Das malerische, monumentale, historische und artistische Venedig. Eine Darstellung seiner Haupt-Ansichten und alten Gebräuche in 60 Steindruk-Tafeln, gezeichenet von Marco Moro und J. Rebellato, mit beschreibendem Text von Franz Zanotto. Aus dem Italienischen von Adalbert Müller.

Zanotto, Francesco:

Editorial: Venedig, Johann Brizeghel (Merceria dell'Orologio No. 300), 1857.
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With 60 plates in lithograph, all in contemporary coloring. Oblong-Folio. Original half-calf with gilt edges and gilt title on front cover. Wurzbach LIX,172; Feltrinelli III,371; not with Lipperheide and Colas. One of the most beautiful and sought after color-plate books on Venice of the 19th century. Francesco Zanotto, a born Venitien, published a series of books on history and art history of Italy. This fabulous book on his hometown combines Zanotto's text with the beautifully executed plates by Marco Moro and J. Rebellato. Among the sixty hand-colored plates - partly also heightened with gold - are 36 views of the town and the islands, 20 plates with costumes of the important persons of the government, and 4 plates show the most important festivities of the city. The views depict the most important places and buildings, like: Markusplatz, Piazetta, Dogenpalast, Seufzer- und Rialtobrücke, Riva degli Schiavoni, Arsenal, San Zaccaria, Hotel Europa, Palazzo Foscari, Palazzo Grassi, Palazzo Ca-Doro, Palazzo Vendramin-Calergi, San Giorgio Maggiore, Il Redentore auf der Giudecca-Insel, San Michele bei Murano, Domkirche in Murano, Torcello etc. The Doge and the Dogaressa, Procurator, Senator, Admiral, an Embassador, the Chancellor, a Nobleman, a venitien Bravo, a Gondolieri etc. are shown in their festive costumes and the four plates with venitien festivities depict the Regatta, the marriage with the Sea, the Carneval and a group of artists. - The title page with the imprint tells that the book was published in 1857, but this is only partly correct as the plates are dated 1856 - 1859! It is therefore very likely that the plates were produced during this time period, while the text was already finished in 1857. The printed title page calls for 60 plates, which are present in our copy, but the last leaf with the printed inventory of the plates mentions also a birds-eye panorama of the city. This panorama of the city was printed long after the book was finished and is more or less always lacking. Title-page with two different stamps, an inventory number, and a "Duplum Venditum" stamp (dated 2000), some stamps also in the text. Some staining and browning to outer margins, three leafs of text with restorations at outer margins. The original binding with minor restorations at edges and corners but all in all a very good copy of this beautiful color-plate book. This copy also with broader margins as usual: 335 x 481 mm. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Das malerische, monumentale, historische und...
Editorial: Venedig, Johann Brizeghel (Merceria dell'Orologio No. 300), 1857.

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Zanotto, Francesco:
Editorial: Venedig, Johann Brizeghel (Merceria dell'Orologio No. 300), 1857. (1857)
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Descripción Venedig, Johann Brizeghel (Merceria dell'Orologio No. 300), 1857., 1857. With 60 plates in lithograph, all in contemporary coloring. Oblong-Folio. Original half-calf with gilt edges and gilt title on front cover. Wurzbach LIX,172; Feltrinelli III,371; not with Lipperheide and Colas. One of the most beautiful and sought after color-plate books on Venice of the 19th century. Francesco Zanotto, a born Venitien, published a series of books on history and art history of Italy. This fabulous book on his hometown combines Zanotto's text with the beautifully executed plates by Marco Moro and J. Rebellato. Among the sixty hand-colored plates - partly also heightened with gold - are 36 views of the town and the islands, 20 plates with costumes of the important persons of the government, and 4 plates depict the most important festivities of the city. The views show the most important places and buildings, like: Markusplatz, Piazetta, Dogenpalast, Seufzer- und Rialtobrücke, Riva degli Schiavoni, Arsenal, San Zaccaria, Hotel Europa, Palazzo Foscari, Palazzo Grassi, Palazzo Ca-Doro, Palazzo Vendramin-Calergi, San Giorgio Maggiore, Il Redentore auf der Giudecca-Insel, San Michele bei Murano, Domkirche in Murano, Torcello etc. The Doge and the Dogaressa, Procurator, Senator, Admiral, an Embassador, the Chancellor, a Nobleman, a venitien Bravo, a Gondolieri etc. are shown in their festive costumes and the four plates with venitien festivities depict the Regatta, the marriage with the Sea, the Carneval and a group of artists. - The title page with the imprint tells that the book was published in 1857, but this is only partly correct as the plates are dated 1856 - 1859! It is therefore very likely that the plates were produced during this time period, while the text was already finished in 1857. The printed title page calls for 60 plates, which are present in our copy, but the last leaf with the printed inventory of the plates mentions also a birds-eye panorama of the city. This panorama of the city was printed long after the book was finished and is more or less always lacking. Title-page with two different stamps, an inventory number, and a "Duplum Venditum" stamp (dated 2000), some stamps also in the text. Some staining and browning to outer margins, three leafs of text with restorations at outer margins. The original binding with minor restorations at edges and corners but all in all a very good copy of this beautiful color-plate book. This copy also with broader margins as usual: 335 x 481 mm. Nº de ref. de la librería 18377

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