Last week I attended the Rittenhouse Art Show and purchased this bee bookplate from Marina Terauds.
She is a very talented print maker whose bookplates are worthy of your consideration , if you are finally going to bite the bullet and have a bookplate designed for yourself '
Here is a link to her website
Here are two European dealer websites :
Dr. Wolfgang Rieger deals primarily in German bookplates.This is one of the items (subject to prior sale) from his website
Soder, Alfred (1880-1957) : Ernst Rippmann. Wooden cross in rose-trees, behind houses in countryside.In 1909. 115 x 57 mm, Etching (green on white)
back small mounting remnants - Witte, Bibliography 3, 94 f, 31 Thieme-Becker, Vollmer 4; Gutenberg 10,621 - signed and dated in the print order number / order number: 36879 20.00 € (architectural landscapes Basel Switzerland and Ireland United States)
deals primarily in French bookplates but he does have a few items from other countries
Here is one of the items (subject to prior sale) from his website:
|RHEBERGEN (Jan)||Ref: 00327510.00€ |
|bois gravé en couleurs , 20° , HOLLANDE - JAPON |
Seimiya (Hitoshi) 188-1969
Okay , I slipped this one in because it makes me feel good.
Grandson Harrison walking with me yesterday.
Here is a thoughtful well written blog about medieval manuscripts;
The Flight into Egypt, Walter Art Museum, MS W.188, f.112r
One Last Thing
Next weekend (October 5th &6th ) is the Allentown Paper show
See you again soon .