On the aesthetic values that are to be found in the printed work of Bruce Rogers
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On the aesthetic values that are to be found in the printed work of Bruce Rogers by Rudolph Ruzicka

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Published by American Institute of Graphic Arts in New York .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957.,
  • Printing -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementRudolph Ruzicka.
ContributionsRogers, Bruce, 1870-1957, former owner., Frederic W. Goudy Collection (Library of Congress), Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsZ232.R67 R9
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p., [1] leaf of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6048005M
LC Control Number49007499

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Discuss the contributions made to type design and book design by American designers Frederic Goudy, William Addison Dwiggins, and Bruce Rogers. Cite examples from the text. Chapter 11 Discuss the diferent approaches to art nouveau in France, England, and Germany by comparing the work of Aubrey Beardsley, Alphonse Mucha, and Jugend magazine. Albert Bruce Rogers, inspired by _____, applied the ideal of the beautifully designed book to commercial book production. T/F The first book to be printed by William Morris's Kelmscott Press was the page The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. T/F In Japan, ukiyo-e practitioners were considered artisans, but it was European artists who found.   The trade edition produced along with a more limited one, both containing a page essay on the great and often under appreciated 20th century American book designer Bruce Roger's work at the Riverside Press, along with a checklist of the volumes printed there and reproductions in colors of some of his page s: 1. The idea of integral work, and of the relation of production values to literary ones, would influence artists across the aesthetic spectrum throughout the 20 th century and beyond while increasing appreciation of pre-modern—medieval and Renaissance—contributions to book design.