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FERRIOL, CHARLES DE - LE HAY - VAN MOUR

Published by Istanbul: Kultur A.S. 2013., Istanbul: (2013)

ISBN 10: 6054595571 ISBN 13: 9786054595570

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Item Description: Istanbul: Kultur A.S. 2013., Istanbul:, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. FERRIOL, CHARLES DE - LE HAY - VAN MOUR Lale devri ressami Van Mour'un cizimleriyle Osmanlilar kiyafet albumu = An album of the wardrobe of the Ottomans with illustrations by the Tulip-era artist Van Mour. Edited and commentary: Sina Ceco. Istanbul: Kultur A.S. 2013. 4to., xci, [11], 26 p., 103 plates. In Turkish, English and French. Original binding. New ISBN: 9786054595570 CATALOG: Ottoman history KEYWORDS: Costume Clothing fashion Ottoman State Ottoman culture Ottoman Court. Bookseller Inventory # 61941

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DE FERRIOL (Charles), Van Mour Le Hay

Published by Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, Istanbul (1979)

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Item Description: Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, Istanbul, 1979. HARDCOVER. Book Condition: very good in worn dustwrapper. Dust Jacket Condition: good. Reprint. 27pp+102 color illustrations (3 fold out), marbled endpapers, quarto cloth A facsimile reprint of the 1714 original, in french, de nouvelles estampes de ceremonies turques quiont aussi leurs explications. Bookseller Inventory # 63273

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FERRIOL, CHARLES DE (Marquis) - LE HAY - [VAN MOUR]

Published by Istanbul: Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, 1979., Istanbul: (1979)

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Item Description: Istanbul: Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, 1979., Istanbul:, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. FERRIOL, CHARLES DE (Marquis) - LE HAY - [VAN MOUR] Recueil de cent estampes representant differentes nations du Levant tirees sur les tableaux peints d'apres nature en 1707 et 1708. Istanbul: Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, 1979. 4to., [4], 26, [1] p., 99 color plates, 3 color folding plates. Fac-smile edition. Original binding. Dust wrapper. New ISBN: CATALOG: Ottoman history KEYWORDS: Costume Clothing fashion Ottoman State Ottoman culture Ottoman Court. Bookseller Inventory # 5479

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FERRIOL, CHARLES DE (Marquis) - LE HAY - [VAN MOUR]

Published by Istanbul: Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, 1980., Istanbul: (1980)

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Item Description: Istanbul: Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, 1980., Istanbul:, 1980. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. FERRIOL, CHARLES DE (Marquis) - LE HAY - [VAN MOUR] On sekizinci yuzyilin basinda Osmanli kiyafetleri. Istanbul: Yayin-Matbaacilik Ticaret Limited Sirketi, 1980. 4to., 32 p., 99 color plates, 3 color folding plates. Fac-smile edition. Original binding. No dust wrapper. Very good ISBN: CATALOG: Ottoman history KEYWORDS: Costume Clothing fashion Ottoman State Ottoman culture Ottoman Court. Bookseller Inventory # 55892

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Explication des cent Estampes qui représentent différentes: LE HAY] FERRIOL

LE HAY] FERRIOL (Charles de).

Published by Paris, Jacques Colombat, 1715. (1715)

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Item Description: Paris, Jacques Colombat, 1715., 1715. Petit in-plano, un feuillet de titre, (2) ff. de préface, 26 pp. d'explication des planches (inversion d'un feuillet), (1) f. de partition de l'Air des Derviches, 102 planches, les 3 dernières dépliantes (Mariage turc, Enterrement turc, Derviches achevant de tourner). Complet, conforme au texte d'explication des planches (les marges de la planche 4 et 65 restaurées maladroitement). Quelques fines rousseurs marginales. Veau marbré d'époque usagé, dos et coins refait à l'imitation. Le titre et les planches ont été gravés sur cuivre, sous la direction de Le Hay, par C. du Bosc, B. Baron, J. de Franssières, Haussard, P. Rochefort, P. Simonneau fils, G. et J.-B. Scotin, d'après les tableaux du peintre flamand Jean-Baptiste Van Mour. Ce dernier, fixé à Constantinople sur les instances de M. de Ferriol, ambassadeur du roi à la Porte, se consacra à la peinture des moeurs turques et traduisit avec une grande fidélité les détails de la vie à Constantinople, qu'il dépeint comme une ville cosmopolite où vivent musulmans et non-musulmans, Arméniens, Français, Grecs et Persans, unis dans les plaisirs de la vie ottomane. Ce livre est l'un des jalons de l'histoire des turqueries en France au XVIII ème siècle. Etrangement, c'est au moment où la Turquie s'affaiblit que l'intérêt de l'Europe grandit pour ce pays lointain. Les missions françaises tant politiques que scientifiques s'y multiplient. Charles de Ferriol sera ambassadeur à Constantinople jusqu'en 1709 et regagnera la France en 1711 pour faire publier son recueil quelques années plus tard. Ce dernier aura une grande influence sur les artistes de toutes disciplines et Madame de Pompadour, qui en avait un exemplaire dans sa bibliothèque, demanda à Carle Van Loo de s'en inspirer pour décorer sa "chambre turque" au château de Bellevue. Bookseller Inventory # img16606

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Le Hay and Charles Ferriol

Published by Paris, Jacques Collombat 1715. (1715)

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Item Description: Paris, Jacques Collombat 1715., 1715. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Book Condition: Muy bien. Dust Jacket Condition: Bien. Folio.Title page,preface(2 pgs),explication des figures(13 leaves),leaf of music and 102 engraved plates.Bound in modern red morocco with orientalist design on covers; spine gilt in compartments.This book is the first collection of costumes plates on the Othoman Empire.The plates are after the drawings of J.B.Van Mour commissioned by the french ambassador Mr Ferriol during his residence at Constantinople.The paintings are nowadays in the Rijksmuseum at Amsterdam.60 plates represent turkish costumes of noblemen ,militars,officials, joint with different costumes of the Ottoman dominions like greeks,armenians,jews,etc. Internally a very good copy of this book nowadays rare to find complete of all its plates. Blackmer 591.Colas 1819-20.Atabey 430. Bookseller Inventory # 80767380a18c167d608c7161530d4612

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Recueil de cent estampes representant differentes nations: Ferriol, Charles de,

Ferriol, Charles de, Marquis, Le HAY & Jean Baptiste van Mour.

Published by Le Hay et Duchange,, Paris (1714)

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Item Description: Le Hay et Duchange,, Paris, 1714. Contemporary Full Calf. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Folio. Engraved Title, [3 preface], [1 avertissement], 26 pp., (Explication des Estampes + Enterrement Turc, [1 engraved leaf of music, title within border slightly soiled, + 102 engraved plates by Simonneau, Scotin, Haussard of Franssières (comprising 100 numbered plates and 2 unnumbered, 3 double-page), full morocco in the spirit of "From the Threshold", backpacks ornate spine, roulette on the fields and inside, gilt edges, Le Hay et Collombat, Paris, 1714-1715. First edition of both parts. Part II containing the explanation of the plates plus two supplementary plates of Turkish ceremonies (the dance of the Derwishes and a Turkish funeral), appeared in 1715. Because the two parts are frequently bound together and the two supplementary plates are bound in with the rest of the plates, this second part, containing the only printed title, is often referred to as a second or even the third edition. This is incorrect; it is the first edition of the text, as its preface clearly states: "Je souhaite que le Public soit aussi content de ce nouveau travail.". A second edition of both parts, with engraved letterpress in which the preface has been changed, and with an added leaf ‘Anecdotes de l’Ambassade de M. De Ferriol’, appeared with the imprint ‘L. Cars À Paris chez Basan Graveur’ and the date 1714. This date is puzzling since this edition, which Boppe refers to as the second edition of part I, in facet contains the explication of the plates (part II) which first appeared in 1715. Laurent Cars had bought the plates and it is clear from his preface that the explanation had already appeared: "Il a fait retoucher le discours qui avoit des longueurs et des inutilites, ajoutes des choses importantes". The work was translated into German and printed at Nuremberg in 1719-21 (q.v.). Italian and Spanish piracies exist, and the plates were used by Viero in his Raccolta, Venice, 1783, and in Thomas Jeffery’s Collection of the Dresses of Different Nations, 1757. The text either was written either by Charles de Ferriol, French ambassador to the Porte from 1699 to 1710, or he furnished Le Hay with the necessary information. The plates are after drawings by J. B. Van Mour who was established at Constantinople for many years during the first half of the 18th century. It has been suggested that he came to Constantinople in 1699, possibly as part of Ferriol’s entourage. He is known to have died there in 1737 at the age of 66. Much of his work was done for Cornelis Calkoen, who was Dutch ambassador to the Porte, and some of these paintings are now to be found in the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum. This publication certainly contained the most popular and influential illustrations of Turkish dress to date. Its use as a source book was wide- spread. Bibliographical References: Brunet III 947-8; Cohen 392; Colas 1819-20; Vinet 2335; Blackmer 591. Size: Folio. Bookseller Inventory # 011587

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Item Description: Paris, 1715. Folio. (19 3/4 x 13 inches). Engraved title, 102 engraved plates (comprising 100 numbered plates and 2 unnumbered, 3 double-page), one leaf of engraved music. Contemporary red morocco, covers ruled in gilt, spine in eight compartments with raised bands, black morocco lettering piece in the second compartment, the others with an overall repeat decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers (expert restoration to the joints) Provenance: Jacob Bouverie, 1st Viscount Folkestone (armorial bookplate on verso of the title) A lovely copy of Le Hay and Ferriol's famous work depicting the costume of the Levant: this copy bound in 18th century red morocco. The plates are based on paintings in the collection of the Marquis de Ferriol. In 1707, Ferriol commissioned Jean Baptiste van Mour to paint one hundred pictures of different officials and races in their costumes: the chief eunuch; a Turkish man cutting himself to show his love for his mistress; a Jewish woman taking goods to Turkish harems; a Greek bride; a Turkish women at leisure; Albanians, Bulgarians, Greeks, Persians and Arabs. When the paintings were complete, Ferriol helped le Hay to publish the present engravings of the pictures. Le Hay's work was an instant success and the plates quickly became the principal source of turqueries for artists and publishers throughout Europe. In recognition of van Mour's talents, he was granted the unique post of `Peintre ordinaire du Roi en Levant' in 1725. Atabey 429; Blackmer 591; Colas 1819-20; Brunet III, 947-8; Cohen-de Ricci 392l; Lipperheide 413, 414. Bookseller Inventory # 15885

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