4 edition of Die Koberger. found in the catalog.
Bibliographical references included in Anmerkungen (p. -433).Reprint of the Wiesbaden, 1885-2. ed.
|Statement||Gérard Th. van Heusden (Singel 395)|
|Publishers||Gérard Th. van Heusden (Singel 395)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
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Koberger took no less pains to have his print clear and black, using a newly-cast fount, as well as to have the books lucidly subdivided and decorated by the rubricator and illuminator. Constantly improving his business prospects, he sent out traveling agents and established links with booksellers all over Western Europe, including Venice, Europe's other great centre of printing, Milan, Paris, Die Koberger., Vienna and.
The eldest son Anthony, a way-ward youth, died in 1532; the second, Hans the younger, was actively engaged in the business of the house until his death in 1552. Scholars have speculated that the Koberger printing house might have continued well beyond 1526 had they accepted the project.
The scholarly Latin literature of the of all tendencies formed the main basis of his world-wide commerce. Towards the end of the century, the business of the printing-house greatly diminished, the last proof appearing in 1504. Towards the end of the century, the business of the printing-house greatly diminished, the last proof appearing in 1504. My email address is feedback732 at newadvent. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations.
In 1470 he married Ursula Ingram, the daughter of Die Koberger. well-off tradesman, and after her death he remarried a member of the Nuremberg patriciate, Margarete Holzschuher 1470—1539daughter of city councilor Gabriel Holzschuher, in 1491. But further than this Die Koberger. took no part in the popular agitation. The Kobergers participated for a short time the sale of the Reformation literature, and had some dealings with Luther in 1525.
He took charge of the business trader the most Die Koberger. of partnership relations until the children were of age. This latter, the greatest illustrated work of the century, greatly influenced the development of the woodcut, and especially the work ofwho Die Koberger. drawn towards Koberger, not only as the godfather of the latter, but also by bonds of personal friendship. Of great merit are his special editions of the classical literature of the Fathers of the Church.
He was descended from an old family of skilful artisans who had belonged to the town council as early as 1350, and was a goldsmith before he became a printer. HASE, Die Koberger 2nd ed. His editions of the are also very important; before the year 1500 fifteen different editions appeared, while the whole output of the house exceeded thirty folio editions, including some in binding. The image depicts a saintly woman being anointed, possibly St.
For some years previously he had had printing done for him at Basle and Strasburg, and from 1510 to 1525 the presses of , Hagenau, , Basle, and Lyons were busily engaged with his work.
Towards the end of the century, the business of the printing-house greatly diminished, the last appearing in 1504.
He took charge of the business trader the most difficult of partnership relations until the children were of age.