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The main focus is on the three most famous women binders of the period, Sarah Prideaux, Katharine Adams, and Sybil Pye, and the Guild of Women Binders, but almost all the other women who exhibited bindings from about 1880 to 1920 are also included. Here are our closest matches for Women bookbinders, 1880-1920 by Tidcombe, Marianne.
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by Marianne Tidcombe. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781884718236.
Printed Plays and Polyglot Books: The Multilingual Textures of Early Modern English Drama. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637.
Women bookbinders, 1880-1920. by. Tidcombe, Marianne. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.
London: The British Library, 1991. - Women Bookbinders 1880-1920. 13 other books and pamphlets on mostly modern English bindings. London: The British Library, 1996. GREENHILL, Elizabeth. A Catalogue Raisonné. - 13 other books and pamphlets on mostly modern English bindings.
Karslake "saw that more money could be made by teaching to bind than by only binding and selling books ^ Tidcombe, Marianne (1996). Women bookbinders 1880-1920. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press.
Karslake "saw that more money could be made by teaching to bind than by only binding and selling books. He maintained that women were well-suited to be bookbinders, due to their "inborn reverence for the beautiful" and their deftness of hand. He focused on both promoting the work of women already engaged in bookbinding, and training additional women to create. Tidcombe, Marianne (1996). pp. 115, 120. ISBN 9781884718236. p. 122.
Marianne Tidcombe, whose Women Bookbinders is an essential reference, says that Prideaux bindings "all have a. .
Marianne Tidcombe, whose Women Bookbinders is an essential reference, says that Prideaux bindings "all have a restrained beauty about them that continues to appeal to book collectors. Anything pictorial or gimmicky would have been anathema to her, and she leaned instead towards clean, crisp floral motifs. One of the few Scandinavian binders to receive any attention in Tidcombe's "Women Bookbinders, 1880-1920," Sparre is described in that work as being "responsible for some very restrained and tasteful designs for modelled leather bindings.
Tidcombe, Women Bookbinders, p. 114. Further reading. Women Bookbinders, 1880-1920 by Marianne Tidcombe. A catalogue of books bound by S. T. Prideaux between MDCCCXC and MDCCCC with twenty-six illustrations.
Judged by their covers. The main focus of this book is the three most famous women bookbinders of the period: Sarah Prideaux, Katherine Adams and Sybil Pye. Their work is sufficient in itself to warrant a look at the conditions in which women in general learned the trade. For they occasionally show weaknesses in technique, which raises questions about how difficult it was to learn their craft. Marianne Tidcombe draws together the evidence of how women suffered from lack of training. Only boys could train as apprentices.