Joaquín Ibarra y Marín

1726,1725 - 1785

photo credits: Wikimedia Commons

country of citizenship:  Spain
languages spoken, written or signed:  Spanish
occupation:  typographereditorprinter

Joaquín Ibarra y Marín, also known as Joaquín Ibarra, (Zaragoza, July 20, 1725 - Madrid, November 13, 1785) was a Spanish printer who was known for several important technical developments in the fields of the press, books, and typography. Some of his most important works are Conhuración de Catilina y la guerra de Yugurta, printed in 1772, and an edition of Don Quijote de la Mancha, as well as Real Academia Española, done in 1780. Ibarra was influenced by Baskerville, Didot and Bodoni. Source: Wikipedia (en)


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