Frank Ruhl Libre Serif Font Family
Frank Ruhl Libre is an open supply edition of the conventional Hebrew typeface Frank Rühl, which is by far the most widely used Hebrew typeface in print. Rafael Frank founded Frank Rühl in 1908 in collaboration with Auto Rühl at the C. F. Rühl foundry in Leipzig. In 1910, a final edition was published.
Frank Ruhl Libre Serif Font Family is based on Venetian typefaces used by printer Daniel Bomberg and has Sephardi proportions (mem-height is close to 412 stroke widths). Frank wrote of his structure that he needed to combine the simplicity of Antiqua with the “pleasantness” of Fraktur, leading him to “quieten” the letterforms by reducing the contrast between its slender and thick strokes. Yanek Iontef’s newly planned revival is a five-person household (the initial typeface experienced only one.)
Frank Rühl is the primary overall body textual content typeface used in many Israeli textbooks, newspapers, and publications. The font was created to meet the growing demand for typefaces in secular Hebrew writings. It was designed to be readable in long-form textual content, with and without vowel marks.
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|Name||Frank Ruhl Libre Serif Font Family|
|Font Licence||Free for Personal use.|
This font is free for personal use & commercial use.