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Author Name    Henry Lewis Johnson (1867-1937).

Title   Decorative Ornaments and Alphabets of the Renaissance.

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Collectible: Very Good

Type   Paperback

Publisher   New York: Dover Publications, 1991

ISBN Number    0486266052 / 9780486266053

Seller ID   CH814-326

Dover Pictorial Archives Series. FACSIMILE REPRINT. 4to. 12 1/8 x 9 5/16 inches. (xiv), 187 pp. Illustrated in black-and-white throughout, glossary, bibliography; pencil notations on title page, otherwise clean and unmarked. Color pictorial wrappers; bindings square and tight, light use / shelf wear. Very Good. This volume was first published in Boston by the Graphic Arts Company in 1923. Typographical ornamentation flourished in the gifted hands of Renaissance artisans, whose mastery of intricate graphic embellishment set high standards for the art of the printed page. This volume contains over a thousand examples of the finest work of these inspired craftsmen. Henry Lewis Johnson was a well-known early twentieth-century American printer and editor, and a collector and connoisseur of the printing and graphic arts.

Henry Lewis Johnson, Decorative Ornaments and Alphabets of the Renaissance, Graphic Arts

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