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New Directions in Bookbinding.

Smith (P.)

Edité par StudioVista,, 1974
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4to. 208pp. Numerous text-illus., some in color. Original cloth, internally spotted. Dust jacket. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : New Directions in Bookbinding.
Éditeur : StudioVista,
Date d'édition : 1974
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Good

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Smith, P.
Edité par Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974 (1974)
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Couverture rigide Edition originale Quantité : 1
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Wykeham Books
(LONDON, Royaume-Uni)
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Description du livre Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974, 1974. Cloth, cover illustration, folio, 208 pp, numerous ills (some colour). From the blurb: "Bookbinding in its highest form is a creative art, and though there have been many books dealing with the subject at the 'practical craft' level, this is the first to deal in depth with the art of bookbinding. Philip Smith is a bookbinder of international repute, and his book opens new vistas for the practical bookbinder who wishes to extend his work into hitherto unexplored realms. Endless creative possibilities are at the bookbinder's disposal, and Philip Smith has experimented with new and evocative finishes that appeal both to the visual and tactile senses. His sections on feathered onlays, maril, and the book wall are particularly exciting. As well as developing his creative ideas, Philip Smith draws upon the extensive knowledge of conservation techniques of Roger Powell and also Tony Cains, who did so much for the National Library in Florence after the disastrous flooding a few years ago. New Directions in Bookbinding is, indeed, a pioneering work. It presents bookbinding as an exciting 'canvas' for the creative artist working in other media, as well as encouraging the practising bookbinder to a more creative attitude to his craft. Librarians, book collectors, and bibliophiles will also find it of tremendous value and interest." Booklabel on front pastedown endpaper and name on half-title, occasional minor spotting, otherwise Good in dustwrapper. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-40298

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Smith, P.
Edité par Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974 (1974)
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Wykeham Books
(LONDON, Royaume-Uni)
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[?]

Description du livre Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974, 1974. Cloth, cover illustration, folio, 208 pp, numerous ills (some colour). From the blurb: "Bookbinding in its highest form is a creative art, and though there have been many books dealing with the subject at the 'practical craft' level, this is the first to deal in depth with the art of bookbinding. Philip Smith is a bookbinder of international repute, and his book opens new vistas for the practical bookbinder who wishes to extend his work into hitherto unexplored realms. Endless creative possibilities are at the bookbinder's disposal, and Philip Smith has experimented with new and evocative finishes that appeal both to the visual and tactile senses. His sections on feathered onlays, maril, and the book wall are particularly exciting. As well as developing his creative ideas, Philip Smith draws upon the extensive knowledge of conservation techniques of Roger Powell and also Tony Cains, who did so much for the National Library in Florence after the disastrous flooding a few years ago. New Directions in Bookbinding is, indeed, a pioneering work. It presents bookbinding as an exciting 'canvas' for the creative artist working in other media, as well as encouraging the practising bookbinder to a more creative attitude to his craft. Librarians, book collectors, and bibliophiles will also find it of tremendous value and interest." Signed and dated by the author at the end of his preface. Very Good in Very Good dustwrapper. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-43447

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Smith, P.
Edité par Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974 (1974)
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Couverture rigide Edition originale Signé Quantité : 1
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Wykeham Books
(LONDON, Royaume-Uni)
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[?]

Description du livre Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974, 1974. Cloth, cover illustration, folio, 208 pp, numerous ills (some colour). From the blurb: "Bookbinding in its highest form is a creative art, and though there have been many books dealing with the subject at the 'practical craft' level, this is the first to deal in depth with the art of bookbinding. Philip Smith is a bookbinder of international repute, and his book opens new vistas for the practical bookbinder who wishes to extend his work into hitherto unexplored realms. Endless creative possibilities are at the bookbinder's disposal, and Philip Smith has experimented with new and evocative finishes that appeal both to the visual and tactile senses. His sections on feathered onlays, maril, and the book wall are particularly exciting. As well as developing his creative ideas, Philip Smith draws upon the extensive knowledge of conservation techniques of Roger Powell and also Tony Cains, who did so much for the National Library in Florence after the disastrous flooding a few years ago. New Directions in Bookbinding is, indeed, a pioneering work. It presents bookbinding as an exciting 'canvas' for the creative artist working in other media, as well as encouraging the practising bookbinder to a more creative attitude to his craft. Librarians, book collectors, and bibliophiles will also find it of tremendous value and interest." Signed by the author at the end of the Preface. Fine in Fine dustwrapper. With a corrected index page tipped-in. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-41197

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Smith, P.
Edité par Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974 (1974)
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Couverture rigide Edition originale Signé Quantité : 1
Vendeur
Wykeham Books
(LONDON, Royaume-Uni)
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[?]

Description du livre Studio Vista, London / Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, first edition, 1974, 1974. Rexine, cover illustration, folio, 208 pp, numerous ills (some colour). From the blurb: "Bookbinding in its highest form is a creative art, and though there have been many books dealing with the subject at the 'practical craft' level, this is the first to deal in depth with the art of bookbinding. Philip Smith is a bookbinder of international repute, and his book opens new vistas for the practical bookbinder who wishes to extend his work into hitherto unexplored realms. Endless creative possibilities are at the bookbinder's disposal, and Philip Smith has experimented with new and evocative finishes that appeal both to the visual and tactile senses. His sections on feathered onlays, maril, and the book wall are particularly exciting. As well as developing his creative ideas, Philip Smith draws upon the extensive knowledge of conservation techniques of Roger Powell and also Tony Cains, who did so much for the National Library in Florence after the disastrous flooding a few years ago. New Directions in Bookbinding is, indeed, a pioneering work. It presents bookbinding as an exciting 'canvas' for the creative artist working in other media, as well as encouraging the practising bookbinder to a more creative attitude to his craft. Librarians, book collectors, and bibliophiles will also find it of tremendous value and interest." Signed by the author at the end of his preface. Loosely laid in are two typed letters signed by Philip Smith (1987 and 1990, about 250 and 500 words respectivey) to another bookbinder including detailed discussion of some technical bookbinding issues and each including a small sketch. Also laid in is a card signed by Philip Smith illustrating his 1987-88 binding for Eric Gill's The Four Gospels. Very Good in Very Good dustwrapper. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-30582

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