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Theodore Low De Vinne, printer.

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Published by Priv. print., The De Vinne Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • De Vinne, Theodore Low, 1828-1914.,
  • De Vinne, Theodore Low, 1828-1914 -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Note signed: J. W. B. [i. e. James W. Bothwell]

    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsBothwell, James W., Bullen, Henry Lewis, 1857-1938., Granniss, Ruth S. 1872-1954.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ232 .D52
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. l., 3-111, [1] p.
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6583569M
    LC Control Number16001390
    OCLC/WorldCa4127132

    In May printer and printing writer and historian Theodore Low De Vinne published "The Growth of Wood-Cut Printing II. The Modern Method by Machines" in Scribners Monthly, Vol pp. This historically oriented article traced the development of woodcut reproduction processes as they were adapted and greatly improved for printing machines versus the hand press. SIDELIGHTS: Theodore Low De Vinne was one of America's most important printers, not just for his workmanship and innovations, but also for his contributions as historian and book collector. One of the first to credit Johannes Gutenberg for the invention of Western printing, he collected many books on Americana, the history of printing, and typographical reference.

    Irene Tichenor NO ART WITHOUT CRAFT The Life of Theodore Low De Vinne, Printer 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover New York David R Godine Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Boards slightly discolored. Gift inscription from author half title Rating: % positive. This full-scale biography of Theodore Low De Vinne (–) explores the life of a seminal figure in the history of American printing. De Vinne was born in upstate New York, the son of an itinerant Methodist preacher. It is unclear what propelled him into the world of printing, but once he discovered it, he never let it go.

    Author of The practice of typography, Correct composition, The printers' price list, A treatise on title-pages, Book composition, Title-pages as seen by a printer, Plain printing types, Christopher Plantin, and the Plantin-Moretus museum at Antwerp.   Page:Historic printing types, a lecture read before the Grolier club of New York, Janu , with additions and new illustrations; by De Vinne, Theodore Low, .


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print., The De Vinne Press Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. No one has earned a place in the annals of American printing history more solidly than Theodore Low De Vinne (–). His encyclopedic understanding of the craft, his advancement of its technology and design, his appreciation of its history, his business leadership, and his many writings earned him, among his contemporaries, the designation “Dean of American Printers.”.

Theodore Low De Vinne dominated that industry, which suggests that the publishing standard they would raise had more to do with printing than it did authorial subjects and technique.

Susan O. Thompson called De Vinne a “jobbing printer on a grand scale.”[2] In the ancient manner, De Vinne had risen from apprentice to the rank of master. New York: Privately Printed, First Edition.

Hardcover. Cloth-backed boards; vi pages. Printed by the De Vinne Press in the Renner type De Vinne designed, on Umbria handmade paper. Illustrated with a portrait frontispiece of De Vinne with his signature below, possibly printed, and a gravure of a bronze bust by Chester Beach.

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De Vinne, Theodore Low, LoC No. Title: The Invention of Printing. A Collection of Facts and Opinions, Descriptive of Early Prints and Playing Cards, the Block-Books of the Fifteenth Century, the Legend of Lourens Janszoon Coster, of Haarlem, and the Work of John Gutenberg and His Associates Language: English: LoC Class.

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WorldCat record id: Scholar and historian noted for his knowledge of the history of printing; owner of Theo. DeVinne & Co. Theodore Low De Vinne (Decem – Febru ) was an American printer and scholarly author on typography. De Vinne did much for the improvement of American printing. Buy theodore low de vinne Books at Shop amongst our popular books, includ The Printers' Price List, The Practice of Typography and more from theodore low de vinne.

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DE VINNE, Theodore Low (), printer. At New York printed and sold by William Bradford, printer to their Majesties King William & Queen Mary. Theodore Low De Vinne Works. The Invention of Printing () Historic Printing Types () Plain A revision of his earlier Title Pages as seen by a Printer, published by the Grolier Club in ; Modern Methods of Book Composition () (The Practice of Typography.

Theodore L. De Vinne, American author of many scholarly books on the history of typography. De Vinne entered the employ of Francis Hart, one of the leading printers in New York City, in and became a member of the firm in.

Theodore Low De Vinne, a leading New York typographer and printer who was one of nine men who founded the Grolier Club (an organization devoted to the history of printing), had the building constructed for his printing company. The press printed several leading American magazines, including the St.

Nicholas Magazine, Scribner's Monthly and The ect: Babb, Cook & Willard.Theodore Low De Vinne / by Carl Purington Rollins ; together with a list of De Vinne's writings, his reflections on the Century typeface, and an interview with Mr.

De Vinne at seventy-five --v. 2. Theodore Low De Vinne: reporter (The Plantin-Moretus Museum at Antwerp), printer (The growth of wood-cut printing), biographer (The first editor, Aldus).Theodore Low De Vinne & Co.

In conjunction with the wonderful exhibition “The Dean of American Printers: Theodore Low De Vinne and the Art Preservative of All Arts,” currently on view at the Grolier Club in New York City, a tour was held of the landmark De Vinne .