RE: [JVF] information re Jules Verne Maps / Cartes

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Andrew Nash

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Feb 17, 2021, 12:18:39 PMFeb 17
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... and yes, an excellent collection of the Maps in Jules Verne Novels.
The direct address is:
http://verne.garmtdevries.nl/en/maps/originals.html
and Garmt de Vries-Uiterweerd should get full credit. The collection is excellent.
.. Andrew


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La page indiquée renvoie sur la compilation des cartes de JV faite par Garmt de Vries-Uiterweerd.
Il est surprenant que l'auteur n'en soit pas mentionné.

Jacques Crovisier


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Le Dimanche 14 Février 2021 12:08 CET, Eric Kirikou <erickir...@gmail.com> a écrit:

>
>
> Romans géographiques: voyagez en suivant les cartes de Jules Verne
> Ecrivain particulièrement prolifique, Jules Verne est l'auteur de plus
> de 100 livres publiés. Parmi ces ouvrages, 62 composent le corpus de
> Voyages extraordinaires, un recueil édité pour la première fois par
> Pierre-Jules Hetzel en 1866. Cette série de «romans géographiques»
> comprenait notamment des cartes gravées qui permettaient au lecteur de
> se projeter L'autre. côté du globe. Ces documents sont désormais
> disponibles gratuitement en ligne, idéaux pour s'évader sans quitter votre canapé.
>
>
> https://actualitte.com/article/98837/numerisation/romans-geographique-
> voyagez-en-suivant-les-cartes-de-jules-verne
>
> Geographical novels: travel by following Jules Verne's maps A
> particularly prolific writer, Jules Verne is the author of over 100 published books.
> Among these works, 62 make up the corpus of Voyages extraordinaires, a
> collection published for the first time by Pierre-Jules Hetzel in 1866.
> This series of "geographical novels" included, in particular, engraved
> maps which helped the reader to project himself from the other. side
> of the globe. These documents are now available free online, ideal for
> getting away from it all without leaving your sofa.
>
>
> https://actualitte.com/article/98837/numerisation/romans-geographique-
> voyagez-en-suivant-les-cartes-de-jules-verne
>
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Jan Rychlík

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Feb 25, 2021, 4:40:39 AMFeb 25
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Besides the original maps, there were beautiful ones in the 1957 to 1991 Czech Verne series drawn by Jaromir Vrastil (1922-1979) who also illustrated some of Verne novels using fresco-like technique invented by him. See the maps at http://daildeli.cz/vrastilmap1.html

Don Sample

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Feb 25, 2021, 5:17:14 PMFeb 25
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I've created my own maps for The Children of Captain Grant, 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas, and The Mysterious Island, versions of which can be found at

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ayI08FWD-yPYnCUCE4ZY_xU7tCniPEBn
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mken...@aol.com

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Mar 8, 2021, 8:05:36 PMMar 8
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Thanks for the links. I like the maps, especially Nový Zéland and Ostrov Států. And Don’s Lincoln Island – complete with contour lines, looking great!
Best wishes
Matthias
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