During the s, the company began to tour internationally and his work attracted increasing interest. As his work gained wider acclaim and recognition, Grotowski was invited to work in the United States and he left Poland in Although the company he founded in Poland closed a few years later in , he continued to teach and direct productions in Europe and America. However, Grotowski became increasingly uncomfortable with the adoption and adaptation of his ideas and practices, particularly in the US. So, at what seemed to be the height of his public profile, he left America and moved to Italy where he established the Grotowski Workcenter in in Pontedera , near Pisa.
Motetum Archangeli Michaelis ; Apocalipsis cum figuris secundum Dürer
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The mode of printing was entirely different from that of the regular printed book: the leaves were printed on one side only, with an irongall ink quite different from printing ink, and most examples appear to have been printed in a hand-press or by rubbing. One set of blocks would be used again and again to produce small runs, or issues, distinguishable from one another only by the state of the blocks and the paper stocks employed. The blockbook Apocalypse went into six editions in all, each new edition entailing the execution of a new set of twenty-four or twenty-five wood blocks, each with two pages. The blank pages were usually pasted together.
Apocalipsis cu[m] figuris.
Apocalyptic literature is a genre of prophetical writing that developed in post- Exilic Jewish culture and was popular among millennialist early Christians. Apocalyptic elements can be detected in the prophetical books of Joel and Zechariah , while Isaiah chapters 24—27 and 33 present well-developed apocalypses. The Book of Daniel offers a fully matured and classic example of this genre of literature.