History of Illustration

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Susan Doyle, Jaleen Grove, Whitney Sherman
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Feb 22, 2018 - Design - 592 pages

"The authoritative book on the origins, history, and influence of illustration. Bravo!" David Brinley, University of Delaware, USA

History of Illustration covers image-making and print history from around the world, spanning from the ancient to the modern. Hundreds of color images show illustrations within their social, cultural, and technical context, while they are ordered from the past to the present. Readers will be able to analyze images for their displayed techniques, cultural standards, and ideas to appreciate the art form. This essential guide is the first history of illustration written by an international team of illustration historians, practitioners, and educators.

 

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Contents

Illustrative
1
Propaganda in the Bayeux Tapestry
7
Word and Image
13
CHAPTER
17
Engraving in Northern Europe
27
CHAPTER THREE
37
Image and Text
43
CHAPTER FOUR
54
The Boldness of Beardsley
240
483
243
Penfield Reed and American Girls
246
by Susan Ashbrook and Alison Syme
248
Edward Lear
253
The Twentieth Century
259
by Alice A Carter
266
NineteenthCentury Fashion Plate
272

CHAPTER FOUR Illustrative Traditions in
56
Ornamentation versus Illustration
60
CHAPTER FIVE
71
198
74
Illustration and the Growing Book Trade
77
Technical and Practical
78
476
81
Conclusion
84
CHAPTER
85
Tale of Genji
90
248
91
Surimono Prints
96
CHAPTER SEVEN
103
and Murals
117
CHAPTEREIGHT
120
EdoBini
123
Easel Painting
129
Ŕděre Eléko
136
CHAPTER NINE
138
Observation Representation
142
Berger Ways of Seeing
148
CHAPTER
154
Anatomical Realism
160
Foucault Discourse
165
CHAPTERELEVEN
170
by R W Lovejoy
171
Social Satires
177
Conclusion
183
CHAPTER TWELVE
184
The Advent
198
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
199
Multiplying the Image
204
Chromolithography
210
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
215
by Brian M Kane and Page Knox
232
308
284
E W Kemble
290
CHAPTER NINETEEN
308
Dada
314
The AvantGarde and Advertising
320
CHAPTER TWENTY
322
Moderne
328
Women Consumers
334
The Art of World War I
340
CHAPTER TWENTY
358
TwentiethCentury Fantasy
365
New Directions in SciFi and Fantasy
371
Overview of Comics
376
A Visual Storytelling Art Form
377
Peanuts
383
Conclusion
395
413
396
Impact of Television
402
Push Pin Studios
408
by Stephanie Haboush Plunkett with
413
Regionalism Identity and Adversity
414
Reaching the Masses
420
Transcending Suppression
426
CHAPTER TWENTY
431
Alternative Press
432
Underground Comix
438
Gay and Lesbian Comix
444
by R W Lovejoy
450
by Whitney Sherman
464
CHAPTER TWENTY NINE
484
About the Contributors
501
Bibliography
508
Glossary
527
Index
533
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About the author (2018)

Susan Doyle is Chair and Associate Professor at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence (RISD), USA.

Jaleen Grove is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Douglas B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library at Washington University, USA.

Whitney Sherman is Director of the MFA in Illustration Practice at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), USA.

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