4434Re: [Marbling] Re: Digital collection
- Nov 29, 2007I guess you are the same Jake Benson from Pyramid Books. I did read a lot of your emails on the yahoo group. I already feel dauted by reading the eamils but you have to start somewhereand am prepared to learn and study.
Jake Benson <jemiljan@...> wrote:
Thanks for posting that Renato!
You can limit the search to just "decorative papers" and then use the
term "paper" to see the examples. The images of Feridun are part of
the slide collection of Dr. Walter Denny.
There is actually a site devoted to decorative papers that links in
with the images:
This is the project that was coordinated by Sandra Kroupa, Katie
Blake, Kristin Kinsey and Johanna Burgess in 2006-2007. Katie had
asked the list for more information about the nomenclature.
It's a wonderful resource! Bravo to the team at UW!
I also understand that the Metropolitan University of Manchester will
soon be mounting more materials from the Schmoller collection on the
web. An initial sampling can be viewed here:
--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "onemarbler" <laviniaa@...> wrote:
> What a treasure, Renato! Thanks for posting the URL -- and thank you to
> Washington U. for creating such a wonderful digital resource.
> --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "Renato" <renatocrepaldi808@> wrote:
> > Close to 300 samples of marbled paper from 18th and 19th centuries,
> > good resolution, descriptive notes, detailed informations and
> rarities ...
> > http://content.lib.washington.edu/
> > Just search for Marbled papers, Decorative papers, Ebru making and
> > Enjoy.
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