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  • PublisherHancraft Studios
  • Publication date1984
  • ISBN 10 0941248062
  • ISBN 13 9780941248068
  • BindingPaperback
  • Number of pages193
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Redslob, Edwin
Published by Delphin-Verlag, München (1922)
ISBN 10: 0941248062 ISBN 13: 9780941248068
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Book Description Hardcover. Condition: g. Limited edition. 328/700. Large Quarto. 45 (1)pp., 60 plates w/ tissue guards. Original red cloth with gilt-stamped vignette and lettering on cover, gilt lettering on spine. Illustrated title page. A collection of material on the subject of the art of the goldsmith gathered during Redslob's fourteen years of publishing on the subject in magazines, including late Romanesque stone sculpting of portals and choir bars as well as contemporary work. Redslob asserts that the "sculpting" of the goldsmith represents like no other artistic discipline the unity of art and crafts. In separate chapters he writs about the Gothic, the Renaissance and the revival of ecclesiastic art and the development towards Baroque. Explanations of the plates, a list of plates and a bibliography conclude the written part, followed by sixty plates of ecclesiastic art, reproduced in lithography, from churches all across Germany. Text in German. Some wear along edges of binding with very light staining at foredge. Original etched Ex-Libris by . Dehne for Dr. Stephan Licht on inside front cover. Starting at inside back cover but holding firm. Some age-toning of block. Binding and interior in overall good condition. Seller Inventory # 44030

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