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Publisher is exactly "Bridwell Library Special Collections"
BRB0258 - pl XLVII-XLVIII
Art originals painted by Guido Reni, L. Jordeans, Houbraken, and others, and reproductions engraved by J.C. Zeitter.
Title on slipcase: Fifty illustrations of the gospel narrative from old masters : with exercises / by E.M. Lloyd.
BLAST, one of only two issues by Wyndham Lewis (1882–1957)
- Abraham Rattner: Twenty-four plates
Illustrated book about the art of Abraham Rattner
Seven Saxon Poems
Embossed seals and sculptural reliefs on the binding and case designed by Arnoldo Pomodoro. Verona, Italy: Plain Wrapper Press, 1974. Signed by the author and the sculptor below the colophon. Numbered 56 in an edition of one hundred twenty.
Images & Footsteps: A Poem
Nine stanzas with five etchings by Berta Moltke.
The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke
Edward Gordon Craig believed that actors should contribute symbolic, rather than emotive, performances is revealed in the woodcuts he prepared for Count Kessler’s Hamlet
Rythmes-couleurs is illustrated with eleven pochoirs (a refined stenciling technique used for making fine limited editions of stencil prints), including the cover.
Florentine edition of Homer, considered a significant edition of Greek literature.
Printed by Aldus Manutius (ca. 1450–1515).
Title proper romanized from Greek; contents listed on t.p. in Greek and Latin.
Imprint from colophon on verso of leaf 
Edited by Marcus Musurus and Aldo Manuzio.
Scholia, by Musurus, surrounds the text.
Leaves  and  blank.
Imprint from second colophon (M[Mu]4 recto). Rhodes gives title in Greek, '[Grammatikē eisagōgē]'. Signatures: a⁸ b[beta]-l[lamda]⁸, ²a⁸ b¹⁰, A[Alpha]-L[Lamda]⁸ M[Mu]⁴. Bound in 18th century boards, rebacked. 'Gaza' on spine. Sunderland…
A comprehensive etymological dictionary. Text in original Greek, some prefatory matter, colophon and terminal matter in Latin. Caption title, fol. alpha iii recto; imprint from colophon, fol.  verso. Ed. by Dēmētrios Chalkokondylēs,…
Modern goatskin binding by Bernard Middleton.
Greek title romanized.
Latin title in Goff: Etymologicum Magnum Graecum.
Edited by Marcus Musurus.
PROVENANCE: 1. erased inscription. 2. J. S. Pagnetti(?), signature. 3. Alan G. Thomas (London), 1974.…
First Greek and Latin New Testament Published,
First Greek New Testament Published,
Imprint from colophon.
Head pieces; initials.
Edited by Nicolaus Gerbel; text follows Erasmus' 2d ed., Harrison #10.
Cardinal Francisco Ximénez de Cisneros (1436–1517) assembled scholars at the Complutense University in Alcalá de Henares in order to compile a Bible to be printed in Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, and Latin. The Old Testament is printed in three parallel…
An English broadside that features Dance of Death procession and images of Death with individuals. The series shows influence from Holbein from the art style to the content of the series with updates to reflect dress and culture of the time period.
This Swedish version of Dance of Death includes influences from Holbein while updating characters to contemporary societal figures such as Soldaten (the soldier).
This German version of Dance of Death includes influences from Holbein while updating characters to contemporary societal figures such as Das Freundenmächen (The Lady of Easy Virtue).
The English dance of death includes influences from Holbein while updating characters to contemporary societal figures such as the The Waltz, The Lottery Office, and The Honeymoon. Added title-page, engraved. Bound in at the beginning of volume 2 is…
The images in this English publication still show strong influences from Holbein in style and layout with some artistic differences.
Bound in 18th century sheepskin.
The images in this German publication reflect Holbein's figures and layouts but have other style characteristics unique to this artist. Prints are engraved plates.
Holbein's 1538 plates are reproduced here but are reversed and some have details adjusted.
Holbein introduced four initial plates that situated the human experience of death within a Biblical context., Woodcut designs attributed to Hans Holbein.
The title and the epigrams are translated into Italian while the text above the images remains in Latin., The Old Woman, The Astrologer, Extra illustrated with three woodcuts from unidentified edition (ca. 16th century) of Imagines or Icones mortis…