Carnet de Villard de Honnecourt. d’après le manuscrit conservé à la Bibliothèque nationale de Paris, n ° Description matérielle: p. dont 66 p. de pl. In the footsteps of Villard de Honnecourt Villard de Honnecourt, a 13th century draughtsman, whose carnet or portfolio is still in existence. Review of Alain Erlande-Brandenburg et alia, Carnet de Villard de Honnecourt, in Archives Internationales d’Histoire des Sciences, vol.
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Carl F. Barnes, Jr. Publications on Villard de Honnecourt
But C’s scheme does assure that in the 13th century fol. You may view this DjVu villard here online. We can assume that Villard felt it important to have fols. What do you believe is being created from this combination of music from the Ars subtilior and dance? There is one other curious piece of evidence that may confirm this hypothesis.
Villard de Honnecourt
In their current state, the thirty-three parchment leaves are affixed to the spine of the leather portfolio by means of threads stitched through the spine from the inside. There is little iconographie continuity in this quire. Originally it was honecourt to have served as a kind of training manual for practicing architects.
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It seems very unlikely that Villard ever possessed thirty or more blank parchment leaves at one time. If Villard’s quires are in the sequence he left them, are their leaves — bifolios and folios — likewise as arranged by Villard?
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If these questions are ever to be answered, it is necessary to approach MS Fr. The plan devised by Villard and Pierre de Corbie is related to the plan of the Cistercian abbey church at Vaucelles, which Villard drew on fol.
There have been no losses from this quire which is, despite its small size, logically arranged: Quire III begins on fol. In the 15th century 68 an individual named J.
Sometime in the 13th century the original fol. Retrieved from ” https: Views View Edit History. Quire IV is a precious document because it is exactly the way Villard left it and proves decisively that not all quires originally were the same size.
In this position the preliminary drawing could not readily have served as a model for copying or tracing if the leaves had been bound when the finished drawing was made. These in turn were used to tie leather thongs from the now-lost left edge of the flap.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. There is also an iconographical and linguistic parallel to the two texts Second, Hahnloser’s thesis that the portfolio was a is not supported by our analysis.
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Et si troveres le force de le portraiture les trais ensi corne li ars de dd le commande et ensaigne. The Villard portfolio was a more personal product, a vade mecum. This may be proof that in this one instance, at least, Villard bought used parchment. In the 13th century, after Villard, two other individuals added inscriptions to certain of the leaves.
Finally, sometime after the pagination by C but before Mancel’s 15th-century pagination, C’s fol. Carner are elastic, fluid constellations which offer possibilities to performers.
The proof that this was originally a bifolio is that a fragmentary drawing of a wing and a foot is found on the tab of fol. Each of these extrusions has two holes 0. This location probably was the original location of fol. Was this intentional on your part? The page earlier contained an extensive text, but not in Villard’s hand. Fortunately, however, the available evidence permits a firm reconstruction of this quire.
These questions are essential to understanding accurately the Villard portfolio and will be considered individually in the sequence posed here, although there is some between them.