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Sampling of late 19th / early 20th c. ex libris (bookplate) illustration database. All or almost all are engravings and many pertain to the Art Nouveau style Part 2 sampling from same collection was posted on 50Watts at the same time: http://50watts.com/The-Bookplate-Collection-Second-Half
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A selection of the esoteric decorative print genre known as marbled paper that was most often seen adorning the endpapers of 19th century books, although the decorative paper has been and is used for myriad purposes from luggage lining to wrapping paper. Having first appeared in Japan in the 12th c. marbling made its way to Europe via Turkey where the art flourished. It died out a lot with the automated book publishing late in the 19th c. but is making a revival in recent times.
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Scans by me of illustrations from 3 glorious hand-made, silkscreened books (made from hand-made paper). These are tribal drawings, semi-abstract mystical tree prints and culture-clash responses from a central Indian folk artist to life in London. [ http://www.tarabooks.com/ ]
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A wide range of artist books from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. The images come from one-off ephemera musical & self-published political works to books by famous authors and artists. Much of it owes a nod to Dada, with quite a few typographic abstractive works among them. http://digital-libraries.saic.edu/jfabc
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Classic 15th century illuminated Book of Hours manuscript with full page miniature paintings and highly detailed and colourful border foliage decoration including gilt highlighting. The manuscript was produced in about 1460 for a noble woman from the north-eastern French region of Roubaix. Exquisite.
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Alphabet, bestiary, calligraphy, decorative initials, astrology, magick, volvelle and Aztec details and manuscript pages from a very large and new repository at Oxford University. The site has more than 8000 manuscript images. BIG.