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2 edition of Reynold Stone"s bookplates. found in the catalog.

Reynold Stone"s bookplates.

Chambers, David

Reynold Stone"s bookplates.

by Chambers, David

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stone, Reynolds, -- 1909-1979.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 148-172
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21782333M

      The genius of Reynolds Stone: if you’ve seen the colophon on a book published by the Folio Society or Hamish Hamilton or logos, programmes, bookplates . I also have a separate bookplate which I use for any book that’s not Vampires in America. And I have stickers for all of the Vampires in America books. They’re x with each of the new individual covers, which you theoretically can use along with the bookplate, or or anything else you want.

    Her bookplates rely on the flourishes and curlicues of Stone and Leo Wyatt rather than the classic simplicity and elegance of Eric Gill, Johnston and Philip Hagreen. Bloomfield did produce wood engravings for some books. The first was a commission from Penguin - . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

      Good Handwriting and How to acquire it by John C Tarr, price 5 shillings net. Elements of Reynolds stone are apparent in the bookplate of John C Tann used on the cover. , with a small sticker indicating my father bought it at Heffers in Cambrige. Good handwriting doesn't seem terribly important nowadays, unlike what brand of trainers one : K.   Thousands of books given to the University of California’s Bancroft Library by the Hearst family and poet Robert Duncan (in Bembo) have an example of my printing in them, executed while I was an apprentice at Arif Press in Berkeley. A favorite early job was the large bookplate for Sam Bercholz, co-founder of Shambhala Books in Berkeley in


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Reynold Stone"s bookplates by Chambers, David Download PDF EPUB FB2

Biography. Stone was born on 13 March at Eton College, where both his grandfather, E. Stone, and father, E. Stone, were assistant masters. He was educated there and at Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he obtained a degree in history in He had no clear idea of his future, and, at the suggestion of Francis Scott, a young don at Magdalene, almost drifted into a two-year.

Celebrating the wood engravings and lettering of Reynolds Stone CBE RDI. Reynolds Stone (–79) combined the skills of wood engraver, type designer, letter cutter and watercolour painter. Although his name may never have spread beyond a small coterie, and is now largely forgotten, Stone is present for some of us whenever we need to prove our identity at home or when travelling abroad: it is his version of the Royal Arms that has been on UK passports since he.

Raymond Lister – Society Ironworker and writer on Romantic Watercolourists, designed by Reynolds Stone. Brian M Warner. A mass produced bookplate by D.W who is unknown to me.

Trevor and Anne Martin. Hengrave Hall library bookplate. Hengrave Hall is a Tudor manor house near Bury St. Reynold Stones bookplates. book and has been a nunnery. It is now a wedding venue. Sep 4, - Explore Inkshed Press's board "Reynolds Stone", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Wood engraving, Stone, Reynolds pins. Reynolds Stone was born in After finishing his degree at Magdalene College Cambridge, he became an unofficial apprentice at the Cambridge University Press and began to experiment with engraving on metal and wood.

He engraved his first bookplate at the printing firm of Barnicott and Pearce, before leaving to engrave full time. The distinguished wood engraver Reynolds Stone helped champion a renaissance in good printing and type design, and was an accomplished watercolour painter and letter cutter in stone.

Reynolds Stone is richly illustrated with engravings, drawings, watercolours and photographs. Yet its principal delight is that its author is Reynolds. Reynolds Stone’s bookplate for Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten, Stone supplied versions in additional colours to the black and white design: it also appeared in sepia, blue and red.

A now familiar sight to Library visitors, six relatively fresh copies of the plate made their appearance on the 22 JunePears’ birthday, with a. After an apprenticeship with Cambridge University Press, Stone’s career quickly blossomed. Commissions poured in for bookplates, designs and illustrations.

In Reynolds and his wife Janet bought a house in Litton Cheney in the Bride Valley. The Old Rectory’s ponds and wild garden provided Reynolds with the inspiration and seclusion he.

In the meantime, if you haven’t read my Vampires yet, or if you know someone else who might like the books, JABRIL’s ebook is available for only $ untilon all the usual e-platforms.

An Overview of Principal Styles of Bookplates in Britain Early Printed Labels and Heraldic Bookplates In the 16th century bookplates flourished in Germany, several early ones having been engraved by Durer, but there were at that time few examples in the British Isles: Cardinals Wolsey and Beaton used painted coats of arms (though only single examples are known), some of.

Making Their Mark: Reynolds Stone and Years of London Library Iconography 11th March posted by londonlibrary. On 13 March it will be years since the birth of the designer, engraver and master letter cutter Reynolds Stone () who is responsible for one of the Library’s most distinctive pieces of branding: the London Library book label.

Newsletter no. 52, Marchfeatures Dianne Longley's guide on printing bookplates from photopolymer plates, an article by the Editor on appropriation of old bookplate designs for new owners, the story of the bookplate for Colours of a life: the life and times of Douglas MacDiarmid, and the obituary for Ian Stubbin, librarian, book collector.

Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Reynolds Stone (illustrator). First Edition. Printed at the Curwen Press on Basingwerk parchment and profusely illustrated with wood engravings of Stone's book illustrations, bookplates and prints.

The d/j has a small closed tear. payment by credit card through ABE. Paypal accepted. Reynolds Stone was born at Eton inwhere both his father and grandfather were house masters.

He read history at Magdalene College Cambridge. After taking his degree, inhe became an unofficial apprentice at the Cambridge University Press under Walter Lewis. A small part of Stone’s legacy involved Princeton University Press and the design of the Princeton University Library’s bookplate, still used today [above].

Engraver and designer Reynold Stone (), named after his ancestor, Sir Joshua Reynolds, went to Magdalene College, Cambridge to read history before starting work in as a. We use cookies to make our website work more efficiently, to provide you with more personalised services or advertising to you, and to analyse traffic on our website.

Sandy Malcolm, my London bibliophile friend, also collects John Carter, and even has a book or two from his library - the dirty dog.

- so we went halves on an auction for the Carter bookplates. The John Waynflete Carter bookplate was reportedly cut on wood by Reynolds Stone around Stone reportedly cut the John Carter bookplate around First U.S.

edition though printed by the Curwen Press in England with a new title page. 40 pages of introductory remarks and notes on Stone's engravings followed by pages of reproductions of the engravings done in red, blue and black. Get this from a library. Reynolds Stone, an exhibition held in the Library of the Victoria and Albert Museum from 21 July to 31 October [National Art Library (Great Britain);].

The bookplate collection of Arthur W. Dorling, one of the foremost collectors of bookplate art, will be auctioned at Bonham's on Ma in two, huge lots. For James Bertie, The Dorling collection, alphabetically arranged and, for the most part, mounted in twenty-one volumes, includes the bookplates of Queen Victoria, William IV."FROM ANOTHER LOVER OF BOOKS AND JOURNEYS": FIRST EDITION OF REYNOLDS STONE ENGRAVINGS, INSCRIBED, ANNOTATED, AND SIGNED THREE TIMES BY MIDDLE EAST EXPLORER FREYA STARK TO INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN RELIEF DOCTOR WILLIAM GUNN (STARK, Freya) REYNOLDS, Stone, Reynolds Stone Engravings.

London: John Murray, (). .Sumner Stone ’67, the influential type designer for Adobe, notably of the Stone family of types, studied with Reynolds at Reed College in the s.

He said “Reynolds was an incredibly charismatic teacher, and his interests were somewhat broader than the traditional academic program of Reed at that time.