2 edition of embroidery patterns of Thomas Trevelyon found in the catalog.
embroidery patterns of Thomas Trevelyon
J. L Nevinson
Volume also contains an obituary of Charles Francis Bell, 1871-1966, a founding member of the Walpole Society (Great Britain).
|Other titles||A short tract on the mass with pictures by the Master of Queen Mary"s Psalter., Hograth"s Apology for painters., Sir Joshua Reynolds" sitter-book of 1755., The forty-first volume of the Walpole Society, 1966-1968.|
|Statement||by J. L. Nevinson.|
|Series||The Forty-first volume of the Walpole society, 1966-1968|
|Contributions||Wormald, Francis., Kitson, Michael., Waterhouse, Ellis Kirkham, 1905-, Walpole Society (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
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Thomas Trevelyon (born circa ) lived in England (probably London) and is believed to have been an embroidery pattern drawer. He is long known for having compiled two large manuscript miscellanies, the Miscellany of now in the collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library, and the Great Book of now in the library at Wormsley ality: English.
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One of the greatest treasures in the collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library, The Trevelyon Miscellany is a year-old hand drawn and lettered book created by the skilled scribe and patternmaker Thomas Trevelyon.
Borrowing words and images from English and European woodcuts, engravings, broadsides, almanacs, emblem books, and the Bible, Trevelyon created a rich and.
Thomas Trevilian, or Trevelyon, a London craftsman of whom little is known, created his miscellany in when he was about the age of The bulky manuscript embroidery patterns of Thomas Trevelyon book double-sided folios contains texts and images appropriated from books, woodcuts, and engravings of his day.
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The Miscellany is probably best known today for its embroidery patterns, which make up nearly one hundred pages embroidery patterns of Thomas Trevelyon book the volume. It is possible Thomas Trevelyon was a professional "drawer" who outlined embroidery designs on fabric for others to fill in with appropriate stitches.
One of the greatest treasures in the collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library, The Trevelyon Miscellany is a year-old hand drawn and lettered book created by the skilled scribe and patternmaker Thomas Trevelyon.5/5.
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Trevelyon Miscellany, — Viewer — World Digital Library Bits from culture, art, science and history Page from a Commonplace book, Creator: Thomas Trevilian, b. Thomas would have drawn the S-shaped dragon, the oak tree with bird, the grotesque mask and the honeysuckle.
Thomas Trevelyon embroidery patterns now available online. The other day I posted about the Trevelyon Miscellany reprint available for $ from Folger Shakespeare museum in DC. It appears that the museum has now made this book available to Author: Kimberly Servello.
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If you would like to study Thomas Trevelyon's Miscellany, Folger Shakespeare museum has made it AVAILABLE online.
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The Trevelyon Miscellany of by Thomas Trevelyon,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). The Trevelyon Miscellany ofcompiled by Thomas Trevelyon in London, England inis an illustrated manuscript miscellany containing handwritten notes and drawings (many hand-colored) on historical, religious, social and practical themes, adapted from a variety of sources, including the Bible and ancient and contemporary English : Fast delivery and a great book.
This book is a lot of fun. The designs are really cute and it and has instructions that can actually be followed, even for a novice. The patterns are fresh and the instructions are easy to follow.
I love this book, such great ideas and designs/5(17). In fact, almost all of the texts and images (aside from the embroidery designs and other patterns) are copied, adapted, or excerpted from printed sources (some of which no longer survive), but transformed in the process by Trevelyon’s thoughtful pairings, enlargements.
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Physical Description: folio 23 verso. One of the greatest treasures in the collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library, The Trevelyon Miscellany is a year-old hand drawn and lettered book created by the skilled scribe and patternmaker Thomas ing words and images from English and European woodcuts, engravings, broadsides, almanacs, emblem books, and the Bible, Trevelyon created a rich and.
Among the other interesting items in Trevelyon's Miscellany is a wonderful collection of early 17th century embroidery designs. You can see the miscellany on line on the Folger Shakepeare Library's website. If I ever met Thomas Trevelyon in some time warp or other world, I'd have to take him to task regarding his opinions of : Kimberly Servello.
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