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Pre-Mallarme work

 Subject
Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 237 Collections and/or Records:

Obraz Stowa Historia Poezji Wizualnej / Rypson, Piotr ; Simmias of Rhodes ; Theocritus ; Porphyrii PO ; Fortunatus V ; Maurus H ; Abulafia A ; Cordovero M ; benHayemEliashu S ; Kircher A ; Lull R ; Caramuel de Lobkowitz J ; Goldonowski A ; Williams E ; Quarles F ; Liceti F ; Polocki S ; Bonofacio B ; Herbert G ; Kielkowski M ; Nieradzki A ; Mallarme S ; Morgenstern C ; Marinetti FT ; Picabia F ; Picasso P ; Iliazd( ; Kamenski V ; Kirsanov S ; Ball H ; Kruchenykh A ; Rodchenko A ; Hausmann R ; Ray M ; Schwitters K ; Tzara T ; Bonset I ; Apollinaire G ; Kassak L ; VanOstaijen P ; Albert-Birot P ; Semenko M ; Strzeminski W ; Zur S ; Szcuka c) ; cummings ee ; Thomas D ; Gomringer E ; Niikuni S ; Achleitner F ; Finlay IH ; Ruhm G ; Ulrichs T ; Garnier I ; Mukai S ; Mon F ; Drozdz S ; DeCampos A ; Goeritz M ; Kriwet F ; Hirsal J ; Lora-Totino A ; Kolar J ; Valoch J ; Grzesczak M ; Kosinska M ; Partum A ; Michnik B ; Kempton K ; Kriwet F ; Klivar M ; DeCampos A ; Azeredo R ; Higgins D ; Rosulj Z ; Petasz P ; Padin C ; Gerz J ; Dencker KP ; deAraujo A ; Gerlovina R ; Dluzniewski A., 1989

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Identifier: CC-03175-3224
Scope and Contents

The first 250 pagesof this 374 page book onsist of a wel illustrated discourse on ancient patern poetry. This is followed by a text with examples of concrete poetry and avant garde typography of the 20th century with an emphasis on Polish poets.The bibliography cites the Sackner Catalogue 1984 and a page from Sackner Archive book "Naked Among The Clad" by Kamensky is reproduced on page 261 of Rypson's book. This book could be classified as a reference to ancient concrete poetry as well as contemporary work and arbitralily it is stored on the reference shelf as concrete poetry international. Rypson has also included a discussion with examples of ancient Hebrew pattern poetry. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1989

Old Master, Modern and Contemporary Prints / Christie's ; Arp J ; Baj E ; Delaunay S ; Ernst M ; Johns J ; Lissitzky E ; Ray M ; Severini G., 2000

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Identifier: CC-36193-37978
Scope and Contents

Auction catalogue. The Sackners sold "Proun 2C" by El Lissitzky in this auction. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2000

Old Master, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Prints / Christie's ; Duchamp M ; Ernst M ; Lissitzky E ; Ray M., 1999

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Identifier: CC-34778-36484
Scope and Contents

Auction catalogue. The Sackners sold "Proun 2C" by El Lissitzky in this auction. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1999

Ordo Universi et Hvmanarvm Scientiarvm Prima Monvmenta / Narvaez de las Ynfantas, Petro., 1988

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Identifier: CC-05736-5844
Scope and Contents

Reproduced from an original print of 1591 held by the Mills Arnold Semeiology Collection, the print shows a Kabbalist-like diagram, profile of a man's head, circular word charts, and many para-scientific paragraphs framed by various shaped decorative -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1988

Pages of Perfection, 1995

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Identifier: CC-04789-4880
Scope and Contents

This exhibition consisted of Islamic paintings and calligraphy from the Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersberg. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995

Pattern and Patterning: A Study of Four Poems by George Herbert / Westerweel, Bart ; Herbert G ; Maurus H., 1984

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Identifier: CC-00589-603
Scope and Contents The author indicates that emblem books contained poems based upon religious texts that might be classified as Picture Poems today in terms of visual presentation, viz., an illustration with a poetic caption. The author demonstrates that Herbert's pattern poems were extensions of the Emblematic tradition. He also provides several other examples of Alter poems in the classic literature. According to others, the religious content is not a mandatory feature of emblem poems.The emblem poem depicted in this bibliographic citation was taken from Withers' "A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne" (1635). "The picture shows a rural landscape in which the sun, with kindly countenance, is shooting its rays with an eye at its center. The text is about sight and the eye of contemplation as the human faculty that was especially created by God for its capacity to achieve direct contact with Him." Westerweel adds, The vocabulary and ideas are Neoplatonic and are reminescent of the final...
Dates: 1984

Pattern Poetry: Guide To An Unknown Literature, 1987

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Identifier: CC-36435-38228
Scope and Contents Although his inscription alludes to a second edition, this was not meant to be. In this first edition, first printing, Higgins tells the history of pattern poetry, documenting more than 2000 works. He divides the book by chapters such as Language and Literature, e.g., Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, French, German, Scandinavian, Dutch and Flemish, British, Hispanic, Polish, and Slavic. He also has a chapter on Languages outside European such as Far East, Citrakavyas and other Indian languages, Islamic, and Languages in which no pattern poetry has been reported. In another chapter, he descibes Acrostics, Telestics, Mesostics, Lapidary Inscriptions, Leonine Verse, Magical Inscriptions and Formulae, Mathematical Arrays and Poems, Musical Analogues of Pattern Poetry, Proteus Poems, Rebuses, Shaped Prose, and Sound Poetry. De. Herbert Francke contributes a chapter on Chinese Pattern Texts and Dr. Kalanath Jha on Sandscrit Citrakavyas. Higgins' glossary of terms follows...
Dates: 1987

Pattern Poetry: Guide To An Unknown Literature / Higgins, Dick ; Simmias of Rhodes ; Maurus H ; Salmonius Macrinus ; Puttenham G ; Lobkowitz J ; Pierius ; Theocritus ; Porphyrii PO ; Caruso L ; Optatian ; Cook G ; Fortunatus V ; Bettini M ; Honthemius J ; Abulafia A ; Rossi N ; Rabelais ; Martin G ; Ferland A ; Geuder J ; Helwig J ; Peuker N ; Frisch J ; Schonenfels S ; Kankel J ; Beaumont J ; Browne W ; Herbert G ; Herrick R ; Puttenham G ; Watson T ; Carroll L ; Bean S ; Taylor E ; Ramirez B ; Gama Lobo E ; Radolinski A ; Susliga W ; Rypson P ; Rothmann B ; Forstenovius P ; Simeon of Polotsk ; Dovhalevskij M ; Haugsdorf P ; Dordjic I ; Peignot C ; Thilo V., 1987

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Identifier: CC-36437-38230
Scope and Contents Higgins tells the history of pattern poetry, documenting more than 2000 works. He divides the book by chapters such as Language and Literature, e.g., Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, French, German, Scandinavian, Dutch and Flemish, British, Hispanic, Polish, and Slavic. He also has a chapter on Languages outside European such as Far East, Citrakavyas and other Indian languages, Islamic, and Languages in which no pattern poetry has been reported. In another chapter, he describes Acrostics, Telestics, Mesostics, Lapidary Inscriptions, Leonine Verse, Magical Inscriptions and Formulae, Mathematical Arrays and Poems, Musical Analogues of Pattern Poetry, Proteus Poems, Rebuses, Shaped Prose, and Sound Poetry. De. Herbert Francke contributes a chapter on Chinese Pattern Texts and Dr. Kalanath Jha on Sandscrit Citrakavyas. Higgins' glossary of terms follows below.ABECEDARIAN VERSE: poetry in which the first word of a line, the subject of the line or all the words of the line are...
Dates: 1987

Pattern Poetry: Guide To An Unknown Literature / Higgins, Dick ; Simmias of Rhodes ; Maurus H ; Salmonius Macrinus ; Puttenham G ; Lobkowitz J ; Pierius ; Theocritus ; Porphyrii PO ; Caruso L ; Optatian ; Cook G ; Fortunatus V ; Bettini M ; Honthemius J ; Abulafia A ; Rossi N ; Rabelais ; Martin G ; Ferland A ; Geuder J ; Helwig J ; Peuker N ; Frisch J ; Schonenfels S ; Kankel J ; Beaumont J ; Browne W ; Herbert G ; Herrick R ; Puttenham G ; Watson T ; Carroll L ; Bean S ; Taylor E ; Ramirez B ; Gama Lobo E ; Radolinski A ; Susliga W ; Rypson P ; Rothmann B ; Forstenovius P ; Simeon of Polotsk ; Dovhalevskij M ; Haugsdorf P ; Dordjic I ; Peignot C ; Thilo V., 1987

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Identifier: CC-36439-38232
Scope and Contents Higgins tells the history of pattern poetry, documenting more than 2000 works. He divides the book by chapters such as Language and Literature, e.g., Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, French, German, Scandinavian, Dutch and Flemish, British, Hispanic, Polish, and Slavic. He also has a chapter on Languages outside European such as Far East, Citrakavyas and other Indian languages, Islamic, and Languages in which no pattern poetry has been reported. In another chapter, he describes Acrostics, Telestics, Mesostics, Lapidary Inscriptions, Leonine Verse, Magical Inscriptions and Formulae, Mathematical Arrays and Poems, Musical Analogues of Pattern Poetry, Proteus Poems, Rebuses, Shaped Prose, and Sound Poetry. De. Herbert Francke contributes a chapter on Chinese Pattern Texts and Dr. Kalanath Jha on Sandscrit Citrakavyas. Higgins' glossary of terms follows below.ABECEDARIAN VERSE: poetry in which the first word of a line, the subject of the line or all the words of the line are...
Dates: 1987

Phillip Mills Arnold Semeiology Collection / Maurus H., 1973

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Identifier: CC-04935-5032
Scope and Contents

Includes annotated listing of ancient books dealing with cryptography, ancient languages, shorthand, language (philosophy), sign languages, etc. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1973

Poems for the Millennium Volume 3: The University of California Book of Romantic & Postromantic Poetry / Rothenberg, Jerome, editor ; Robinson, Jeffrey C., editor ; Smart C ; Blake W ; Hugo V ; deNerval G ; Baudelaire C ; Dickenson E ; Mallarme S ; Carroll L ; Apollinaire G ; The Shakers ; Rimbaud A ; Sterne L ; Verlaine P ; Laforgue J ; Holz A ; Jarry A ; Stein G., 2009

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Identifier: CC-59603-10002681
Scope and Contents

Almost all of this anthology is devoted to linear poetry with the following exceptions: 1) Stepjane Mallarme's concrete poem, "Cette Adorable Bague" (1866) on page 684, 2)William Blake's "Laocoon," a calligraphic picture pom on page 709, 3) Shaker visionary drawings (1843) on pages 710-711, 4) Edward Lear's callgraphic visual poems (1864), on oage 713, 5) Lewis Carroll's shaped calligraphic poem, "A Mouse" on page713 and 6) Apollinaire's concrete poem, "The Bleeding Heart..." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2009

Poems for the Millennium Volume 3: The University of California Book of Romantic & Postromantic Poetry / Rothenberg, Jerome, editor ; Robinson, Jeffrey C., editor ; Smart C ; Blake W ; Hugo V ; deNerval G ; Baudelaire C ; Dickenson E ; Mallarme S ; Carroll L ; Apollinaire G ; The Shakers ; Rimbaud A ; Sterne L ; Verlaine P ; Laforgue J ; Holz A ; Jarry A ; Stein G., 2009

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Identifier: CC-59604-10002682
Scope and Contents

Almost all of this anthology is devoted to linear poetry with the following exceptions: 1) Stepjane Mallarme's concrete poem, "Cette Adorable Bague" (1866) on page 684, 2)William Blake's "Laocoon," a calligraphic picture pom on page 709, 3) Shaker visionary drawings (1843) on pages 710-711, 4) Edward Lear's callgraphic visual poems (1864), on oage 713, 5) Lewis Carroll's shaped calligraphic poem, "A Mouse" on page713 and 6) Apollinaire's concrete poem, "The Bleeding Heart..." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2009

Poems from Italy / Smith, William Jay, editor ; Gioia, Dana, editor ; Pound E ; Hnizdovsky J., 1985

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Identifier: CC-42604-44620
Scope and Contents

Jacques Hnizdovsky provided woodcut illustrations. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1985

Poetische Sprachspiele: Vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, 2002

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Identifier: CC-41138-43119
Scope and Contents

Raoul Hausmann's "sound-reel," a sound poem held by the Sackner Archive is depicted on page 146. It depicts the hand writtem added letters, signs and numbers that are often not present in other reproductions of the poem. However, it lacks the hand printed inscription of the title at its bottom and the typed R. Hausmann signature. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2002