The Resource Variae architecturae formae, a Ioanne Vredemanni Vriesio magno artis huius studiosorum commodo, inuentae, (electronic resource)

Variae architecturae formae, a Ioanne Vredemanni Vriesio magno artis huius studiosorum commodo, inuentae, (electronic resource)

Label
Variae architecturae formae
Title
Variae architecturae formae
Statement of responsibility
a Ioanne Vredemanni Vriesio magno artis huius studiosorum commodo, inuentae
Title variation
Variae architectvrae formae
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
NNC
Citation location within source
  • V (4) & VI (4)
  • XLVII, 51-71 & 72-100
Citation source
  • Mielke, H. Vredeman de Vries
  • Hollstein Dutch & Flemish
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1527-approximately 1604
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Vredeman de Vries, Hans
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
NA2635
LC item number
.V7
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
16th cent
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Doetecam, Jan van
  • Doetechum, Lucas van
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Architecture
  • Perspective
Label
Variae architecturae formae, a Ioanne Vredemanni Vriesio magno artis huius studiosorum commodo, inuentae, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Preliminary leaf is engraved title. Plates 1-20 were first published by Hieronymus Cock around 1560-1562 as an independent work. They were republished in 1601 by Theodor Galle as part of the 1st ed. of the present work; see Mielke, VI (1)-(4). The 2nd ed. by Theodor's son Jan is undated but in Hollstein it is placed ca. 1636-40. The views of building interiors, courtyards, and city streets with canals are placed within oval frames set in rectangles, the corners of which are filled with ornament of various sorts. The level-perspective views were intended for designers of intarsia. They were etched to resemble engraving by the Van Doetecum brothers (Hollstein). In the plates where it appeared, Cock's name as printer was successively replaced by those of Theodor and Jan Galle (though "T. Galle" remains on plate 20)
  • Plates 21-48 were first published by Cock in 1562 as an independent work. They were republished in 1601 by Theodor Galle as part of the 1st ed. of the present work, and republished by Jan; see Mielke, V (1)-(4). The etchers are again given as the Van Doetecum brothers in Hollstein. As in the first 20 plates, Cock's name as printer was successively replaced by those of Theodor and Jan Galle. The representations of corridors in buildings, streets, canals, squares and separate palaces are mostly bird's-eye views, and as opposed to those in plates 1-20, most include human figures
  • Plate 49 was added to the work by Theodor Galle, and is apparently not after Vredeman de Vries; see Mielke, V (3)
Dimensions
20 x 29 cm.
Extent
[1] leaf, 49 leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Lccn
57051563
Note
  • Getty copy includes loosely inserted impressions of plates 2, 3, 4, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20. That of plate 20 bears the legend: H. Cock excudebat, suggesting that it and presumably the 7 other insertions as well are from Cock's ed. of ca. 1560-1562.
  • Binding: stiffened blue-gray paper. Hand-written label on front cover with title & author.
  • Centered on front pastedown is Giovanni Muzio's etched bookplate by Giacomo Manz├╣, now covered by the bookplate of the Getty Center Library.
Other physical details
chiefly ill. (etching)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(CaSfIA)variaearchitectu00vred
Label
Variae architecturae formae, a Ioanne Vredemanni Vriesio magno artis huius studiosorum commodo, inuentae, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Preliminary leaf is engraved title. Plates 1-20 were first published by Hieronymus Cock around 1560-1562 as an independent work. They were republished in 1601 by Theodor Galle as part of the 1st ed. of the present work; see Mielke, VI (1)-(4). The 2nd ed. by Theodor's son Jan is undated but in Hollstein it is placed ca. 1636-40. The views of building interiors, courtyards, and city streets with canals are placed within oval frames set in rectangles, the corners of which are filled with ornament of various sorts. The level-perspective views were intended for designers of intarsia. They were etched to resemble engraving by the Van Doetecum brothers (Hollstein). In the plates where it appeared, Cock's name as printer was successively replaced by those of Theodor and Jan Galle (though "T. Galle" remains on plate 20)
  • Plates 21-48 were first published by Cock in 1562 as an independent work. They were republished in 1601 by Theodor Galle as part of the 1st ed. of the present work, and republished by Jan; see Mielke, V (1)-(4). The etchers are again given as the Van Doetecum brothers in Hollstein. As in the first 20 plates, Cock's name as printer was successively replaced by those of Theodor and Jan Galle. The representations of corridors in buildings, streets, canals, squares and separate palaces are mostly bird's-eye views, and as opposed to those in plates 1-20, most include human figures
  • Plate 49 was added to the work by Theodor Galle, and is apparently not after Vredeman de Vries; see Mielke, V (3)
Dimensions
20 x 29 cm.
Extent
[1] leaf, 49 leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Lccn
57051563
Note
  • Getty copy includes loosely inserted impressions of plates 2, 3, 4, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20. That of plate 20 bears the legend: H. Cock excudebat, suggesting that it and presumably the 7 other insertions as well are from Cock's ed. of ca. 1560-1562.
  • Binding: stiffened blue-gray paper. Hand-written label on front cover with title & author.
  • Centered on front pastedown is Giovanni Muzio's etched bookplate by Giacomo Manz├╣, now covered by the bookplate of the Getty Center Library.
Other physical details
chiefly ill. (etching)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(CaSfIA)variaearchitectu00vred

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