3 edition of The Giunti of Florence found in the catalog.
The Giunti of Florence
Written in English
|Statement||by William Anthony Pettas.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 143 p.|
|Number of Pages||143|
The Giunti of Florence: A Renaissance Printing and Publishing Family. A History of the Florentine Firm and a Catalogue of the Editions (Oaknoll Press, ). SHARP News, 17, [Book Review] Full text not currently available from Enlighten. The family’s printing business extended across Europe, with presses in Venice, Florence, and Lyon and a book distribution network which spread from Spain to Germany. In Florence, the Giunti press was closely tied to the ruling Medici family, and printed many pamphlets and laws issued by the duchy.
Libreria Giunti al punto Careggi, Firenze. likes. Una meravigliosa libreria illuminata dalla luce del giorno all'ingresso del Nuovo Ospedale Careggi i vostri librai Anna Elisa e Salvatore vi. The invention of the printing press brought with it problems of a new magnitude in the economic sphere, for it was then necessary to have a mechanism for the effective distribution of books over much wider geographical areas than had been the case with the manuscript book. The Giunti family of Florence realized that an international network for book sales could make publishing .
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The Giunti of Florence: A Renaissance Printing and Publishing Family [William A. Pettas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Giunti of Florence: A Renaissance Printing and Publishing Family. New book. RENAISSANCE. This ambitious project explores in detail the history and output of the Giunti Press in Florence, covering the firm from its beginnings in to its end inand providing descriptions of each Giunti book published with extensive indication of the libraries holding copies of each edition.
This ambitious project explores in detail the history and output of the Giunti Press in Florence, covering the firm from its beginnings in to its end inand providing descriptions of each Giunti book published with extensive indication of the libraries holding copies of each edition.
The Giunti were a Florentine family of printers. The first Giunti press was established in Venice by Lucantonio Giunti, who began printing under his own name in The press of his brother Filippo Giunti (–) in Florence, active from was a leading printing firm in that city from the turn of the sixteenth century.: 31 Some thirty members of the family became Place of origin: Republic of Florence.
"Details the complete history and output of the Giunti Press in Florence from Part I covers the Giunti family and press, their books, and contemporary sociopolitical and economic conditions.
Part II catalogues every Giunti publication. The Giunti books would include a colophon with the current head of government in Florence while the Torrentino books would often include the foreign heads as well.
Florentines were deeply proud of the tradition of their language, often printing the works of Florentines in Tuscan dialect or Tuscanized the works of other Italian writers. . The Giunti of Florence by Marie Louise Burke,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
is the leader of a group comprising various brands and that is placed at second place among the Italian publishing groups by turnover.
The book explains the mechanics of the game, provides its historical background, and describes actual games played in and around Florence in the recent past. The detailed account was first published in and reprinted inunchanged save for a new dedication and preface by the printer, Cosimo Giunti, who also reveals the author's name as.
In Sergio Giunti, Renato’s son, succeeds his father as head of the e the serious damage suffered during the flood in Florence, which causes the loss of the entire warehouse of books and all the printing equipment, the company continues to broaden its catalogue with new series and expands thanks to the addition of new publishing companies:.
Gigi Paoli (Florence, ) is a professional journalist for the daily newspaper “La Nazione” in Florence. From and for fifteen years he covered the judicial news beat.
Since early he has been the head writer at the Empoli office of “La Nazione”. He lives in Prato with his teenage daughter, a black cat and many, many books. Born in Prato inhe is Giunti Editore’s Director of Trade Books. The former general manager of the Group’s bookstore chain, Giunti al Punto, he has headed the trade book sector since With a managerial and bookstore retail background, his professional life has long been connected with the Giunti name.
In addition, the book provides Giunti images, genealogical tables, a chronological list of editions by language, and a list of works cited. William Pettas' research has focused on the Giunti family of Florence for a long time.
He has published extensively on their firms in Florence, Rome, Venice, Lyon, Burgos, Salamanca, and Madrid. The Giunti Of Florence: Merchant Publishers Of The Sixteenth Century: With A Checklist Of All The Books And Documents Published By The Giunti In Florence From ToAnd With The Texts Of Twenty Nine Documents, From To The Eighteenth Century.
Printed by the Giunti family of Florence, Razzi's book consists of the biographies of four influential figures in Florence: Farinata degli Uberti, Gualtieri di Brienne, Salvestro de' Medici, and Cosimo de' Medici.
The men featured in Razzi’s biographies were all important nobles with a role in the politics of Florence; their positions ranged. Benedetto Giunti was admitted to the stationer's guild on 15 Octoberand his activity as an independent printer started officially inafter the return of political stability in Florence.
Five books were published in ; however, Benedetto's activity ceased until /37, mainly owing to financial difficulties. THE GIUNTI William A. Pettas The invention of the printing press brought with it problems of a new mag-nitude in the economic sphere, for it was then necessary to have a mechanism for the effective distribution of books over much wider geographical areas than had been the case with the manuscript book.
The Giunti family of Florence realized. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Book prices in Renaissance Venice: The stockbook of Bernardo Giunti". The result is a book that is an ensemble of experience: a sentimental tour guide, memoir, recipe book.
Fabio Picchi, Florentine through and through, opened his own restaurant, the renowned Cibrèo, inin the heart of the city. Get this from a library.
The Giunti of Florence: merchant publishers of the sixteenth century: with a checklist of all the books and documents published by the Giunti in Florence from toand with the texts of twenty-nine documents, from to the eighteenth century.
[William A. Giunti Editore, - Art - pages 0 Reviews Attempts to provide a comprehensive study of the paintings produced in Florence between circa and - the scope of the book ranges from early examples of medieval art to the generation of painters preceding Cimabue.After spending his childhood in the village of Vinci where, under the guidance of his grandfather Antonio and his uncle Francesco, he had received primary education, in .Among available sources for early modern book prices, the inventory of the book shop of Bernardo Giunti (Department of Special Collections, UCLA, Collection /) is evidence of the thriving book market in Venice of the period.
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