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IL LIBRO D'ORE DI BONAPARTE GHISLIERI. [THE: FACSIMILE PUBLICATION -

FACSIMILE PUBLICATION - ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS, EARLY)

Verlag: Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena (2008)

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Beschreibung: Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena, 2008. No. 201 OF 980 COPIES. 216 x 152 mm. (8 1/2 x 6"). 136 leaves (in the facsimile). Three volumes (including two volumes of commentary, one in German and one in Italian). No. 201 OF 980 COPIES. SUMPTUOUS RED MOROCCO, central panel of each cover with thin open-work black leather in an ornate vine pattern laid over blue and gold silk, creating a stained glass effect, the leatherwork incorporating floral circles painted in red and gold, three large medallions arranged down the center of the panel, those at head and tail of red morocco painted in a black, gold, and blue pattern and with a large, round semi-precious stone at the middle, the central medallion comprising a miniature on silk, that on the upper cover of the Archangel Gabriel, that on the lower cover of the Virgin Mary; raised bands, spine diapered in blind, with a single gilt dot at the center of each lozenge; floral silver cornerpieces and two clasps, red morocco doublures framed in silver, doublure panels with intricate decoration in gilt and black, large central medallion of open-work black leather over blue silk with a molded leather profile of Julius Caesar at center, ivory watered silk endleaves, all edges gilt and gauffered. In a padded, silk-lined cream-colored suede box with an enamel medallion on the upper cover. BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED THROUGHOUT: with many ornamental initials, elaborate floral extensions and partial borders, a tondo miniature at the foot of each calendar page, seven historiated initials with full borders, and five full-page miniatures, each by a different Italian master. In mint condition. This sophisticated Book of Hours was produced in 1503 at the behest of Bonaparte Ghislieri, a member of an important Bolognese family. In commissioning it, Ghislieri wanted to bring together several of the most famous artists of the period, each of whom was called upon to create a full-page miniature. The intention was to offer a sort of miniature anthology of the best that the Bologna school of illumination could produce at the time. Consequently, we see a succession of works by: Amico Aspertini (Adoration of the Shepherds), Lorenzo Costa (King David and his Lyre), Il Francia (Francesco Raibolini) (Saint Jerome), Matteo da Milano, (Annunciation), and Perugino, (St. Sebastian). This last is the only miniature ever painted by Raphael's teacher. Bologna was also the home of the scribe, Pierantonio Sallando, who taught grammar at the University of Bologna and was to become a famous professor of writing. The codex passed from the Ghislieris to the Albani family of Urbino, where it is documented in the 18th century; the following century it reached England, where it was purchased by Henry Yates Thompson in 1897. Since 1941 it has been kept in the British Library. This sophisticated Book of Hours was produced in 1503 at the behest of Bonaparte Ghislieri, a member of an important Bolognese family. In commissioning it, Ghislieri wanted to bring together several of the most famous artists of the period, each of whom was called upon to create a full-page miniature. The intention was to offer a sort of miniature anthology of the best that the Bologna school of illumination could produce at the time. Consequently, we see a succession of works by: Amico Aspertini (Adoration of the Shepherds), Lorenzo Costa (King David and his Lyre), Il Francia (Francesco Raibolini) (Saint Jerome), Matteo da Milano, (Annunciation), and Perugino, (St. Sebastian). This last is the only miniature ever painted by Raphael's teacher. Bologna was also the home of the scribe, Pierantonio Sallando, who taught grammar at the University of Bologna and was to become a famous professor of writing. The codex passed from the Ghislieris to the Albani family of Urbino, where it is documented in the 18th century; the following century it reached England, where it was purchased by Henry Yates Thompson in 1897. Since 1941 it has been kept in the British Library. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers ST12207

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IL LIBRO D'ORE DI BONAPARTE GHISLIERI: Medica, Massimo

Medica, Massimo

Verlag: Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena (2008)

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Beschreibung: Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena, 2008. Illuminated Manuscripts (illustrator). 8vo. morocco binding adorned with silver and enamel work and semi-preciuos stones, clamshell case. 274, 247 pages. Facsimile with accompanying hardcover commentary. One of 980 copies. This extremely refined masterwork of the Italian Renaissance (1503) was commissioned by Bonaparte Ghislieri, who belonged to a leading family of Bologna. Also Bolognese was the calligrapher, Pietro Antonio Sallando (a grammarian at the city's university and a renowned calligraphy master). A treasury of masterpieces: Ghislieri's intention was to produce a small anthology of the finest illuminations in central and northern Italy. To this end he called upon a number of the leading artists of this period, each of whom was to produce a full-page illumination. Thus, we find works by Amico Aspertini (Adoration of the Shepherds), Perugino (San Sebastiano), Lorenzo Costa (David with lyre), Francesco Francia (San Gerolamo), and, in all likelihood, Matteo da Milano (Annunciation). Marvellous embellishments: Notable, too, are the embellishments framing the illustrations, produced with an abundance of floral motifs and references to the classic tradition. Indeed, a number of pages include fragile, fantastic, grotesque figures inspired by the decor of the Grotte (caves) of the Esquiline Hill in Rome (the site of the buried remains of Neros Domus Aurea, or Golden House, which, when uncovered in 1480, immediately attracted the attention of the artists of that period). The elaborate binding: The morocco binding, with its finely executed floral motifs on polychrome silk satin, is quite remarkable. The covers are adorned with two bezels or settings for semi-precious stones and two centrally positioned roundels for the figures of the Annunciation. Patronage: The works original owner (as indicated by the coat of arms) was Bonaparte Ghislieri, who was elected a senator in Bologna following the assassination of his father, Virgilio, in 1523. When the codex was produced, Bonaparte Ghislieri was still rather young and it may be that this Libro d'Ore had been commissioned by Bonapartes father for his sons use. The codex passed from the house of Ghislieri into the hands of the Albani family of Urbino, where, according to record, it was to be found in the eighteenth century. In the nineteenth century, the work reached Britain, where it was purchased by Henry Yates Thompson in 1897. It has been at the British Library since 1941. The Commentary: The work is accompanied by a book with commentary, edited by Massimo Medica, with writings by Giancarlo Benevolo, Peter Kidd and Massimo Medica. Facsimile is present with the accompanying commentary and a clamshell case. morocco binding adorned with silver and enamel work and semi-preciuos stones, clamshell case. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 105364

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Medica Massimo a Cura Di ( Per Il Commentario )

Verlag: Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena (2007)

ISBN 10: 8882909891 ISBN 13: 9788882909895

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Beschreibung: Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena, 2007. Couverture rigide. Zustand: Neuf. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Neuf. Edition originale. Title: Il libro d'ore di Bonaparte Ghislieri [Riproduzione integrale del codice Yates Thompson Ms 29 della British Library di Londra] Author: Price: Euro 9.500.00.- ISBN: Description: Modena 2007 Franco Cosimo Panini, . 21cm., 274pp. facsimile with separate commentary volume. Edition of 980 copies. "Questo raffinatissimo Libro d'Ore fu scritto nel 1503 per Bonaparte Ghislieri, membro di una importante famiglia bolognese. Le miniature. Nel commissionare questo codice, il Ghislieri volle riunire alcuni artisti fra i più famosi dell¿epoca, chiamati a realizzare ciascuno una miniatura a piena pagina, nell¿intento di offrire quasi una piccola antologia del meglio che la scuola bolognese di miniatura poteva offrire in quegli anni. Vediamo così succedersi la mano del Perugino nel San Sebastiano (la sola miniatura esistente del grande pittore), di Amico Aspertini nell¿Adorazione dei pastori, del Costa nel David con la cetra, e del Francia nel San Gerolamo. Mirabile è anche la decorazione delle cornici delle miniature, ricca di riferimenti classici, con alcune puntuali citazioni dalla decorazione della Domus Aurea. La legatura è sontuosa e principesca: la copertina in pelle di capra della edizione in facsimile riproduce esattamente l¿originale, con impressioni in oro e a secco. Il finissimo intarsio con motivi floreali intrecciati è adagiato su un fondo di raso di seta multicolore, mentre due castoni di argento con pietre dure (acquamarina e ambra) impreziosiscono entrambi i piatti della copertina. La legatura presenta infine due tondi incastonati in cornici d¿argento raffiguranti l¿Angelo annunciante (sul piatto anteriore) e la Vergine (sul piatto posteriore), che fanno del Libro d'Ore Ghislieri uno scrigno di impareggiabile preziosità".Language : commentary italian text L¿opera è accompagnata da un volume di commento a cura di Massimo Medica, con contributi di Giancarlo Benevolo, Peter Kidd e Massimo Medica. - Nascondi l'indice del Commentario IL LIBRO D¿ORE GHISLIERI Commentario al Codice a cura di Massimo Medica Collana: "La Miniatura" Un volume rilegato con impressioni in oro e sovraccoperta stampata a 4 colori Formato: cm 17 x 24 Pagine 240 ca. con 30 illustrazioni in bianco e nero e a colori Il Libro d¿Ore di Bonaparte Ghislieri ¿ Commentario al Codice Codice Yates Thompson Ms 29 British Library di Londra a cura di Massimo Medica Saggi di Giancarlo Benevolo, Massimo Medica, Peter Kidd L¿OPERA Il volume, che esce in occasione della pubblicazione del facsimile Panini del Libro d¿Ore Ghislieri, è il più esauriente e aggiornato commento storico-critico su questo bellissimo codice miniato, scritto nel 1503 per il nobile bolognese Bonaparte Ghislieri e illustrato da alcuni tra i maggiori pittori e miniatori dell¿epoca, da Amico Aspertini a Lorenzo Costa, da Francesco Francia al Perugino, presente in questo libro-pinacoteca con la sua unica miniatura firmata, il "Martirio di san Sebastiano". Stupenda è anche la legatura, caratterizzata da un finissimo lavoro di intaglio. Il volume, curato dal maggiore esperto di miniatura bolognese, ricostruisce con due saggi dello stesso Medica la storia della miniatura a Bologna fra Quattro e Cinquecento e le varie fasi decorative del manoscritto, ripercorre per mano di Giancarlo Benevolo le vicende della nobile famiglia Ghislieri, e illustra infine grazie a Peter Kidd il contenuto e le caratteristiche del codice. COMMENTARIO : Un volume rilegato con sovraccoperta a colori Formato: cm 15,5 x 21,5 Pagine 248 con 116 illustrazioni a colori Prezzo: 9500,00.- Facsimile e commentario Codice: [9788882909895] Peso: 0,65 kg commentario Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena, 2008. Facsimile with accompanying hardcover commentary. One of 980 copies. This extremely refined masterwork of the Italian Renaissance (1503) was commissioned by Bonaparte Ghislieri, who belonged to a leading family of Bologna. Also Bolognese was the calligrapher, Pietro Antonio Sallando (a grammarian at the citys university and a renowned callig. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 003943

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