Italian text. Facsimilie reproduction of the first edition of Francesco Colonna's 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili'. First published in Venice in 1499 by Aldus Manutius Hypnerotomachia Poliphili presents a mysterious arcane allegory in which Poliphilo pursues his love Polia through a dreamlike landscape, and is at last reconciled with her by the Fountain of Venus. 172 black and white woodcuts. Recently bound in full brown speckled calf. A little light foxing, otherwise clean and tight. No ownership inscription. Heavy book at 2.8kg. Will require extra postage. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 025355

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Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, Ubi Humana Omnia Non Nisi: Francesco Colonna (Franciscus

Francesco Colonna (Franciscus Columna):

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Beschreibung: London Methuen & Co, 1904. O-Interims-Pappband mit Leinenrücken und montiertem Titelschild, Einband und Rücken mit Gebrauchsspuren, 1. und 2. Blatt etwas gebräunt, restliche Seiten sauber, 234 unpaginierte unbeschnittene Büttenpapierblätter mit Text und 170 Holzschnitten. Zwei heraustrennbare Blätter mit dem Druck von zwei, für das Jahr 1904, anstößigen Darstellungen. Miteingebunden ist ein zweites Titelrückenschild, 4°. Gewicht: 2,8 kg. - - - Eine heutige Ansicht geht davon aus, dass es sich bei der Hypnerotomachia Poliphili um eine codierte Botschaft handelt und der Drucker des Werkes auch gleichzeitig der Autor gewesen ist. - - - Das Originalwerk wurde von Aldus Manutius im Dezember 1499 in Venedig gedruckt. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 11119

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Poliphili Hypnerotomachia, ubi humana omnia non nisi: Francesco Colonna

Francesco Colonna

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Beschreibung: London, Methuen, 1904. Hardcover. Zustand: Good. Small folio, 34 x 23 cm. Bound in publisher's 1/4 linen over gray boards. Uncut page ends. 2 preliminary leaves, facsimile (234 leaves, woodcuts.) Facsimile reproduction of the 1st edition: Venetiis mense decembri. M. ID. in aedibus Aldi Manutii, accuratissime. Light spotting. Facsimile of the 1499 incunabula, an example of linguistic-stylistic parody of Latinizing in a native language, this book is better known for the over 200 finely executed woodcuts that decorate it. One of the most famous illustrated books of the Renaissance. The Hypnerotomachia interweaves the courtly romance of the Middle Ages with the revival of classical culture. In search of his lost love, Polia, Polifilo is led through a fantastic dream-world of pyramids and obelisks, classical gardens, ruined temples and bacchanalian festivals, before finding her and gaining ultimate enlightenment at the temple of Venus. Interpretations of the intricate text are many, and there is evidence that it served as a sort of humanist encyclopedia (D. Stichel, 'Reading the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili in the Cinquecento, marginal notes in a copy at Modena,' Aldus Manutius and Renaissance Culture, Essays in memory of Franklin D. Murphy, Florence: 1998) This is an oversized or heavy book, which requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 1907210001

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Le Songe de Poliphile ou Hypnérotomachie. Littéralement: COLONNA Francesco

Beschreibung: Liseux, Paris, 1883. Rilegato. Zustand: ottimo. A. Prunaire (illustrator). 2 volumi in-8 (230x140 mm.), pp. CCXL, 379, (1); pp. 458. Numerose figure nel testo. Lussuosa legatura in mezzo vitello avana firmata "Rivière", con cornice mosaicata ai dorsi di gusto tardo romantico (conservate le brossure originali). Segnacoli serici. Scatola contenitiva. Pubblicato in soli 410 esemplari numerati (ns. numerato 14). Il nostro esemplare presenta la dedica autografa del traduttore ad Henry Houssaie. Ex libris araldico al primo contropiatto di quest'ultimo e altro della prestigiosa biblioteca Landau Finaly; altro ancora con motto "dammi tempo" e le inziali R.P. Bellissimo esemplare di presentazione, ovunque candido e a margini intonsi. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 005920

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Le nouveau miroir de la fortune ou: COLONNA Francesco Maria

COLONNA Francesco Maria Pompeo

Verlag: A Paris, chez Andrè Cailleau (1726)

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Beschreibung: A Paris, chez Andrè Cailleau, 1726. Rilegato. Zustand: buono. COLONNA Francesco Maria Pompeo. Le nouveau miroir de la fortune ou abregé de la Geomance. A Paris, chez Andrè Cailleau, 1726. In 16mo; pp.10n.nn., 101, 3n.nn. Due tavole fuori testo. Mezza pergamena posteriore. Treccani.it: "Nato a Roma nel 1646, figlio di Pompeo Colonna, l'autore trasse dall'ambiente paterno l'incentivo a dedicarsi non solo agli studi letterari, ma anche a quelli scientifici ed occultistici. Nel 1668 si trasferì a Parigi. La persona che doveva influire più profondamente sulla formazione mentale del C. fu senza dubbio il famoso conte Henri de Boulainviller, che si fece assistere da lui nello studio e nella pratica delle scienze occulte. Il marchese d'Argenson ricorda un oroscopo fatto a madame de Nointel da Boulainviller e dal C. (Mémoires et journal inédit, du Marquis d'Argenson, I, Paris 1857, pp. 208-209). Perfino Voltaire, nel 1756, ricordava di essersi fatto predire il futuro dai due astrologhi, in una epoca imprecisata, che non può essere posteriore al 23 genn. 1722, data di morte di Boulainviller: "le célèbre comte de Boulainvilliers, et un Italien nommé Colonne, qui avait beaucoup de réputation à Paris, me prédirent l'un et l'autre que je mourrais infailliblement à l'ige de trente-deux ans. J'ai eu la malice de les tromper déjà de près de trente années, de quoi je leur demande humblement pardon" (Voltaire, Dictionnaire philosophique, in Oeuvres complètes, Paris 1877-1885, XVII, p. 448). it.wikipedia: "La geomanzia nasce in Persia, ed è ritenuta essere il più antico sistema divinatorio ancora oggi praticato in Occidente". Caillet, 2508. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 8117

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Beschreibung: Padova, 1963. 2 vols. CV,458,344 pp. Ills. Hardcovers. In slipcase. Fine set. (Itinera Erudiat I). * Numbered edition of 1300 copies, this is number 808. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 271604

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Songe de Poliphile: COLONNA Francesco

COLONNA Francesco

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Beschreibung: 1804. A Paris, de l'imprimerie de P. Didot l'Ainé, 1804. 2 volumes petits in-8 reliés demi-maroquin rouge à coins. Dos à nerfs ornés de filets dorés, motifs dorés. Filets dorés sur les plats. Titres et têtes dorés. Traduction libre de l'italien, par J. G. Legrand, architecte des monuments publics et membre de plusieurs sociétés savantes et littéraires. 228 + 217 pages. Cette traduction n'a été publiée qu'après la mort de Legrand ; elle devait être accompagnée d'un volume de planches qui n'a pas paru (Nouveau recueil d'ouvrages anonymes et pseudonymes). L auteur de cet ouvrage est François Columne (Francesco Colonna) qui ne voulut jamais y mettre son nom. Il se cache sous cette devise, Poliam frater Franciscus Columna peramavit, qu on rassemble par les lettres initiales et capitales des trente huit premiers chapitres. Bel exemplaire Livres. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 140757

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Le Songe de Poliphile (2 Tomes -: COLONNA, Francesco ;

COLONNA, Francesco ; [ LEGRAND, Jacques Guillaume ]

Verlag: De l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'Aîné, (1804)

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Beschreibung: De l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'Aîné, 1804. rigide. Traduction libre de l'italien par J. G. Legrand, architecte des monuments publics et membre de plusieurs sociétés savantes et littéraires, 1 vol. in-12 cartonnage bradel bleu de l'époque, De l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'Aîné, Paris, An XIII - 1804, 3 ff., 228 pp., 2 ff., 217 pp. Bon état pour ce rare exemplaire bien complet et à toutes marges de la première édition (posthume) de la traduction de Legrand (cartonnage lég. frotté, qq. rouss., signature "Joseph Despaux" sur un f. en marge, très bon état par ailleurs). L'exemplaire est bien complet du feuillet préliminaire détaillant le dépôt légal effectué le 16 janvier 1804. L'édition est réputée pour sa qualité typographique, plus que pour celle de la traduction de Legrand. Langue: Français. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 54557

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Colonna,Francesco.

Verlag: Ed.Antenore-Stamperia Valdonega di Giovanni Mardesteig, Padova, (1980)

ISBN 10: 8884551307ISBN 13: 9788884551306

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Beschreibung: Ed.Antenore-Stamperia Valdonega di Giovanni Mardesteig, Padova, 1980. Zustand: MOLTO BUONO. Ristampa del capolavoro letterario del Colonna nell'edizione aldina del 1499, con il commento di Giovanni Pozzi e Lucia A. Ciapponi. completo in 2 volumi. cm.22,5x33, pp. (XV),468, 343, oltre 225 riproduz.delle xilog Tiratura limitata a 1300 copie, la nostra n.575. Padova, Ed.Antenore-Stamperia Valdonega di Giovanni Mardesteig 1980, completo in 2 volumi. cm.22,5x33, pp. (XV),468, 343, oltre 225 riproduz.delle xilog legg.ed.in tutta tela, in cofanetto. Tiratura limitata a 1300 copie, la nostra n.575. legg.ed.in tutta tela, in cofanetto. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 220140

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Hypnerotomachia Poliphili: Francesco Colonna

Francesco Colonna

Verlag: Venezia (1970)

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Beschreibung: Venezia, 1970. Rilegato. Zustand: buono. rilegatura in cuoio marrone con titolo e fregi in foglia d'oro illustrazione centrale angoli in rame con borchie pezzo unico del Maestro Dario Ustino. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers book 144

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HYPNEROTOMACHIA POLIPHILI. Edizione critica e commento a: COLONNA Francesco

COLONNA Francesco

Verlag: Editrice Antenore, impresso dalla Stamperia Valdonega di Giovanni Mardersteig a Verona, Padova (1964)

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Beschreibung: Editrice Antenore, impresso dalla Stamperia Valdonega di Giovanni Mardersteig a Verona, Padova, 1964. Capolavoro letterario e tipografico dell Umanesimo italiano, "non più impresso in caratteri fusi dal 1545, per la prima volta in edizione critica secondo il testo e con le xilografie dell incunabolo Aldino del 1499". 2 monumentali volumi in-4° (cm. 33x22,3 all esterno; cm. 32,3x22,2 all interno), pagine (XV), 468 del testo originale in carattere "Polifilo" con le riproduzioni delle 171 xilografie; pp.343 di commenti ed apparati in carattere "Bembo" con 25 figure nel testo. Legatura in tela editoriale granata con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle rossa, tagli superiori dorati, gli altri in barbe. Robusto unico cofanetto in cartone telato granata. Tiratura di 1300 esemplari numerati, il nostro reca il n. 1130. Tutte le nitide, mirabili e complesse illustrazioni sono elencate alla fine del secondo volume, ognuna con la sua didascalia esplicativa, benvenuta data la stupefacente simbologia, spesso ermetica: schemi esoterici, geometrie, giardini, erme, obelischi, insegne, gruppi di giovani e fanciulle e putti spesso adamitici, talora bifronti, acefali, tricefali, satiri, draghi, Cupido decapitante o smembrante, falli esibiti, cortei trionfali, lapidi, sepolcri, architetture. I vasti dettagliati commenti occupano 266 pagine del secondo volume, si sviluppano pagina per pagina con citazioni o riferimenti a testi classici o coevi o ad altri passi del testo, eventuali varianti, spiegazioni delle figure ed eventuali significati di misure e proporzioni. Il glossario, di 42 pagine, aiuta ad interpretare la ricca terminologia immaginosa e pittoresca ora vernacola ora classicheggiante. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 18788

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Colonna, Francesco

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Beschreibung: ACANTILADO EDITORIAL. Zustand: Muy Bueno / Very Good. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 100000000291417

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Colonna, Francesco

Verlag: Ediciones del Po?rtico

ISBN 10: 8485264371ISBN 13: 9788485264377

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Beschreibung: Ediciones del Po?rtico. Paperback. Zustand: Used - Good. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 9788485264377

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Hypnerotomachia Poliphili.: COLONNA, Francesco. EUGRAMMIA

COLONNA, Francesco. EUGRAMMIA PRESS. PAINTER, George, editor.

Verlag: Eugrammia Press, London (1963)

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Beschreibung: Eugrammia Press, London, 1963. Facsmile of the Newnham College, Cambridge copy of the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili of 1499. No. 192 of 315 copies. Printed in collotype on Atlas mould-made paper by Balston. 4to., bound by Zaehnsdorf in full gloss morocco with image from the book blocked in gilt on the upper cover, together with an essay by George Painter: An introduction on the Dream, the Dreamer, the Artist and the Printer, pp. 24, in the original black stiff wrappers with the same design blocked in gilt on the upper cover. Housed together in the original rather rubbed and worn black slipcase with labels on both sides. Spines rubbed, otherwise good. One of the most celebrated incunables, Colonna's Hypnertomachia Poliphili was printed in Venice by Aldus Manutius in his recut Bembo type with 172 remarkable woodcuts throughout the work. George Painter was the Assistant Keeper in charge of Incunabula at the British Museum and inserted in the book is a tls from him about the possible identity of the artist behind the remarkable woodcuts in the Hypnerotomachia. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 10059

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Colonna Francesco

Verlag: Adelphi, Milano (1998)

ISBN 10: 8845914240ISBN 13: 9788845914249

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Beschreibung: Adelphi, Milano, 1998. Couverture rigide. Zustand: Comme neuf. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Comme neuf. Edition originale. Titolo Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (rist. anast. 1499) Autore Colonna Francesco Prezzo Euro 350,00 Prezzi in altre valute Dati 1998, 2 voll., CXVI-1673 p. Curatore Ariani M.; Gabriele M. Editore Adelphi (collana Classici) xx Livello bibliografico Monografia Tipo di documento Testo a stampa Autore Colonna, Francesco Titolo Hypnerotomachia Poliphili / Francesco Colonna ; a cura di Marco Ariani e Mino Gabriele Pubblicazione Milano : Adelphi, \1998! Descrizione fisica 2 v. ; 23 cm Collezione Classici ; 66 Note generali In custodia Numeri ISBN - 88-459-1424-0 Comprende 1 / Francesco Colonna 2 / Francesco Colonna ; traduzione e apparati Nomi Colonna , Francesco Ariani, Marco |scheda di autorità Gabriele, Mino Soggetti COLONNA, FRANCESCO. HYPNEROTOMACHIA POLIPHILI - EDIZIONE CRITICA Classificazione Dewey 853.3 (20.) NARRATIVA ITALIANA. 1492-1542 Paese di pubblicazione ITALIA Lingua di pubblicazione ITALIANO. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 003958

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The Strife of Love in a Dream.: LANG, Andrew trans.)

LANG, Andrew trans.) COLONNA, Francesco.

Verlag: London: David Nutt, 1890 (1890)

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Beschreibung: London: David Nutt, 1890, 1890. Octavo. Original brown boards, titles to spine and front covers in gilt. Slight wear to extremities, notably at tips, boards a little rubbed and soiled, crease to head of front board, contents bright and clean, a very good copy. With illustrated facsimile title page, decorative initials, and 28 woodcuts. First edition thus, one of 500 copies. Hypnerotomachia Poliphili was first published by Aldus Manutius in 1499, this edition reproducing several of the anonymous woodcut illustrations from the Aldine edition, including that of the title page. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 139810

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The War of Love That Poliphilus Dreamt,: COLONNA, Francesco.

COLONNA, Francesco.

Verlag: New Haven: The Bibliographical Press in Sterlin Memorial Library, Yale University, by W. Marvin Kendrick, [1980] (1980)

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Beschreibung: New Haven: The Bibliographical Press in Sterlin Memorial Library, Yale University, by W. Marvin Kendrick, [1980], 1980. Folio. Original pale yellow wrappers, Greek text and Aldine anchor device to front in red. Small closed tear at the head of front and rear wrapper, a few trivial spots or marks, excellent condition. Woodcut illustrations and initials reproduced from the 1499 Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. First edition thus, number 10 of 50 copies printed, signed by the printer Marvin Kendrick on the limitation page. This fine press edition presents the notably erotic last three chapters of the second book of the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, purportedly printed for the first time in English. The impression was made on Allegro Vellum paper by an 1839 Albion hand press. Of the 50 copies printed, we can trace only one recorded by OCLC in institutional libraries (Trinity College, Connecticut), making this a remarkably rare find. The dolphin and anchor emblem printed on the front cover is drawn from the illustrations in the original Hypnerotomachia, and is the same that Aldus Manutius co-opted for the symbol of his printing house. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 141003

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FRANCESCO COLONNA

Verlag: ANTENORE, PADOVA (1964)

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Beschreibung: ANTENORE, PADOVA, 1964. DUE VOLUMI PAGG 470 344 CM 33 TUTTA TELA COFANETTO ESEMPLARE 822. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 22025

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Beschreibung: Zustand: Used; Very Good. Attention edition de 1981. 2 volumes relies tres bon etat . Interieurs tres propres. Tranches piquees. Tome 1 - 240 pages + 379 pages. Tome II - 458 pages. Le songe de poliphile ou hypnerotomachie - ed. slatkine. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers M793LW

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