Book Illustrated: Text, Image, and Culture, 1770-1930
Oak Knoll Press, 2000 - Reference - 320 pages
Leading scholars from the United States and England analyze the rich interplay of illustration with text to exemplify the means by which visual culture evolved. Contained within eight new essays, arranged chronologically, scholars examine the visual insurgence that emerged from 1770-1930 by means of analyzing illustrations from novels, plays, poetry, ballets, and children's books. In addition, these notable scholars examine the impact of book covers and jackets, prints, bindings, papers, title pages, and paintings on American and English readers spanning 160 years.
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ROSSETTI AND THE ART OF THE BOOK
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Age of Mechanical Alice Barber Stephens appear Aubrey Beardsley audience ballerina Beardsley's illustrations Belinda Bell's Benjamin binding book illustration British caricature Caroline character Charles Collection costume courtesy cover Cruik culture dancers Dante Gabriel Rossetti decorative depicted Dickens Dickens's drawing Elizabeth Shippen Green engraving essay etching Fagin Figure frame frontispiece George Cruikshank Gillray Gillray's graphic satire hair head Hogarth Press illustrated books images jacket Jessie Willcox Smith John Julien's Album king Knight Leonard Letter lithographs Lock London Marie Taglioni mechanical reproduction middle-class Museum Nancy nineteenth century novel Oakley Oliver Twist Oliver's original Oxford painting Patten pictorial picture plate play poem poet political Pope's portrait production published queen Rape reader Romantic ballet Salome scene Shakespeare Shakespearean Skidmore College stage theater tion University Press Victorian Violet Oakley Virginia visual volumes Walter Benjamin Wilde's woman women artists women illustrators Woolfs