The buildings of the German section. The gardens. Interior design and crafts. The German Education Exhibition. Book industry.
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The industrial hall. Exhibition of German engineering works. Technical equipment and plants. Machinery Department.
The railway hall. German exhibitors in the International Department.
Sotheby's sale includes masterworks from eminent aristocratic and private collections
Art in the German department. Awards of the German exhibitors in Brussels With large fold-out plan of the "Maschinenhalle" machine-hall , as issued. Sporadic and moderate offsetting and rubbing along edges of binding. Scarce in deluxe binding.
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Contemporary quarter calf and marbled paper over boards, gilt title and decorative devices and rules on spine, with S. A remnant of a printed label is affixed to the first blank endpaper; the previous owner, A. Bisey, whose large collection was acquired by the S. Auguste Belloc, born in Paris in , was a portrait miniaturist and watercolor painter.
By , Belloc was making portraits with the daguerreotype and calotype processes. In the mid 's, he was inventing, manufacturing and selling photographic supplies and equipment, which he continued until his death in In , Marconi reproduced and published Belloc's exquisite nudes, which were deemed pornographic at the time.
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The above listed volume is important as both a theoretical and historical account of the earliest photographic processes; it includes a beautifully produced portrait frontispiece by the photolithographic process which he discusses in the preface. Kuhn illustrateur. First ed. Folio, 50 pp. Text is further illustrated with over 40 additional photo-illustrations. Occasional foxing to the blank margins, not affecting the images. Illustrated wrappers with photogravure vignettes on the front and rear wrappers, which are moderately soiled and rubbed.
In all, this remains a very good example of a rare book. About this Item: Paris: J. This is the first French work on photomicrography to contain original mounted photographs. Former owner's stamp on the half-title and title. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie.
French: A Linguistic Introduction
Original brown cloth, stamped in gilt, a. Almost fine 30 photographs, one map at back. Quarter vellum gilt with spine label and marbled paper over boards. The original illustrated wrappers are bound in. An unusually fine and bright copy. An excellent survey of photographic processes to date. The largest portion is devoted to the daguerreotype - Valicourt was a practitioner of the process. Valicourt provides full descriptions of apparatus and chemicals, plates including daguerreotype and the various paper processes in use: collodion, albumen and gelatin, etc.
Also includes photomechanical techniques. Not listed in Roosens and Salu. About this Item: Charles Chevalier, Paris, Original printed paper wrappers; lacking the spine covering, with some chipping and staining.
Editions Internationales du Patrimoine
The text shows some staining and occasional spots of foxing, with one loose signature. Contemporary note on the blank terminal endpaper. A good copy. Housed in a newly made pamphlet box of paper over boards with printed labels. Julien Fau, a doctor of medicine in Paris, was a noted anatomist; in , he published the first of two works for artists with 24 beautifully rendered lithographic plates: Anatomie des formes exterieures du corps humain, a l'usage des peintres et des sculpteurs, a highly regarded work which is still available in a reprint with a translation of the text in English.
More information about this seller Contact this seller 7. Condition: bon. ROD Nombreuses figures en noir et blanc dans texte. Un signet. Dorures sur le dos.
Contemporary mottled sheep, gilt panelled spine, old paper label lettered 'M' to upper cover of vol. Rubbed, extremities rather more worn, joints starting, but secure. A good copy, internally very clean. More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Beinhaltet einen fingierten? Briefwechsel zwischen dem Franzosen "Antoine A. Seller Inventory a More information about this seller Contact this seller Couverture souple. Pas de jaquette. Cet album rassemble des vues des vieilles rues de Paris avant leur destruction lors des transformations de Paris sous le Second Empire.
Benmiloud, S. First, new parliaments 1. Following their establishment, oral legal codes were to be written down and approved by the Parliament of Paris. This process took more than a century to spread throughout France.
Although French law was not entirely unified until the French Revolution, the principle of a central legal authority, expressed in a single language, the language of the legal community in Paris, was set. In the later Middle Ages some grammatical descriptions of French were written in England, but the first French grammar appeared only in It was written by Jacques Dubois, a medical doctor from Picardy. The next grammar was written by Louis Meigret , a lawyer from Lyon.
The provincial origins of these authors were transparent in the linguistic forms sounds, words, and expressions that they prescribed, so their books were not accepted as defining a standard for all, especially not for the Parisian elite. Commentaries on the French language by Malherbe — , Vaugelas — , and others, sometimes in agreement with the grammarians, sometimes not, completed this work. Written documentation of a shared linguistic standard had the advantage of facilitating communication in a linguistically diverse country.
But the work of some authors spreading the newly forming standard quickly went beyond concerns of mutual intelligibility. The goal of the educational system, controlled by the Church until the late eighteenth century, was not to propagate the ways in which the urban social elite was speaking and writing in Paris, but to teach students the Latin that made religious texts accessible to them.