Standebuch illustrations online
- I'm betting other folks knew this already, but all the illustrations
from Jost Amman's 'Standebuch' appear to be online, many stored in
Here's a link to one index I found:
- On Fri, July 2, 2010 8:22 am, Bill Schongar (bschonga) wrote:
> I'm betting other folks knew this already, but all the illustrationsThank you for that online reference! I had never hunted one up, and
> from Jost Amman's 'Standebuch' appear to be online, many stored in
> Here's a link to one index I found:
having one will be handy.
Using my hard copy (Dover reprint) I compiled an index a few years ago, of
all the furniture-related information I could dig out of those
illustrations. Many of them are just useful details from the rooms of
workers in materials other than wood.
I'm attaching a copy of my index, hopefully it can save someone some time.
- You just go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/medievalsawdust/ and then click on the Files menu to the far left of the screen. From there, you can Create a Folder, Add a File, etc. If you don't already have your own folder, you could make one to put your file into. Or, you could just load the file on its own (that would be Add a File).~~ Katarina Helene----- Original Message -----From: conradh@...Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2010 3:34 PMSubject: Re: [MedievalSawdust] Standebuch illustrations--furniture index!
On Fri, July 2, 2010 2:45 pm, Helen Schultz wrote:
> Um, what format is your attachment, it wouldn't open for me? Not
> everyone will be able to view it, you know... especially if they get this
> list in digest format. How about putting your file in the Files section
> of this list, instead (in a Word Document that folks with older versions
> can still view) ??
> ~~ Katarina Helene
It wouldn't even open for _me_ when I tried it. Damn Yahell anyway...
How does one get to the "Files section" of this list?
Thanks in advance,