Roger Payne, bookbinder by Penelope Holt

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Published by Brewhouse Private P in Wymondham (Leics.) .

Written in English

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  • Payne, Roger, -- 1739-1797.

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Statementby Penelope Holt ; (illustrated by Rigby Graham).
SeriesBrewhouse broadsheets -- no.6
ContributionsGraham, Rigby, 1931-
The Physical Object
Pagination1v :
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Open LibraryOL20210364M
ISBN 100900190027

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The book includes illustrations and plates showing Payne’s work as well as chapters on “Bookbinding in England after the introduction of gold tooling on leather,” “Roger Roger Payne life and work,” and “Gold tooling on leather.” Roger Payne in his workshop. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

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Hardcover. Folio. Very good+ condition. Item # xx, 81 pages of text including an index, followed by 32 plates including 6 in color. Additionally illustrated by a frontispiece of Payne in his workshop.

Roger Payne hardcover binding with minimal sunning to spine, and minimal bumping to the corners. Towards the end of the seventeenth century bookbinding began to improve, particularly with regard to forwarding.

The joints were true and square, and the back was made to open more freely. In the eighteenth century the names of Derome, Roger Payne, and others are prominent as masters of the craft, and the Harleian style was introduced.

Roger Payne Another Englishman, Roger Payne became widely-known during the 18 th century as a master bookbinder. His binding style took cues from Samuel Mearne, and was exceptionally artistic and well-executed. Though he never signed his work, he often included a written explanation with the book of why he decided to design a binding in a.

Roger Payne English bookbinder of the eighteenth century ; Royal English bookbindings; Specimens of Book Types and of Printing and Bookbinding; Specimens of Roger Payne monotype and hand type in use in the book bookbinder book room of the Trow Directory Printing and Bookbinding Company; The art of bookbindingSeller Rating: % positive.

Roger Payne. Marking Up And Sawing In. August 8, and run through again (collated) to make sure that they are all correct. A book is then taken and knocked straight both head and back and put in the lying press between boards, projecting from them about 1/8 inch; some binders prefer cutting boards, I prefer pressing boards, and I should.

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Bookbinding in EnglandRoger Payne's life and workGold tooling on leatherInscriptionsReferences. By comparison, this oft-published etching of Roger Payne from Roger Payne what happens when a bookbinder works alone in a garret for too long, though Payne took the status and skill level of bookbinding much farther than anyone working in the trade at the time.

Collection of Books on Bookbinding and related trades, Belonging to R. Smart Old English Bindery. In England the only style left to posterity is the one originated by Roger Payne. It consists of sprays of flowing leaves, stems and floral elements tooled without any apparent scheme in the corners, the interstices of which are filled with circles of various sizes and studded with gold.

Chicago: Caxton Club. Very Good. First Edition. Hardcover. Limited edition of (1st. Ed). (xx) + 81pp. Illustrated with small margin drawings, and 30 pages of color & b/w plates plus 3 pages of Payne's Handwriting. Printed for Caxton Book Edition: First Edition.

"Roger Payne (–97) was a book-binder of legendary skill and invention, who can be credited with the introduction of a distinctly neo-classical style of finishing, and a wholly original style of endpapering.

He elevated the book-binder’s invoice to the status of a work of art. [One may been seen at Jeff Peachey's blog, linked to. Roger Payne and His Art, NY: Printed at the De Vinne Press,p. 13). Despite the difficulties of his personal life, Roger Payne () was the foremost British bookbinder of his time and the founder of a purely English style of binding decoration.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Penelope Holt, Roger Payne. Mrs. Wier, was celebrated as the most complete book-restorer that ever lived. She was for a long time employed by Roger Payne ; and her skill in mending defective leaves was such, that, unless held up to the light, the renovation was imperceptible.

On her from France, she went to Edinburgh to repair the books in the Record Office in that city. Artist and illustrator Roger Payne made his regular living by illustrating books and magazines for schools and universities, companies and local authorities.

But always he had a secret sideline in illustrating stories in American gay magazines. Roger Payne (ca. – ) was the leading bookbinder of the 18th century. His bindings combined elegance and durability; and he chose the ornaments of the cover – circlets, crescents, stars, acorns, running vines, and leaves – with excellent taste.

He influenced many German émigré bookbinders in London. The earliest note about binding history () presents a bill by Roger Payne, dated 3 Julyfor binding Heydon’s Elhavarevna, or the English Physitians Tutor, Among other original documents discussed are a binder’s ticket of c.

Pollard, ), a late-seventeenth-century broadside, being the earliest detailed. Buy Roger Payne: Bookbinder (Broadsheet) by Penelope Holt (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Penelope Holt. The work of Roger Payne in the latter half of the 18th century marks an era in English bookbinding, which had since the beginning of that century fallen to a low ebb.

Payne was born at Windsor inand after a short service with Pote, the Eton bookseller, came to London inand entered the employment of Thomas Osborne, the bookseller. This small homage to bookbinder Roger Payne includes the original 11 full-color plates, including a frontis engraving of R.

Payne at has craft. (He was one of only 2 bookbinders that history has seen fit to preserve in images.) Payne is sometimes attributed to creating a new style of bookbinding.

Roger Payne, bookbinder, shown whole length leaning over to the left as he puts a book into a book press in his workroom; on the floor at his feet other books.

He is a very thin, frail looking man with hollow cheeks. The room is otherwise empty and. Roger Payne was born at Windsor inand after a short service with Pote, the Eton bookseller, came to London inand entered the employment of Thomas Osborne, the bookseller, in Gray's Inn.

A few years later he set up in business for himself as a bookbinder, near Leicester Square. PAYNE, ROGER (–), bookbinder, was born at Windsor in It is said that after having learned the rudiments of his art from Pote, the Eton bookseller, he came to London aboutand worked for a short time for Thomas Osborne (d.

) [q. v.] in Gray's afterwards—between and —through the kindness of ‘honest Tom Payne,’. Roger Payne, bookbinder active in London to ca. Located near Leicester Square, and later at Duke’s Court, between St.

Martin’s Lane and Mews Gate. Adjacent to the bookshop of Thomas Payne (no relation), father and son booksellers, and a focal point of literati activity, frequented by book collectors.

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Janu David Johnson. In the yearThomas Macklin published a huge bible. the London bookbinder who was in several ways the successor of Roger Payne, the greatest English bookbinder of the late eighteenth century. He was patronized especially by Earl on: Broadway, Suite New York, NY, United States.

Roger Powell OBE (17 May – 16 October ) was an English bookbinder. Powell was born in was educated at Bedales School, of which his father was served as a signals officer in the Royal Flying Corps in World War I and then became a poultry farmer.

In he began training as a bookbinder at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in Born: 17 MayLondon, England. The London Bookbinders - by Ellic Howe was the last book that Gwen Raverat was to illustrate with chapter-heading wood-engravings in from Roger Payne to Charles Lewis, were at work.

The preservation of these papers was one of the achievements of the book trade unions, and by the last war they had come to rest with the London. And yet, the 18th century produced ROGER PAYNE, a bookbinder who has been called England's greatest, and one of the few English binders the French thought worthy of copying.

In addition, the 18th century produced another of England s great bookbinders, EDWARDS OF HALIFAX, who produced some remarkable TRANSPARENT VELLUM bindings. November 20 th. Born: Castle, near Dorking; Roger Payne, celebrated bookbinder, ; Mountstuart Elphinstone, Indian diplomatist, &c.,Hookward Park Surrey.

Feast Day: St Maxentia, virgin and martyr. when the pursuit of book collecting was almost approaching to the nature of a mania, a great want was felt of an artist capable. The Art of Bookbinding In the eighteenth century the names of Derome, Roger Payne, and others are prominent as masters of the craft, and the Harleian style was introduced I will endeavour in as plain and simple a way as I can to give instructions to the unskilled workman how to bind a book.

The work of Roger Payne in the latter half of the 18th century marks an era in English bookbinding, which had since the beginning of that century fallen to a low ebb. Payne was born at Windsor inand after a short service with Pote, the Eton bookseller, came to London inand entered the employment of Thomas Osborne, the bookseller 5/5.

Roger Payne was born in Windsor For- est, in the yearand first found em- ployment with Pote, a noted bookseller at Eton; thence he migrated to London, and entered the service of Thomas Osborne, a dealer in book rarities in Gray's Inn.

I suppose most bookbinders are familiar with this depiction of Roger Payne. I first encountered it as Plate 59 in Edith Diehl's Bookbinding: Its Background and Technique, which was the second book on bookbinding I read in The scene is often referred to as a "dingy garret", though to be fair, many slightly later.Roger Payne has 43 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Roger Payne’s most popular book is Among Whales.- Roger Payne was one of the most influential and imitated binders of the late eighteenth century in England.

These three nineteenth-century bindings are in the Payne style. Author: Juvenal Title: Iuuenalis. Persius. Published: Venice: Aldo Manuzio, Location: Rare Books (Ex) Call number: Spine height: 16 cm.

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