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Plictho

Gioanventura Rosetti

Plictho

instructions in the art of the dyers which teaches the dyeing of woolen cloths, linens, cottons, and silk by the great art as well as by the common. Translation of the first ed. of 1548

by Gioanventura Rosetti

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Published by M.I.T. Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dyes and dyeing

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sidney M. Edelstein and Hector C. Borghetty.
    ContributionsEdelstein, Sidney M., Borghetty, Hector C.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxvi, [4], 199 p.
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18995063M

    oldest book on dyeing - Plictho de Larte de Tentori by Giovanni Ventura Roseta (Venice ) - a name which Morriscannot help mistranscribing, as he asks Wardle what he owes for it, as 'Rossetti'.But let us not follow innocent Mackail into the forest ofold books: it was as a producer that Morris came to Leek. Giovanventura Rosetti is the author of Notandissimi secreti de l'arte profumatoria ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Plictho de Lar 3/5(1).

    of Fierz-David's book, where the jealously guarded basic chemical operations, as prac-ticed at I. G. Farben, were described in a practical way for the first time. 1 The first three sections of the Plictho are concerned with the dyeing of woolen, cotton, linen, and silk yarn and fabric, while the fourth treats the tanning and dyeing of leather. Immensely popular, the Sessa Dante of was reprinted in and Much less is known, however, about the other Commedia that appeared in Venice in the re-issue of the Marcolini Dante of , by another Venetian printer, Francesco Rampazetto.. Francesco Rampazetto is thought to have been born in Lases, in the northern region of Trentino, in the s.

    The World’s Most Famous Book on Glassmaking ‘The Art of Glass’ by Antonio Neri, M. Cable, editor. , Sheffield: The Society of Glass Technology reprint (Neri’s book had been first published in Italian in ) Krischel, R., Jacopo Tintoretto. , Cologne: Könemann. Plesters, J. . 17th-century editions of Plictho de larte de tentori by Gioanventura Rosetti, the "first printed book exclusively devoted to professional dyeing in Italy." Less exotic but important to dyeing in the United States is Asa Ellis's The Country Dyer's Assistant, the first edition of the first book .


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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This is a one-of-a-kind book, a 20th Century English translation of a 16th Century medieval treatise on the art of dyeing fibers.

As such, it is a treasure in its own right, but I hesitate to give it 5 stars for various reasons. This book, first published in Italian in ADwas the /5(2). The Plictho of Gioanventura Rosetti: Instructions in the Art of the Dyers Which Tecahes the Dyeing of Woolen Clothes, Linens, Cottons, And Silk by the Great Art As Well Plictho book by the Common by ROSETTI, Gioanvetura Book condition: A fine copy with slightest shelfwear to the slipcase Book Description.

In the manuals, the recipes for leather dyes are mixed with instructions on other related elements. The recipes are often mixed with dying instructions for other materials (such as linen, silk and even bone). In the case of the PLICTHO book (one of my main period sources for recipes), it also includes instructions on how to tan and prepare leather.

One of the most special books in our library is the Plictho. It's the oldest book in de library collection and it has a long title: 'Plictho de Larte de tentori che insegna tenger pani telle banbasi et sede si per larthe magiore come per la comune.' This means 'Instructions in the art of dyers which teaches the dyeing of woolen cloths, linnens, cottons and silk by the great art, as well as by.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The plictho of Gioanventura Rosetti by Gioanventura Rosetti, JThe MIT Press edition, Hardcover in EnglishPages: Plictho; instructions in the art of the dyers.

Cambridge, M.I.T. Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Giovanventura Rosetti; Sidney M Edelstein; Hector C. OCLC Number: Notes: Author's name, publisher, place of publication and date from colophon, p. [87]. Corrected date provided in Goldschmidt, E.P. Catalogueno.

38, based on Rodon y Font, Algo mas todavía acerca el 'Plictho de larte de tentori', in La bibliofilia 38 (), p. Established inthe MIT Press is one of the largest and most distinguished university presses in the world and a leading publisher of books and journals at the intersection of science, technology, art, social science, and design.

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"This book was published in conjunction with the exhibition “Beyond Boundaries - Tents of the Islamic World” in cooperation with the Ethnography Museum, Hamburg, Germany in The Plictho was the first printed monograph in Europe devoted to dyes and dyeing. More. Add to Cart. Price: I'd like to be notified of new arrivals in the.

Book Details: This lot consists of eight volumes featuring the history of bookbinding and printing, as shown in the corresponding images. Titles in this group include: The Practice of Typography: Modern Methods of Book Composition; A Treatise on Type-Setting by Hand and by Machine and on the Proper Arrangement and Imposition of Pages, by Theodore Low de Vinne, ; illustrated.

The Plictho was the first technical book on dyeing to be published. Its writer, Rosetti, superintendent of the armory in Venice, gathered to- gether dyeing recipes and processes as used at that time in Venice, Genoa, Florence, and in other Italian cities.

Practically nothing is known about Rosetti other than the fact that he was born in Venice and. The MIT Press is committed to re-imagining what a university press can be. Known for iconic design, rigorous scholarship, and creative technology, the Press advances knowledge by publishing significant works by pioneering international MIT Press is the only university press in the.

Dyers from the Plictho. The Plictho is the first printed book devoted entirely to the art of dyeing. Printed in the mid-sixteenth century in Italy, It contains hundreds of recipes for dyeing red, black and other colors.

To the left, two dyers are dyeing silk skeins. The dye vat is smaller than those shown in earlier pictures, and is made of wood. The transcription in this book is Dutch, but several of the recipes were transcribed word-for-word into the later 16th century English work, A Profitable Book.

Braekman, W. Dat Batement van Recepten: Een secreetboek uit de zestiende eeuw Pub. in the Scripta Series on Mediaeval and Renaissance Text 7 Studies, #25,English, Italian, Book, Illustrated edition: The Plictho; instructions in the art of the dyers: which teaches the dyeing of woolen cloths, linens, cottons, and.

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In this case, they means 16th-century Italian dyers like the ones who sold Gioanventura Rosetti their methods for his book The Plictho.

There are six recipes in the Plictho that deal with dyeing blue with indigo and/or woad: #53, #57, #, #, #, and #Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.