Futurism was an artistic movement centered in Italy that emphasized the dynamism, speed, energy, and power of the machine, and the vitality, change, and restlessness of modern life.
We want to thank everyone who has followed our journey into the world of The Divine Comedy, taking a closer look at George Cochrane’s artistic process in completing ‘La Divina Commedia – The New Manuscript’
The way Dante’s work first appeared was in manuscripts, so handwriting is a part of the way that his poem had first appeared.
One of a few extant codices in the format of a rolled cylinder scroll, this impressive work was crafted by indigenous artists with European influences. Read on to discover never-ending story of the Tulane Codex.
One of the most important manuscript commissioned by Charlemagne to celebrate his Empire, the Godescalc Evangelistary is available in a special library facsimile edition.
A little (medieval) fiesta never killed nobody: follow us for a trip into the Catalan Mahzor, a unique prayer book from the second quarter of the fourteenth century. Spoiler alert: contains stunning micrographies.
Once upon a time only dukes, popes, and princesses could hold a priceless artifact like the Godescalc Evangelistary in their hands. Today, facsimiles allow you to leaf through them — well, at least virtually! So what are you waiting for?
Ladies and gentlemen, here’s some fresh intel for you! From now on, Facsimile Finder will be featuring the “Take a Break from the Present” video series presenting its facsimile editions. This way you’ll get to leaf through your favorite facsimiles from the comfort of your own home.
Discover the story behind the Facsimile Finder logo and how our cute little owl has changed over the last five years.
Tired of the same old Jack o’Lantern? We have the perfect solution to make your Halloween so very special, with our Halloween pumpkin carving tutorial!