His skill at scenesetting and vivid plots, as well as his high profile. This is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence, and portraits. Creative teaching press infant6th grades name tag, poppin patterns stars, 2. Traditionally, they are the printed labels pasted into books to show the name of the owner, whether to ensure that a borrowed book is returned or simply to mark the volume as ones own. Australian bookplate society collectors, bibliophiles. A stage adaptation of rogue herries at the theatre by the lake in keswick, cumbria, is stirring some interest in walpole once again. Honor friends, families, organizations, members of your church family, and other important persons or groups with these bookplates for bibles, hymnals, or other books. This copy contains the bookplate of the poet edward fitzgerald 18091883, known for. He was a writer and actor, known for kind lady 1935, kind lady 1951 and vanessa, her love story 1935. Originally a bungalow built of local honister slate in 1909, he enlarged it and converted the upper storey of the nearby garage into a library and study, which eventually housed his library of 30,000 books, and his collection of paintings. Very good hugh walpolebrackenburn, no designer, nd certainly between 1924, when walpole moved to brackenburn, and his death in 1941, 43 by 43 cm.
Forster and with walpole s brackenburn book label on the front pastedown. Nonpersonalized bookplates in packets of 20 and larger quantities. Two for the price of one the bookplate of novelist hugh walpole s brackenburn library and that of art historian and curator john gere in j sheridan le fanus wylders hand hutchinson, no date. His life and adventures, by walpole, hugh and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Subsequent comments should be made on the articles talk page or in wikipedia talk. Duschnes, with his label on chemise and typewritten description laid in. Simple typographical bookplates are termed book labels. Joseph conrad a biography kindle edition by walpole. Unite your personal library with a set of quality, custom made bookplates. Bookplate books digitized and available to view online studio winter number, 18989, modern bookplate designers, by gleeson white 147 examples, published by william griggs, 1892 english book plates 2nd edition, by egerton castle, 1893 french bookplates 2nd edition by walter hamilton, 1896 american bookplates by charles dexter allen, 1894. Oct 09, 2008 buy the fortress herries chronicles by walpole, hugh, robson, eric from amazons fiction books store.
Two for the price of one the bookplate of novelist hugh walpoles brackenburn library and that of art historian and curator john gere in j. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and oneofakind products and gifts related to your search. Its a small size geocache, with difficulty of 1, terrain of 1. Here he wrote many of his best known works including the family saga the herries chronicle, comprising rogue herries 1930, judith paris 1931, the fortress 1932 and vanessa 1933. Sir hugh seymour walpole, cbe was born in auckland, new zealand, on march th, 1884. Founded in 1972, the bookplate society is the direct descendant of the worlds first such organisation, the ex libris society, 18911908, and its creation and successor, the bookplate exchange club. May 01, 2005 free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by project gutenberg. Copies of the first edition are rare, as most of the print run was destroyed by fire. Browse bookplates on sale, by desired features, or by customer ratings. We have amassed thousands of author signed bookplates by hundreds of some of the most popular fiction authors. Most people who are familiar with the world of books will be familiar with bookplates. Bookplates can be personalized with the text and font of your choice.
Among those who encouraged him were the authors henry james and arnold bennett. Follow sir hugh walpole and explore their bibliography from s sir hugh walpole author page. Very good hugh walpole brackenburn, no designer, nd certainly between 1924, when walpole moved to brackenburn, and his death in 1941, 43 by 43 cm, used, near fine aside from some glue running along the front right edge in 1924 sir walpole, a new zealandborn novelist, split his time between piccadilly and brackenburn, in the lake district of north west england brackenburn was his primary. Joseph conrad a biography ebok hugh walpole storytel. Remember, bookplates are a unique gift for your favorite teachers, friends and relatives. Original green cloth, titles to spines gilt, triple line rule and floral design to boards and to spine in. Sir hugh seymour walpole, cbe march 1884 1 june 1941 was an english novelist. Hugh walpole walpole, hugh, 18841941 the online books page. American appeared arnold arrived asked beautiful began beginning believe bennett brackenburn brought called chapter character christmas complete course criticism dear death decided delighted described diary english enjoyed everything excited fact feel felt final finished four friends gave give hand happy harold head heart henry james hope hugh. In australia there are books out there with plates by lionel lindsay, norman lindsay.
With the bookplate of hugh walpole brackenburn to vol. Walpole responded by dedicating the cathedral 1922 to his friend. Aug 23, 2017 what is a bookplate and why would i want one. I was also very interested in the father and son relationship at the centre of the book, something very rarely explored in the theatre. Sir hugh walpole 18841941 was an english novelist and the author of a. This copy contains the book label of samuel parr 17471825, an english. Posts about personalized bookplates written by bookplateink. The following is an archived discussion of a featured article nomination.
Murder and drama in the lakes uk news the guardian. Indeed, rupert hartdavis is not too sure what to make of walpole s homosexuality, although he drops veiled hints here and there about it. If youd like to offer custom bookplate design as a service, they make really nice housewarming or wedding gifts or if you want to create bookplates as a self promotion piece, keep these three bookplate design tips in mind. Im sure the topic of the book and the identity of the owner often fades into insignificance because of the value of the bookplate.
For example, if i have a very valuable book, or a modern first edition that is in pristine condition, i usually lay the plate inside the front. As an aspiring reader, i truly enjoyed scrawling my name in crayon in the front of those books. The wooden horse by hugh walpole books pics download. See other books from the same collection from the fine press collection of richard schimmelpfeng. Joseph conrad a biography ebook by hugh walpole author. Author hugh walpole comes in from the cold bbc news.
See all books authored by hugh walpole, including rogue herries, and the herries chronicles, and more on. Bookplates and the dispersed library books in wernicke. Hugh walpole bought brackenburn, overlooking derwentwater, his little paradise on catbells, in 1923. Books by walpole, hugh sorted by popularity project gutenberg.
Gc1me0h brackenburn the herries chronicles traditional. His parents had moved to new zealand in 1877, but his mother, mildred, unable to settle there, eventually persuaded her husband, somerset, an anglican clergyman, to accept another post, this time in new york in 1889. This set bears the bookplates of mudies library on pink paper to each front board, that of the marsden mechanics institution on blue paper to each front pastedown. Although he maintained a flat in piccadilly, brackenburn was to be. A prolific writer, he published thirtysix novels, five volumes of short stories, two plays and three volumes of memoirs. From renowned mid20thcentury new york rare bookseller philip c.
Find books by hugh walpole and read biographies and histories. Buy walpole s brackenburn but read his books too odd coincidence. Anthony trollope the way we live now first uk edition. Walpole lived at brackenburn lodge on the slopes of catbells in the lake district from 1924 to his death. Sir hugh walpole 18841941, novelist, brackenburn bookplate booksellers typed description loosely inserted gloucester bookplate. A pencil note by gere says that this copy was purchased at the christies sale of walpoles library on 11246. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction. Katharine christian pocket classics by walpole, hugh and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Bookplatearmorialwalpolehugh armorial bookplate of.
No matter what youre looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Sir hugh seymour walpole march, 1884 june 1, 1941 was an english novelist. Author hugh walpoles complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability. This modest bookplate pasted into a copy of the new forget me not 1929, a miscellany of entertaining short pieces by contemporary authors, including belloc, beerbohm, harold nicholson, j. Hugh walpole joseph conrad a biography by hugh walpole, 9781785439636, available at book depository with free delivery worldwide. Armorial bookplate of sir hugh walpole, who lived at brackenburn, keswick, here shown with his giltstamped bookplate which looks like leather, but is actually a rich heavy textured board. Presented in memory of bookplates pkg of 48 book supplement. A bookplate or bookplate, as it was commonly styled until the early 20th century, also known as exlibris latin for from the books or library, is usually a small printed or decorative label pasted into a book, often on the front endpaper, to indicate ownership. The bookplate of comedian barry humphries in arthur machens ornaments in jade alfred a knopf, 1924. French bookplates 2nd edition by walter hamilton, 1896 american bookplates by charles dexter allen, 1894 german bookplates by leiningen westerburg, 1901 frederick garrison hall, etchings, bookplates, designs by elton wayland hall, henry p. Sir hugh walpole, photographed by carl van vechten, 1934 walpole s commercial success enabled him to maintain an expensive lifestyle, with a flat in piccadilly, london, and a large house, brackenburn, on the slopes of catbells overlooking derwentwater in the lake district. A prolific writer, he published thirtysix novels, five volumes of short stories, t. Hugh walpole has 224 books on goodreads with 16500 ratings. Hugh seymour walpole wawlpohl was born in auckland, new zealand, march, 1884, the son of an english minister serving as incumbent of st.
Very good alexander winthrop pope by jay chambers, 1903 or 1905 hard to read, 61 by 81 cm, used, near fine chambers, a student of howard pyle, was a prolific bookplate designer with over a hundred plates to his name butler, p 61 pope was a bookplate collector with a special interest in masonic plates a7530 view more info. The linked data service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the library of congress. Jeremy classic reprint by hugh walpole and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. He was born in auckland in new zealand and educated in england at the kings school, canterbury and at emmanuel college, cambridge.
The twentieth century author, sir hugh walpole, also had a bookplate that referred to his residence brackenburn, in the. Presentation copy inscribed by the author to hugh walpole on the front free endpaper for hugh, from e. Songs of innocence william blake bauman rare books. The collection includes holographs of articles, essays, and poems, as well as essays and poems relating to walpole in manuscript and typescript by various authors including sinclair lewis, humbert wolfe and others. Originally a bungalow built of local honister slate in 1909, he enlarged it and converted the upper story of the nearby garage into a library and study, which eventually housed his library of 30000 books, and his collection of paintings. This option is especially popular with authors for book signings or to send signed bookplates to readers.
Read more about the life and works of classics author hugh walpole. Red straightgrained morocco by wallis, covers with gilt frames, gilt spine, edges and turnins. Brackenburn was the former home of sir hugh walpole, a prolific author who lived at the house for over 20 years until 1941. In 1924 walpole moved to a house, brackenburn, near keswick in the lake district. Bird bookplates personalized book plates ex libris etsy. Whether walpole was at brackenburn or piccadilly, cheevers was almost always with him, and often accompanied him on. His house, brackenburn, with a beautiful position overlooking derwentwater, housed his large library of some 30,000 books, together with a collection of paintings. There are lots of howlers throughout this book, such as those concerning walpole s love of turkish baths, which rupert hartdavis fails to discern played a large role in homosexual culture at the time.
Printed on high quality, acidfree, selfadhesive paper. The artwork may include highresolution photos, scans of artwork on paper, and digitally created work. Squire, vita sackville west and hugh walpole, with superb decorations by rex whistler, came from the estate of the interior designer and antiques dealer. Read books and biography of classics author hugh walpole. Although he maintained a flat in piccadilly, brackenburn was to be his main home for the rest of his life. Hugh walpole was born on march, 1884 in auckland, new zealand as hugh seymour walpole. Reasonably priced, starting at quantities of 50 for custom bookplates. Driveby on the road around overwater the smallest of the lake district lakes. Sir hugh seymour walpole march 1884 1 june 1941 was an english novelist. Overwater tarn the herries chronicles gc1mrb8 was created by the smileys on 3142009. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at. Portrait of a man with red hair by hugh walpole and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
The collection includes holographs of articles, essays, and poems, as well as essays and poems relating to walpole in manuscript and typescript by various authors. Of walpoles novels, the most enduring is rogue herries, the story of a knave in 18th century cumbria and the first of four books in his herries chronicles series. Book awards book club selections books by author books by series coming soon kids books new releases teens books this months biggest new releases. Joseph conrad a biography kindle edition by walpole, hugh. Datasets available include lcsh, bibframe, lc name authorities, lc classification, marc codes, premis vocabularies, iso language codes, and more. Although bookplates have traditionally been used to identify ones books in a personal library, many authors order bookplates from bookplate ink to use for book signings and as a promotional tool and thank you gift to their readers, so i thought it might be helpful to new authors and seasoned authors. So in 2012 we celebrated the societys 40th anniversary. His skill at scenesetting and vivid plots, as well as his high profile as a lecturer, brought him a large readership in. We also provide bookplates for memorial or honorary book donations, for hymnals and prayer books in churches, synagogues, mosques, and retreat facilities, and for libraries of all sizes. Download it once and read it on your kindle device, pc, phones or tablets.
Bookplate ink antioch bookplates ex libris for home. We print bookplates with custom artwork for a unique look. He was a writer and actor, known for kind lady 1935, kind lady 1951 and thriller 1960. With brackenburn bookplate of english novelist hugh walpole on verso of front wrapper. Imagine finding a book that has a thomas bewick bookplate in it. Index of the project gutenberg works of hugh walpole hugh walpole 6 downloads. A bookplate or book plate, as it was commonly styled until the early 20th century, also known as exlibris latin for from the books or library, is usually a small printed or decorative label pasted into a book, often on the front endpaper, to indicate ownership. He was the son of an anglican clergyman, intended for a career in the church but drawn instead to writing. Hugh walpole books list of books by author hugh walpole. Walpole s books were runaway bestsellers, he was close friends with. Hugh walpole brackenburn bookplate ex libris bay leaf books. Founded in 1997, has become a leading book price comparison site. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading joseph conrad a biography.356 178 194 861 94 545 1259 1066 178 1114 611 1454 1323 458 79 475 399 993 889 1464 907 782 1470 1091 1665 199 480 1129 1644 1438 1295 1515 253 1038 1070 272 1456 1239 763 823 419 817 424 374