Illustrations and Prints, including Cartography

 

This bibliographic survey covers the last decade's scholarship on 18th-century engraving, covering illustrations and prints as well as cartography. A shorter version of this list without cartographic materials appeared in The East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 15, no. 1 (January 2001), 58-77, and partial short list of cartographic studies appeared on p. 78 of the January issue, and on p. 73 of the September 2001 issue. I will continue to revise this bibliography, so I request additions and corrections from scholars. Last revised, March 23, 2001.

James E. May
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Abraham, Lyndy. A Dictionary of Alchemical Imagery. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Pp. xxii + 249; rpt. in paperback, 2001.

Adams, Alison (ed.). Emblems in Glasgow: A Collection of Essays Drawing on the Stirling Maxwell Collection in Glasgow University Library. Glasgow: University of Glasgow French and German Publications, 1992. Pp. vi + 161.

Adams, Alison, Stephen Rawles, and Alison Saunders. A Bibliography of French Emblem Books of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. (Travaux d'Humanisme et Renaissance, 331.) Vol. 1. Geneva: Droz, 1999. Pp. xxxii + 670; illus.

Adams, David J. "Theme and Technique in the 'Oudry' Edition of La Fontaine's 'Fables.'" Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 81, no. 3 (Autumn 1999), 361-84.

Aikins, Janet E. "Re-presenting the Body in Pamela II." Pp. 151-77 in New Historical Literary Study: Essays on Reproducing Texts, Representing History. Edited by Jeffrey N. Cox and Larry J. Reynolds. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1993. [On illustrations commissioned for Samuel Richardson's sequel to Pamela and their relation to the text.]

Ajewski, Konrad. "Zbiory ikonograficzne Biblioteki Ordynacji Zamojskiej w Warszawie." Rocznik Biblioteki Narodowej, 29 (1993), 33-58.

Alexander, David S. Affecting Moments: Prints of English Literature Made in the Age of Romantic Sensibility (1775-1800). York, U. K.: University of York, 1993. Pp. 72; illus.; indices.

Alexander, David. "'Alone Worth Treble the Price': Illustrations in 18th-Century English Magazines." Pp. 107-133 of A Millennium of the Book: Production, Design, and Illustration in Manuscript and Print (900-1900). Edited by Robin Myers and Michael Harris. Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1994.

Alexander, David. "City of London Ward Maps." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 49-50. [Review essay of Ward Maps of the City of London (London: London Topographical Society, 1999], pp. 84 pp., 1 color plate; 40 illustrations), by Ralph Hyde, retired Keeper of Prints at the Guildhall Library.]

Alexander, David. "The Daryl's Satires of Hair Fashions." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 173-75.

Alexander, David. "Kaufmann and the Print Market in Eighteenth-Century England." Pp. 141-78 in Angelica Kaufmann. Edited by Wendy Wassyng Roworth. London: Reaktion Books, 1992. Pp. 216; illus. (some in color).

Alexander, David. Richard Newton and English Caricature in the 1790s. Manchester, U.K.: Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, in association with Manchester University Press, 1998. Pp. x + 177; 60 color plates; 37 illustrations.

Alexander, David. "Sterne, the 18th-Century Print Market, and the Prints in Shandy Hall." The Shandean, 5 (1993), 110-24; checklist of eighteenth-century "Shandean prints at Shandy Hall."

Aliverti, Maria Ines. "Major Portraits and Minor Series in Eighteenth-Century Theatrical Portraiture." Theatre Research International, 22 (1997), 234-54.

Allen, Phillip. The Atlas of Atlases: The Map Makers' Vision of the World: Atlases from the Cadbury Collection, Birmingham Central Library. London: Ebury Press, 1993. Pp. 160; illus.

Almeida-Topor, H. d', and Michel Sève, with the assistance of Anne-Elisabeth Spica. L'historien et l'image: De l'illustration à la preuve: Actes du Colloque tenu à l'Université de Metz, 11-12 mars 1994. (Publications du Centre de recherche Histoire et civilisation de l'Université de Metz, 20.) Metz: Centre de recherche Histoire et civilisation de l'Université de Metz, 1998. Pp. 301.

Anderson, Patricia. The Printed Image and the Transformation of Popular Culture (1790-1860). New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. Pp. x + 211; bibliography; illus.; index.

Andrews, John H. "New Light on Three 18th-Century Cartographers: Herman Moll, Thomas Moland and Henry Pratt." Bulletin of the Irish Georgian Society, 35 (1992/93), 17-24; illus.

Andrews, John H. Shapes of Ireland: Maps and Their Makers (1564-1839). Dublin: Geography Publishers, 1997. Pp. ix + 346; illus.; index; maps.

Andries, Lise. "Les illustrations dans l'Histoire des deux Index." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 333 (1995), 11-41; 18 plates.

Apgar, Garry. "'Sage comme une image': Trois siècles d'iconographie voltairienne." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 135 (July 1994), 5-44; bibliography; checklist of prints; illus. (some colored).

Arbour, Keith. "The First North American Mathematical Book and Its Metalcut Illustrations: Jacob Taylor's Tenebrae, 1697." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 123 (1999), 87-98; 4 of plates.

Aspital, A. W. (comp.). Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdelene College, Cambridge. Vol. 3: Prints and Drawings. Part 1: General. Cambridge: Brewer, c. 1989. [Part 2 of Vol. 3 with portraits was compiled by Eric Chamberlain (1989).]

Astington, John H. "The Wits' Illustration 1662." Theatre Notebook, 47 (1993), 122-40; 8 plates. [On engraved illustrations of the theatre.]

Atwater, Vivian Lee. "Les Graveurs et la vogue néerlandaise dans le Paris du XVIIIe siècle. [Part 1:] La Revanche des Magots" Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 141 (July 1995), 3-10; illus.

Atwater, Vivian Lee. "Les Graveurs et la vogue néerlandaise dans le Paris du XVIIIe siècle. II: Le Bas Teniers et l'idéalisation de la vie paysanne." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 142-43 (Oct. 1995), 3-12; illus.

Banerji, Christiane, and Diana Donald (eds.). Gillray Observed: The Earliest Accounts of His Caricatures in London and Paris. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Pp. xvii + 272; illus.

Banks, Stephen. "The Florilegium of Sir Joseph Banks." Philobiblon [Cape Town, S.A.], 10 (1994), [4-6].

Barber, Peter. "Necessary and Ornamental: Map Use in England under the Later Stuarts, 1660-1714." Eighteenth-Century Life, 14 (1990), 1-28.

Barchas, Janine. "The Engraved Score in [Richardson's] Clarissa: An Intersection of Music, Narrative, and Graphic Design." Eighteenth-Century Life, n.s. 20, no. 2 (May 1996), 1-20; illus.

Barchas, Janine. "Prefiguring Genre: Frontispiece Portraits from Gulliver's Travels to Millenium Hall." Studies in the Novel, 30 (1998), 260-86.

Barnhill, Georgia Brady. "The Catalogue of American Engravings: A Manual for Users." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 108, Part 1 (1998 [1999]), 113-247 [Subheadings of 16,800+ engravings at the AAS listed this on-line bibliography, 150-247]

. Barnhill, Georgia Brady (ed.). Prints of New England. Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 1991. Pp. viii + 164; bibliography; illus.; index. [Several essays, including Wendy Reaves' on portrait prints, and a checklist.]

Bath, Michael. Speaking Pictures: English Emblem Books and Renaissance Culture. London: Longman, 1994. [Contains a chapter on the English emblem after 1700.]

Beasley, Gerald, Claire Baines, and Henry Raine (comps.). The Mark J. Millard Architectural Collection. Introduction by Harry Francis Mallgrave. Vol. 3: Northern European Books, Sixteenth to Early Nineteenth Centuries. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art; New York: G. Brazillier, 1998. Pp. xii + 415 (respectively); bibliographies; illus.; indices.

Beasley, Jerry C. Tobias Smollett Novelist. Athens, GA: Georgia University Press, 1998. Pp. xv + 259; illus. [Compares Hogarth's prints to Smollett's pictorial imagery; notes and offers illustrations of Smollett's novels by Rowlandson and others.]

Beaumont-Maillet, Laure. "Les collectionneurs au cabinet des estampes." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 132 (December 1993), 5-27; illus.

Becher, Anne G. "Barlow's Aesop at Oxford." Journal of the Printing History Society, 25 (1996), 4-20; plates. [On Francis Barlow's engraved 1666 title-page and early Oxford University Press editions.]

Behrendt, Stephen C. "The Function of Illustration, Intentional and Unintentional." Pp. 29-49 in Imagination on a Long Rein: English Literature Illustrated. Edited by Joachim Möller. Marburg: Jonas, 1988.

Belhaouari, Luis. "Jean Démosthène Dugourc: Graveur de Sacrifice à Vénus, d'après un tableau de Caspar Netscher anciennement dans les collections du Palais Royale. Nouvelles de l'estampe, 170 (May-June 2000), 27-34.

Belhaouari, Luis. "Un ouvrage illustré du XVIIIe siècle: Emprunts et créations: Jean-Démosthène Dugourc et l'Histoire universelles des théâtres (1779-1781)." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 150 (Dec. 1996), 11-18; illus.

Bell, Ian A. "Postcards of the Hanging: The Representation of Crime in William Hogarth's Industry and Idleness." In Narrating Transgression: Representations of the Criminal in Early Modern England. (Anglo-American Studies, 11.) Edited by Rosamaria Loretelli and Roberto De Romanis. New York: P. Lang, 1999.

Bendall, A. Sarah. Maps, Land, and Society: A History, with a Cartobibliography of Cambridgeshire Estate Maps c. 1600-1836. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992. Pp. xxiv + 404; bibliography [351-79]; illus.; maps (some in color).

Bendall, Sarah, and Peter Eden (comps. and eds.). Dictionary of Land Surveyors and Local Map Makers of Great Britain. Rev. 2nd ed. 2 Vols. London: British Library; Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997. Pp. 912; 14 color and 20 black-and-white illustrations. [For this revision of Eden's work (1975-79), Bendall has nearly doubled the number of surveyors listed, to 14,000, begun the survey two decades earlier, and added full bibliographical references. Volume 1 contains an illustrated introduction to surveying as a profession, with tables and indices; Volume 2 contains the biographical entries on surveyors.]

Benson, Cynda L. "Early American Illuminated Manuscripts from the Ephrata Cloister." Diss. University of Kansas, 1994. DAI, 56, no. 1 (July 1995), 2A.

Bentley, E. B. "Blake's Elusive Ladies." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 26 (1992/93), 30-33; illus.

Bentley, G. E., Jr. Blake Books Supplement: A Bibliography of Publications and Discoveries about William Blake 1971-1991, Being a Continuation of Blake Books (1977). New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. Pp. xvii + 789; 13 illus.; index. [Bentley's Blake Books Supplement appeared in 1977, supplementing a 1971 edition. See David Worrall's review in Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 32 (1999), 46-48.]

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "'Blake . . . Had No Quaritch': The Sale of William Muir's Blake Facsimiles." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 27 (1993/94), 4-13. [Muir (1845-1938) produced hand-colored facsimiles of Blake's books.]

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "The Death of Blake's Partner James Parker." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 30 (1996/1997), 49-51.

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "Images of the World: Separately Published English Bible Illustrations, 1539-1830." Studies in Bibliography, 47 (1994), 103-128; illustrations [Bibles printed on the Continent, 1529-1802, with photographic insert with 19 English Bible illustrations].

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "The Journeyman and the Genius: James Parker and His Partner William Blake, with a List of Parker's Engravings." Studies in Bibliography, 49 (1996), 208-31; 6 of photographic plates.

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "The Physiognomy of Lavater's Essays: False Imprints '1792' and '1789.'" Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 29 (1995), 16-23.

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "[Review with appendix of additional titles overlooked in] Blake Set to Music: A Bibliography of Musical Settings to the Poems and Prose of William Blake. Vol. 5. [Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1990. Pp. xxxix + 281; illustrations]." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 30 (1996/1997), 25-31; appendix of overlooked titles [28-31].

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "The Unrecognized First Printing of [John] Flaxman's Iliad (1793)." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 9 (1995 [1998]), 102-20; 6 plates.

Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the Assistance of Keiko Aoyama for Japanese Publications (comp.). "William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1995"; "_____ 1996"; "_____ 1997"; "_____ 1998"; "_____ 1999"; "_____ 2000." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 29 (1995/1996), 131-68; 30 (1996/1997), 121-52; 31 (1997/1998), 137-74; 32 (1998/1999), 114-48; 33 (1999/2000), 135-67; 34 (2000/2001), 129-58 [indexed; recurrent feature of this journal for many years].

Benton, M. G. "From A Rake's Progress to Rosie's Walk: Lessons in Aesthetic Reading." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 29 (1995), 33-46.

Beynel, Muriel. "La Fontaine et les fabulistes ibériques du XVIIIe siècle: Le texte et l'image." Revue de littérature comparée, 70 (1996), 99-118; illus.

Bicknell, Peter. The Picturesque Scenery of the Lake District, 1752-1855: A Bibliographic Study. Detroit: Omnigrapics, 1990. Pp. x + 198; checklist; illus.

Bindman, David. "Blake's Vision of Slavery Revisited." Huntington Library Quarterly, 58 (1996), 371-382; color plates. [On works of the 1790s, as Visions of the Daughters of Albion.]

Bindman, David (ed.). Hogarth and His Times: Serious Comedy. Berkeley: University of California Press; London: British Library, 1997. Pp. 208; 7 color plates; 129 illustrations. [The catalogue with introductory essays for an exhibition organized by David Bindman, first shown at the British Library in 1997-1998 and then in North America; with discussions of Hogarth's sources, aesthetic principles, political context, and reception.]

Bindman, David (ed.). The Shadow of the Guillotine: Britain and the French Revolution. London: British Museum, 1989. [Exhibition catalogue with discussion of graphic materials in Bindman's preface.]

Biscontini Ugolini, G., and J. Petruzzellis Schwer, with the assistance of C. Salsi (eds.). Maiolica e incisione: Tre secoli di rapporti iconografici. Catalogo della mostra, Castello Sforzeno, 29 aprile - 15 settembre 1992. Vicenza: Neri Pozza, 1992. Pp. 245; illus.

Bishop, Philippa. "The Sentence of Momus: Satirical Verse and Prints in Eighteenth-Century Bath." Bath History, 5 (1994), 51-79.

Black, Hester (comp.), and David Weston (ed.). A Short Title Catalogue of the Emblem Books and Related Works in the Stirling Maxwell Collection of Glasgow University Library (1499-1917). Aldershot, Hants., U. K., and Brookfield, VT: Scolar, 1988. Pp. vi + 99. [Weston revised the catalogue Black produced earlier.]

Blake, William. The Continental Prophecies: America, Europe, Song of Los. Edited by Detlef Dorrbecker. Princeton, NJ: William Blake Trust and Princeton University Press; London: Tate Gallery, 1995. Pp. 367; illus. [On the 1993-1995 books in this series, see reviews by Grevel Lindop in TLS (Sept. 26, 1997), 18-19, and by Michael Phillips in Burlington Magazine, 139 (1997), 338-39.]

Blake, William. The Early Illuminated Books. (Blake's Illuminated Books, 3.) Edited by Morris Eaves, Robert N. Essick, and Joseph Viscomi. Princeton, NJ: William Blake Trust and Princeton University Press; London: Tate Gallery, 1993. Pp. 286; illus. (some colored).

Blake, William. Milton: A Poem, with Ghost of Abel, On Homer's Poetry, On Virgil, Laocoon. Edited by Robert N. Essick, et al. Princeton, NJ: William Blake Trust and Princeton University Press; London: Tate Gallery, 1993. Pp. 286; illus.

Blake, William. The Urizen Books: Urizen, Ahania, Book of Los. Edited by David Worrall. Princeton, NJ: William Blake Trust and Princeton University Press; London: Tate Gallery, 1995. Pp. 231; illus.

Blake, William. Songs of Innocence and Experience. Edited by Andrew Lincoln. (William Blake's Illuminated Books, 2.) Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991. Pp. 209; 58 color plates; 66 figures.

Blas Benito, Javier. Bibliografia del arte grafico: Grabado, litografia, serigrafia, historia, tecnicas, artistas. Madrid: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, 1994. Pp. 402.

Blas Benito, Javier. (gen. ed.). Goya grabador y litografo: Repertorio bibliografico. Checklist by Dolores Ael, et al. Madrid: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Calcografia Nacional, 1992. Pp. 59; bibliography.

Blas Benito, Javier, Ascension Ciruelos Gonzalo, and Clemente Barrena Fernandez. Diccionario del dibuho y la estampa: Vocabulario y tesauro sobre las artes del dibujo, grabado, litografia, y serigrafia. Madrid: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando; Calcografia Nacional, 1996. Pp. 212.

Blewett, David. "The Illustration of Robinson Crusoe: 1719-1840." Pp. 66-81 in Imagination on a Long Rein: English Literature Illustrated. Edited by Joachim Möller. Marburg: Jonas, 1988.

Blewett, David. The Illustration of Robinson Crusoe: 1719-1920. Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, U.K.: Colin Smythe, Pp. 235; 103 illus.; index.

Blunt, Wilfrid, and Sandra Raphael. The Illustrated Herbal. Rev. ed. London: Frances Lincoln, 1994. Pp. 190; illus. (some in color); index. [First published New York: Thames & Hudson, 1979 with 191 pp. and illus.; perhaps not significantly revised.] '

Blunt, Wilfrid, and William T. Stearn. The Art of Botanical Illustration. Woodbridge, Suffolk, U. K.: Antique Collectors' Club in association with the Royal Botanical Garden, Kew, 1994. Pp. 368; 125 of colored plates; 140 illus.; index. [Originally compiled by Wilfrid Blunt (1950) and revised and enlarged by William T. Stearn (1994).]

Bogaert-Damin, Anne-Marie, and Jacques A. Piron. Images de jardins du XVIe au XXe siècle dans les collections de la Bibliothèque universitaire Moretus Plantin. (Bibliothèque Universitaire Moretus Plantin, Publications, 7.) Namur: Bibliothèque universitaire Moretus Plantin, 1996. Pp. 308; illus. (some in color); index.

Bogaert-Damin, Anne-Marie, and Jacques A. Piron. Livres de fruits du XVIe au XXe siècle dans les collections de la Bibliothèque universitaire Moretus Plantin. (Bibliothèque Universitaire Moretus Plantin, Publications, 5.) 2nd ed. Namur: Bibliothèque universitaire Moretus Plantin, 1992. Pp. 264; illus. (some colored); index. [First published in 1984.]

Bordes, Juan. "Arquitectura del libro de Arquitectura (1511-1842): Refugios de la utopía." Fragmentos, nos. 17-19 (1991), 93-109.

Borsch, Suzanne. "[Jan Cornelisz] Vermeyen." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 392-95. [On a rare print at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Le Chasteau de Madril.]

Boorsch, Suzanne. "Lorenzo Tiepolo's St. Charles Boromeo Venerating the Crucifix." Print Quarterly, 13 (1996), 401-10.

Bousquet-Bressolier, Catherine. "Charles-Antoine Jombert (1712-1784): Un libraire entre sciences et arts." Bulletin du bibliophile (1997), 299-333; summary in English.

Bouville, Maïthé. "Les Criées de Marseille": Inventaire des affiches, 1565 à 1789. Edited by Isabelle Rambaud. Marseille: Archives de la ville de Marseille, 1992. Pp. 597; illus. (some in color); index.

Bowden, Betsy. "Canterbury Pilgrims and Their Horses in the Eighteenth Century: Two Artists' Interpretations." Harvard Library Bulletin, 3 (1992/93), 18-34.

Bowers, Rick. "Tamburlaine Engraved, 1622 to 1673." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59 (1997 [1998]), 542-49.

Bozal Urzay, Valeriano. Francisco de Goya, grabador: Caprichos. Madrid: Editorial Caser, 1992. Pp. 210.

Breyl, Jutta. "'Gantz ein ander Buch': Das Frontispiz zu Grimmelhausens Proximus und Lampida als poetologisches Signal." Simpliciana, 15 (1993), 193-206; illus.

Bridson, Gavin D. R., and James J. White (comps.). Plant, Animal, and Anatomical Illustration in Art and Science: A Bibliographical Guide from the 16th Century to the Present Day. Winchester, Hants., U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, in association with the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation; Detroit: Omnigraphics, 1990. Pp. xxxix + 450; illustrations; indices; 4 plates.

Bridson, Gavin, and Geoffrey Wakeman. Printmaking and Picture Printing: A Bibliographical Guide to Artistic and Industrial Techniques in Britain, 1775-1900. Oxford: Plough Press, 1984. Pp. 250; index.

Briggs, C. Stephen. "A Megalithic Conundrum: The Pedigree of Some William Stukeley Illustrations." Trivium, 29/30 (1997), 195-212.

Brink, Paul van den (ed.). Almanak verzamelingen topografisch beeldmateriaal: Een overzicht van kaartenverzamelingen en topografisch-historische atlassen in Nederland. The Hague: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 1995. Pp. 340; bibliography [299-325]; index.

Bromberg, Ruth. Canaletto's Etchings: A Catalogue and Study Illustrating and Dating the Known States, Including Those Hitherto Unknown. 2nd ed. San Francisco: A. Wofsy Fine Arts, 1993. Pp. 193; 330 illus.

Bromberg, Ruth. "Giandomenico and Lorenzo Tiepolo." Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 447 and 452-53; plates. [On new states recently discovered of Giandomenico's Tarquin and Lucretia and Lorenzo's Rinaldo Abandons Armida.]

Brooks, W. "The Significance of Engravings as Examples of the Personal Iconography of the Second Madame, Duchess of Orleans." Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 18 (1996), 72-89.

Bruggeman, Jan. "De datering van Weyermans portret." Mededelingen van de Stichting Jacob Campo Weyerman, 19 (1996), 78-83; illus. [The portrait appears in various publications of Weyerman; Bruggeman discusses Jacobus Houbraken and Cornelis Troost.]

Bruggeman, Jan. "De titelprent van 'de Konst-schilders.'" Mededelingen van de Stichting Jacob Campo Weyerman, 19 (1996), 18-22; illus. [On title-page engraving in J. C. Weyerman's De levensbeschryvingen der Nederlandsche konst-schilders en konst-schilderessen (1729).]

Bryant, M., and S. Henage. Dictionary of British Cartoonists and Caricaturists 1730-1980. Aldershot, U.K.: Scolar, 1994. Pp. 252.

Buchwald-Pelcowa, Paulina. "Typologia polskich ksiazek emblematycznych." Barok (1996), no. 1, 59-75.

Buchwald-Pelcowa, Paulina. "The Typology of Polish Emblem Books in the 16th-18th Centuries." Pp. 92-99 in Studia slavistica et humanistica in honorem Nullo Minissi. Edited by Ireneusz Opacki and Aleksander Wilkon. Katowice: Wydawnictwo University Slaskiego, 1997.

Buisseret, David (ed.). Monarchs, Ministers, and Maps: The Emergence of Cartography as a Tool of Government in Early Modern Europe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992. Pp. xii + 189.

Burnim, Kalman A., and Philip H. Highfill, Jr. John Bell, Patron of British Theatrical Portraiture: A Catalog of the Theatrical Portraits in His Editions of Bell's Shakespeare and Bell's British Theatre. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1998. Pp. ix + 286; appendix with biographical index of painters and engravers; bibliography; index of plays; portraits of 353 actors.

Butler, Gregory. "J. S. Bach's 'Hudemann' Canon, BWV 1074: A Note on the Engraving and Printing History." Bach: Journal of the Riemenschneider-Bach Institute, 25, no. 1 (1994), 5-10.

Butlin, Martin, and Tedd Gott. William Blake in the Collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Melbourne, 1989. Pp. 196; 103 color plates; 87 illustrations.

Bzinkowska, Jadwiga. "Katalog map Polski wydanych w atlasach angielskich w XVI i XVIII wieku ze zbiorów The Bodleian Library w Oxfordzie." Biuletyn Biblioteki Jagiellonskiej (1996), 1/2: 119-41.

Cahill, Daniel. "Abraham Girardet (1764-1823), graveur suisse à Paris sous la Révolution française." Annales historiques de la Révolution française, 64 (1992), 434-38.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. "The English-American Emblematic Tradition: New Light on Two Romanticisms." American Renaissance Literary Report, 11 (1997), 268-79.

Campa, Pedro F. (comp.). Emblemata Hispanica: A Annotated Bibliography of Spanish Emblem Literature to the Year 1700. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1990. Pp. xii + [8, plates] + 248; appendices; illus.; indices of dates; places; printers et al.; artists; names; and subjects.

Cantor, Paul A. "William Blake's Printer's Devil." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59 (1998), 557-70. [Review essay on William Blake: The Early Illuminated Books, edited by Morris Eaves, Robert N. Essick, and Joseph Viscomi (London: William Blake Trust and the Tate Gallery, 1993), William Blake: Milton: A Poem and the Final Illuminated Works, edited by Robert N. Essick and Joseph Viscomi (London: William Blake Trust and the Tate Gallery, 1993), and Joseph Viscomi's Blake and the Idea of the Book (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993); the first and second items are volumes 3 and 5 in an edited series with color facsimiles that began with Songs of Innocence and Experience and was followed with Jerusalem.]

Cappelletti, Franco. Imago Tridenti: Incisioni e libri illustrati dal XV al XVIII secolo. Trento: Commune di Trent, 1996. Pp. 298; illus.

Caracciolo, Maria Teresa. "Lectures de l'Arioste au XVIIIe siècle: Du livre illustré au cycle peint." Gazette des beaux-arts, no. 1502 (1994), 123-46; illus.

Carlino, Andrea. Paper Bodies: A Catalogue of Anatomical Fugitive Sheets, 1538-1687. London: Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 1999. Pp. xvi + 352; 170 illus.

Carpo, Mario. L'architettura dell'età della stampa: Oralità, scrittura, libro stampato e reproduzione meccanica dell'immagine nella storia delle teorie architettoniche. (Di Fronte e attraverso, 455.) Milan: Jaca, 1998. Pp. 239; illustrations; index. [Focuses on architectural drawing and printed literature in the period before the eighteenth century. Published in English as Architecture in the Age of Printing: Orality, Writing, Typography, and Printed Images in the History of Architectural Theory, translated by Sarah Benson (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001), pp. viii + 246; facs.; illus.

Carrete Parrondo, Juan, Fernando Checa Cremades, and Valeriano Bozal. El grabado en España: Siglos XV al XVIII. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1987. Pp. 822; illustrations; index.

Carretta, Vincent. George III and the Satirists from Hogarth to Byron. Athens, GA: Georgia University Press, 1990. Pp. xviii + 389; bibliography; illus.

Carretta, Vincent. "'Petticoats in Power': Catherine the Great in British Political Cartoons." 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 1 (1994), 23-81; illus.

Carretta, Vincent. The Snarling Muse: Verbal and Visual Political Satire from Pope to Churchill. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983. Pp. xxi + 290; illus; index.

Carro Casi, Cristina. La imprenta y la ilustración del libro en Vitoria en el siglo XVIII. Vitoria, Spain: C. Carro, 1991. Pp. 175.

Carroll, R. A. The Printed Maps of Lincolnshire, 1576-1900: A Carto-Bibliography with an Appendix on Road-Books, 1675-1900. (Publications of the Lincoln Record Society, 84.) Woodbridge, Suffolk, U.K.: Boydell; Rochester, NY: Boydell and Brewer, 1996. Pp. xlvi + 449; bibliography; color plates; index; maps.

Casey, Christine. "Architectural Line-Engraving in Dublin, 1700-1780." Long Room, 39 (1994), 18-29; illustration.

Casey, Christine. "A List of Works Pertaining to Architecture, Building, and Engineering Published in Ireland between 1700-1780." Bulletin of the Irish Georgian Society, 35 (1992/93), 25-37; illus.

Cavers, Keith. A Vision of Scotland: The Nation Observed by John Slezer 1671 to 1717. Edinburgh: National Library of Scotland and HMSO, 1993. Pp. viii + 109; illustrations. [Account of John Abraham Slezer (or Sletzer)'s camera-obscura drawings of views of Scotland and their etching in Holland and engraving in London for his Theatrum Scotiae, printed in London by John Leake in 125 copies on Royal-size paper; these accurate, important views were re-engraved and republished.]

Chamberlain, Eric (comp.). Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdelene College, Cambridge. [Gen. editor, Robert Latham.] Vol. 3: Prints and Drawings. Part 2: Portraits. Cambridge: Brewer, 1989. Pp. xxi + 259.

Champarnaud, François. "Philippe Chéry, premier illustrateur de Sade." Dix-huitième siècle, 26 (1994), 511-22; 2 of plates.

Chatelain, Jean-Marc. Livres d'emblêmes et de devises: Une anthologie (1531-1735). Paris: Klincksieck, 1993). Pp. 182; bibliography; illus.; index.

Chayes, Irene H. "Words in Pictures: Testing the Boundary: Inscriptions by William Blake." Word and Image, 7 (1991), 85-97; illus.

Christin, Anne-Marie. L'Image ecrite ou la Deraison graphique. Paris: Flammarion, 1996. Pp. 247 + [5] + 32 of plates; bibliography; facs.; illus.

Clayton, Timothy. "An Answer: Blind Stamps and Signatures on Eighteenth-Century Prints." Print Quarterly, 9 (1992), 380.

Clayton, Timothy. The English Print, 1688-1802. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1997. Pp. xiv + 237; 30 color plates; 270 illus.; index.

Clayton, Timothy. "The Print Collection of George Clark at Worcester College, Oxford." Print Quarterly, 9 (1992), 123-41.

Clifford, Timothy. Designs of Desire: Architectural and Ornament Prints and Drawings 1500-1850. Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland, 1999. Pp. 328; fully illustrated. [Catalogue of Exhibtion in Glasgow and Edinburgh from Nov. 1999 to June 2000. Reviewed by Elizabeth Miller in Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 231-32.]

Cohn, Marjorie B. "Further Information on the Spencer Albums." Print Quarterly, 11 (1994), 155-58.

Condry, William. "From Herbals to Florals: The Illustrated Botanical Works in the Founders' Library [University of Wales, Lampeter]." Trivium, 29/30 (1997), 31-44.

Cook, Karen Severud. "Early Geology Related Maps in the BL, London." Pp. 71-78 in Das kulturelle Erbe geowissenschaftlicher und montanwissenschaftlicher Bibliotheken. Edited by Tillfried Cernajsek, Lieselotte Jontes, and Peter Schmidt. Vienna: Geologischen Bundesanstalt, 1996.

Cook, Karen Severud. "From False Starts to Firm Beginnings: Early Color Printing of Geological Maps." Imago mundi, 47 (1995), 155-72; illus.

Cook, Karen Severud. Images & Icons of the New World: Essays on American Cartography. London: British Library, 1996. Pp. 112 + [4] of plates; facs.; illus. (some in color); maps. [Reprinted from The British Library Journal, 22, no. 1 (Spring 1996).]

Cooper, Tarnya. "Dutch History Prints." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 171-72.

Costa i Oller, France. L'art dels Abadal: Impressors i xilògrafs de Mataró dels segles XVIII i XIX. Barcelona: Patronat Municipal de Culturà de Mataró, 1994. Pp. 155; facsimiles. [The Abadal family began printing in the Mataró province of Barcelona in 1779; 600 woodcuts by the press are known and her catalogued; the blocks for 100 are in the Museu Comarcal del Maresme-Mataró.]

Covens, Johannes, and Cornelis Mortier (comps.). Stock Catalogues of Maps and Atlases by Covens & Mortier: The Catalogus van verscheyde koopere plaaten of the Heirs of Pieter Mortier's widow (1721) and the Catalogue nouveau des cartes geographiques of Covens and Mortier (1763). (Catalogi redivivi, 8.) Facsimile edition with introduction by Peter van der Krogt. Utrecht: HES, 1992. Pp. 141.

Cronk, Nicholas, and Jenny Mander. "Delilah's Progress: The Illustrations of 'Manon Lescant' in 1753 and 1928." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Lib of Manchester, 81, no. 3 (Autumn 1999), 321-60.

Cross, Anthony (ed.). Engraved in the Memory: James Walker, Engraver to the Empress Catherine the Great, and his Russian Anecdotes. Introduction by Anthony Cross. Oxford and Providence, RI: Berg, 1993. Pp. 192; 15 illus.; index.

Crown, Patricia. "The Hogarth Tercentenary: An Overview of Commemorative Events." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33 (1999), 131-33.

Cumming, William P. The Southeast in Early Maps. 3rd ed. Revised and enlarged by Louis de Vorsey, Jr. Chapel Hill, NC, and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1998. Pp. xiv + 362 + 24 colored plates and 71 b/w plates; illus.

Cuno, James (ed.). French Caricature and the French Revolution. Los Angeles: Grunwald Centre for the Graphic Arts, UCLA, 1988.

Daly, Peter M. "The Bibliographical Basis for Emblem Studies." Emblematica, 8 (1994), 151-75; bibliography [171-75].

Daly, Peter M. (comp.). The English Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Literature. Munich and New York: K. G. Saur, 1990. Pp. xviii + 179; illus.

Daly, Peter M. Literature in the Light of the Emblem: Structural Parallels between the Emblem and Literature in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. 2nd ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming in 1999. Pp. c. 312. [First published by Toronto in 1979 with facs., indices, xiv + 245.]

Daly, Peter M., and G. Richard Dimler (eds.). The Jesuit Series. Vol. 1: A-D. (Corpus librorum emblematum: Primary Literature.) Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1997. Pp. lx + 229; illus.

Daly, Peter M., and John Manning. "A Survey of Emblematic Holdings in the Library of the Ruusbroecgenootschap, Antwerp." Ons geestelijk erf, 70 (1996), 269-88.

Daly, Peter M., with Leslie T. Duer and Anthony Raspa; and with co-editor for Classics, Paola Valeri-Tomaszuk, assisted by R. Meyer and M. V. Silcox (eds.). The English Emblem Tradition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988-. Indices.

Daly, Peter M., and Mary V. Silcox. The Modern Critical Reception of the English Emblem. (Corpus librorum emblematum.) Munich and New York: K. G. Saur, 1991. Pp. xvi + 337; illus.

Daly, Peter M., and Mary V. Silcox (comps.). "A Short Title Listing of English Emblem Books and Emblematic Works Printed to 1900." Emblematica, 4 (1989), 333-76.

Darnton, Robert, and Daniel Roche (eds.). Revolution in Print: The Press in France, 1775-1800. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press in collaboration with the New York Public Library, 1989. Pp. xv + 351 + 16 plates; bibliography [291-312] illustrations (some in color).

Davies, J. M. Q. "Blake's Paradise Lost Designs Reconsidered." Pp. 143-81 in Imagining Romanticism: Essays on English and American Romanticism. Edited by Deirdre Coleman and Otto Peter. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill, 1992.

Davis, P. and J. Holmes. "Thomas Bewick (1753-1828), Engraver and Ornithologist." Archives of Natural History, 20, no. 2 (1993), 167-84; bibliography; plates.

Day, W. G. "Michael Angelo Rooker's Illustrations to Tristram Shandy." The Shandean, 7 (1995), 30-42.

Deák, Antal András. "Johann Christoph Müller 'határmenti' térképei." Cartographica hungarica, 4 (1994), 42-45.

Dean, William G., Conrad Heidenreich, Thomas F. McIlwraith, and John Warkentin (eds.). The Concise Historical Atlas of Canada. Cartography by Geoffrey J. Matthews and Byron Moldofsky. Buffalo, NY, and Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1998. Pp. 180; colored illustrations; colored maps. [With 67 maps from the Historical Atlas of Canada.]

De Denaro, Furio (ed.). Domenico Tempesti: I discorsi sopra l'intaglio. Florence: Studio per Editioni Scelte, 1994. Pp. 202. [De Denaro provides transcripts of manuscript materials in Italian and French: Domenico Tempesti's technical notes (1677-1680) preserved in the Biblioteca Marciana, Venice, and autobiographical notes (1719) in the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Florence, letters concerning Tempesti from the Archivio di Stato, Florence, and Robert Nanteuil's principles of engraving and painting (1678) in the Biblioteca Marciana and Niccolo Gaburri's Vite di pittori (1737) in the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale.]

De la Flor, Fernando R. Emblemas: Lecturas de la imagen symbolica. Madrid: Alianza, 1995. Pp. 422.

De la Flor, Fernando R. Teatro de la memoria: Siete ensayos sobre mnemotecnia española de los siglos XVII y XVIII. 2nd ed. Salamanca: Junta de Castillo y León, 1996. Pp. 267.

Delano-Smith, Catherine, and Roger J. P. Kain. English Maps: A History. London: British Library, 1999. Pp. xiv + 320; 26 color plates; illustrations.

De Luise, Alexandra. "Ploos van Amstel and Christian Josi: Two Generations of Printmakers Working in the Artful Imitation of Drawings." Quaerendo, 25 (1995), 214-26; plates; summary.

De Pedro, Antonio E. "El zoo de papel: Un análisis de la imagen científica sobre los animales en el siglo XVIII." Asclepio, 44 (1992), 263-90.

Dickinson, H. T. Caricatures and the Constitution, 1760-1832. (The English Satirical Print, 1660-1832.) Cambridge, UK, and Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey, 1986.

Dijk, Cees van (ed.). In de Roozetak: Over Maria Sibylla Merian. Oosterhesselen, the Netherlands: Klencke Pers, 1997. Pp. 11; illus.

D'Oench, Ellen G. "Copper into Gold": Prints by John Raphael Smith, 1751-1812. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, for the Paul Mellon Center for Studies in British Art, 1999. Pp. xiv + 300; appendices; chronological catalogue; frontispiece; 188 illustrations. [With a chronological list of Smith's own engravings and a catalogue of engravings by others of his drawings and paintings and also a list of his works exhibited at the Royal Academy and elsewhere.]

Doggett, Rachel, Julie L. Biggs, and Carol Brobeck. Impressions of Wenceslaus Hollar. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library (distributed by Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1996). Pp. 123; illustrations. [Exhibition catalogue of the Folger Shakespeare Library exhibition of September 1996 to February 1997.]

Donald, Diana. The Age of Caricature: Satirical Prints in the Reign of George III. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, for the Paul Mellon Center for Studies in British Art, 1996. Pp. vii + 248; illus. (including 27 colorplates).

Droixhe, Daniel. "C'est le bouquet . . .: Histoire d'un ornement typographique liégois du XVIIIe siècle." Gutenberg-Jahrbuch, 69 (1994), 211-28; illus.

Duffy, Michael. The Englishman and the Foreigner. (The English Satirical Print, 1660-1832.) Cambridge, UK, and Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey, 1986. Pp. 403; illus.

Duncan, Alistair. "The Requirements of Scientific Publishing: The Example of Chemical Illustrations in the Scientific Revolution." Publishing Research Quarterly, 7, no. 1 (1991), 33-53; 7 illustrations. [On the shift in illustrations from the allegorical to the descriptive and diagrammatic during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, with attention to alterations in tables.]

Dupas, Jean-Claude. "Sterne et Hogarth: La ligne serpentine, chimère ou récit." Pp. 150-62 in Récits/Tableaux. Edited by Jean Pierre Guillerm. Lille: University of Lille, 1994.

DuPrat, Annie. "Louis XVI, morigéné par ses ancêtres en 1790: 'Les entretiens des Bourbons.'" Dix-huitième siècle, 26 (1994), 317-32; illus.

Dupuy, Pascal. "L'Image du Français dans les gravures satiriques anglaises avant et après la Rèvolution française: Rupture ou continuité." Licorne, 30 (1994), 39-53.

Duval, Gilles. "Bowles et Carver: Une enteprise d'édition de gravures et la diffusion des toiles de maîtres dans l'Angleterre du XVIIIe siècle." Revue française d'histoire du livre, 90-91 (1996), 227-52.

Duval, Gilles. "Les illustrations des 'Cheap repository tracts' dans leur contexte." XVII-XVIIIe siècles, 44 (1997), 165-212.

Duval, Gilles, and Richard Stephenson. "Images d'un peuple: Quelques aspects du marché de la gravure en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 34 (1987), 117-22.

Eaves, Morris. The Counter Arts Conspiracy: Art and Industry in the Age of Blake. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1992. Pp. xxix + 287; 129 illus.

Edney, Matthew. Mapping an Empire: The Geographic Construction of British India, 1765-1843. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1997. Pp. xv + 458; illustrations; maps.

Edwards, A. W. F. "Is the Frontispiece of Gulliver's Travels a Likeness of Newton?" Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 50, no. 2 (1996), 191-94; illus. [One cannot but be struck by the resemblance between a 1725 portrait of Newton by Vanderbank (one of three very similar) and the Gulliver depicted on the frontispiece. Edwards suggests that Newton might be satirized for his relations not only with science but with the mint; this satirical hypothesis seems undercut, however, but Edwards further observation that the new portrait of Gulliver cut for Faulkner's 1735 edition resembles Swift's friend Dr. John Arbuthnot.]

Egerton, Judy. "Death by Hogarth." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 50. [On an exhibition at Harvard's Fogg Museum, with published catalogue, Death by Hogarth (1999); 72 pp.; illus.]

Egerton, Judy. Hogarth's Marriage A-la-Mode. London: National Gallery, 1997. Pp. 64; exhibition catalogue; illus.

Elliott, Brent. Treasures of the Royal Horticultural Society. Foreword by Sir Simon Hornby. London: Royal Horticultural Society; Portland, OR: Sagapress/Timber Press, 1994. Pp. 160; 70 colored plates; indices of plant names and artists.

Essick, Robert N. "Blake in the Marketplace, 1995, Including a Survey of Blakes in Private Ownership"; "Blake in the Marketplace, 1996"; "_____, 1997"; "_____ , 1998"; "_____ 1999"; "_____ 2000." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 29 (1995/1996), 108-30; 30 (1996/1997), 100-20; 31 (1997/1998), 108-36; 32 (1998/1999), 92-112; 33 (1999/2000), 100-34; 34 (2000/2001) 100-28. Illus. [Recurrent feature of Blake for many years, long compiled by Essick; exhaustive survey of all sales and transfers of art, printing, and manuscripts related to Blake and his circle.]

Essick, Robert N. "Representation, Anxiety, and the Bibliographic Sublime." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59 (1997 [1998]), 503-28.

Essick, Robert N. A Troubled Paradise: William Blake's Virgil Wood Engravings. With afterword by John Windle. San Francisco: John Windle, Antiquarian Bookseller (distributed by New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press), 1999. Pp. 45 [2]; facsimiles; plates. [Blake's first wood engravings, prepared for Robert John Thornton's The Pastorals of Virgil; with an essay by Essick and the afterward on collecting Blake by Windle.]

Essick, Robert N. "Visual/Verbal Relationships in Book Illustration." Pp. 169-204 (with illustrations) in British Art 1740-1820: Essays in Honor of Robert R. Wark. Edited by Guilland Sutherland. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1992. Pp. 239; 16 of plates (some colored); illus.

Essick, Robert N. William Blake's Commercial Book Illustrations: A Catalogue and Study of the Plates Engraved by Blake after Designs by Other Artists. Oxford: Clarendon, 1991. Pp. xiv + 138 + 295 illustrations; index.

Essick, Robert N. William Blake's Illuminated Prints, 1788-1822: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1994. Pp. 8 [one folded sheet]; illustrations (some in color).

Ettinghausen, H. "The Illustrated Spanish News: Text and Image in the Seventeenth-Century Press." Pp. 117-33 in Art and Literature in Spain, 1600-1800: Studies in Honour of Nigel Glendinning. Edited by Charles Davis and Paul Julian Smith. London: Tamesis, 1993.

Eusman, Elmer. "Ploos van Amstel's Mark" Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 248-61; plates.

Evans, R. Paul. "Richard Bull and Thomas Pennant: Virtuosi in the Art of the Grangerisation or Extra-Illustration." National Library of Wales Journal, 30, no. 3 (1998), 269-94.

Falk, Tilman (ed.) and Robert Zijlma (comp.). Hollstein's German Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts, ca. 1400-1700. Vol. 42: Gordian Sanz to Hans Schaufelein. Rotterdam: Sound & Vision Interactive, 1996. Pp. 234; illus. Vol. 44: Hans Schäufelein (continued) to Adolarius Schildknecht. Rotterdam: Sound & Vision Interactive, 1997. Pp. 236; illus. [Based on earlier compilation by F. W. H. Hollstein and long continuing, with volumes subtitled by artists, as 35: Peter Rollos to Christian Romstet (compiled by Zijlman and edited by Falk, 1993); Vol. 36: Johann Ronzonius to Melchior Sachse, comp. by Zijlman and ed. by Falk and Robert Zijma (1994), with illus.]

Fischer, Hubertus. Wer Löscht das Licht? Europäische Karikatur und Alltagswelt, 1790-1990. (Schriften zur Karikatur und kritischen Grafik, 2) Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje, 1994. Pp. 248; 15 plates (some in color); 149 illustrations.

Foden, Peter. "Fell's Forgotten Legacy: The Intaglio Collection of the Oxford University Press Museum." Journal of the Printing History Society, 25 (1996), 21-30; plates.

Ford, Brian J. Images of Science: A History of Scientific Illustration. London: British Library, 1992; rpt. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. Pp. viii + 208; bibliographical references [203-04]; illus.; plates (many colored); index.

Fraenger, Wilhelm. "Jonathan Swift and William Hogarth." Pp. 74-98 in Komische Bibliothek. Dresden: Verlag der Kunst, 1992.

Fragonara, Marco. "Nature et Paysage à Bologne entre le XVIIe et le XVIIIe siècle en douze eaux-fortes inédites de Ludovico Mattioli (1662-1747)." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 141 (July 1995), 20-27; 4 of plates.

Fragonard et le dessin français au XVIIIe siècle dans les collections du Petit Palais [exhibition October 16, 1992 - February 14, 1993]. Paris: Editions Paris-Musées, 1992. Pp. 279; bibliographical references [276-78]; exhibition catalogue; illus.

Frank, Frederick S. "Gothic Gold: The Sadleir-Black Gothic Collection." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 26 (1998), 287-312. [Maintained by Rare Books at the University of Virginia Library, the Sadleir-Black collection includes 1135 titles; 302-12 is an appendix with 9 plates and text entitled "Commentaries on the Engravings and Woodcuts."]

Frapat, Jean. "Théâtralisation du 'profane et du sacre' dans l'oeuvre de Jan Luyken (1649-1712)." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 152 (May 1997), 5-22; bibliography; plates.

Freed, Eugenie R. "'In the Darkness of Philisthea': The Design of Plate 78 of Jerusalem." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 32 (1998/1999), 60-72.

French Caricature and the French Revolution, 1789-1799. Los Angeles: Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Wight Art Gallery, University of California at Los Angeles, 1988. Pp. 280; illus. (some in color). [Published in conjunction with an exhibition co-organized by UCLA and the Bibliothèque National de France.]

Fuderer, Laura. "Early Illustrated Botanical Books." A B Bookman's Weekly, 90 (1992) 221-24; illus.

Fuks, Simon. "Een stoet van dwergen." De Boekenwereld, 13 (1996/97), 242-47; illus.

Funcke, Johann Michael. Kurtze Anleitung von Form und Stahlschneiden Erfurt 1740. Facsimile reprint edited by Martin Boghardt, Frans A. Janssen, and Walter Wilkes. Introduction in German and English by James Mosley. Darmstadt: Lehrdruckerei der Technischen Universität, 1998. Pp. 81 + 108; illus. [An early study of engraving on wood; after a first part with James Mosley's introduction in English and German appears the German-language facsimile of Kurtze, doch nützliche Anleitung, published by and attributed to Funcke in Erfurt, 1740.]

Furman, Wendy. "Colorizing Paradise Lost: Jean-Frédéric Schall's Designs for Le Paradis perdu (1792)." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59 (1997 [1998]), 465-501.

Furman, Wendy, and Virginia Tufte. "'With Other Eyes': Legacy and Innovation in Four Artists' Re-Visions of the Dinner Party in Paradise Lost." Milton Studies, 35 (1997), 134-78.

Gallego, Jullian. Goya. Zaragoza, Spain: Electa España, 1992. Pp. 236; 60 color plates; 304 illustrations. [Essays and catalogue for an exhibition held at La Lonja and the Museo Pablo Gargallo, Zaragoza, June through October 1992.]

Ganz, James A. "Robert Nanteuil's Doctored Bishop." Print Quarterly, 11 (1994), 292-97; illus. [Nanteuil (1623-1678) was a prolific engraver working for the French court.]

Garnier-Pelle, Nicole, in collaboration with Maxime Preaud and assisted by Suzanne Valladas (comp.). L'imagerie populaire française. 2 vols. Vol. 1: Gravures en taille-douce et en taille d'epargne. Compiled in collaboration with Marie Christine Bourjol-Couteron. Vol. 2: Images d'espinal gravees sur bois. Paris: Reunion des musées nationaux; Bibliothèque Nationale de France; and Diffusion, 1990-1996. Illus.

Gascoigne, Bamber. Milestones in Colour Printing, 1457-1859: With a Bibliography of Nelson Prints. (Sandars Lectures in Bibliography.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. Pp. x + 123; bibliography; indices; 24 color plates.

Garvey, Eleanor M. "Some Venetian Illustrated Books of the Eighteenth Century in the Harvard College Library." Bulletin du bibliophile (1999), 293-312.

Gavuzzo-Stewart, Silvia. Nelle Carceri di G.B. Piranesi. Leeds: Northern Universities Press, 1999. Pp. 160; 65 illus. [Reviewed by John Wilton-Ely in Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 229-31.]

Geismeier, Willi. Daniel Chodowiecki. Leipzig: E. A. Seeman, 1993. Pp. 240; 45 plates; 220 illus.; index.

Glen, H. F. "Southern African Plants Figured in Curtis's Botanical Magazine, 1787-1983." Archives of Natural History, 23 (1996), 261-66.

Gnirrep, Kees. De Levant in Kleur: Cornelis de Bruijn: Voyage au Levant (1700), een experimentele kleurendruk. Amsterdam: Universiteitsbibliotheek, 1997. Pp. 20; illus. [On color illustrations in De Bruijn's Voyage.]

Godfrey, Richard. "Hollar's Prints for the Earl of Arundel: Copies of Lost Works from the Arundel Collection." Apollo, 144, no. 6 (1996), 36-38; illus.

Godfrey, Richard T. Wenceslaus Hollar: A Bohemian Artist in England. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1994. Pp. xi + 168; 11 color plates; 151 illustrations. [Catalogue for an exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art, Nov. 1994 to Jan. 1995. Hollar worked in England as an engraver both before and after the Civil War, dying in 1677.]

Goffart, Walter A. "Breaking the Ortelian Pattern: Historical Atlases with a New Program, 1747-1830." Pp. 49-81 of Editing Early and Historical Atlases. Edited by Joan Winearls. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995. 4 plates.

Golden, Catherine J. Book Illustrated: Text, Image, and Culture, 1770-1930. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. Pp. 334; 68 illustrations (13 in color).

Goldner, Paul. "Samuel Palmer, Etcher and Illustrator: Four Plates for 'An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil' Revived, Printed, and Exhibited." Antiquarian Book Monthly Review, 19 (1992), 498-501; 4 illustrations.

Gordon, Catherine. "The Witt Computer Index for Art History." The East-Central Intelligencer, 9, no. 3 (fall 1995), 13-14. [Based at the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, the Index provides access to a huge, searchable database of images of eighteenth-century art.]

Goring, Paul. "Illustrations of A Sentimental Journey in the 1920s." The Shandean, 6 (1994), 55-65.

Goulden, R. J. "Further Light on Francis Hoffman." Factotum: Newsletter of the XVIIIth Century STC, 37 (Sep. 1993), 22-23.

Gourévitch, Jean-Paul. Images d'enfance: Quatre siècles d'illustration du livre pour enfants. Paris: Alternatives, 1994. Pp. 127; illus.

Goya, Francisco de. Francisco de Goya Grabador. Edited by Juan Carrete Parrondo, et al. 4 vols. [Includes Goya's engraved works, as Caprichos and Disparates.]

Goya grabador: Repertorio bibliográfico. Madrid: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, 1992. Pp. 30.

Graham, David. Symbolique humaniste et emblématique: L'évolution des genres (1580-1700). Paris: Honoré Champion, 1996. Pp. 622.

Grant, John E. "On First Encountering Blake's Good Samaritans." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 33 (1999/2000), 68-95; illus.

Grasso, Monica. "Aspecta Medusa: Notes sur la diffusion d'une iconographie entre deux siècles." Études sur le XVIIIe siècle, 22 (1994), 127-35.

Griffiths, Antony. "Augustin Dupré [1748-1833]." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 293. [Largely a review essay on Augustin Dupré (1748-1833), graveur général des monnaies de France, Collections, du Musée Carnavalet by Rosine Trogan and Phillipe Sorel (Paris, 2000).]

Griffiths, Antony. "Goethe, Boerner, and the Artists of their Time." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 51-52. [On C. G. Boerner's substantial dealer catalogue Goethe, Boerner, and the Artists of their Time (1999).]

Griffiths, Antony. "Prince Rupert and John Evelyn." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 289-90.

Griffiths, Antony. "'The Print in Stuart Britain' Revisited." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 115-22.

Griffiths, Antony. Prints and Printmaking: An Introduction to the History and Technique. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996. Pp. 152; illus.

Griffiths, Antony. "Tessin and Cronström." Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 310-11. [On what the resources for the study of prints, especially the market in Paris, found in the correspondence of the Swedes Nicodème Tessin the Younger and Daniel Cronström (1655-1719).]

Griffiths, Antony. "Walpole's Collection of Portraits." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 290-93.

Griffiths, Antony, and Craig Hartley. "The Print Collection of the duc de Mortemart [1681-1746]." Print Quarterly, 11 (1994), 107-16; illus.

Griffiths, Antony, and Frances Carey. German Printmaking in the Age of Goethe. London: British Museum, 1994. Pp. 240; illus.; index.

Griffiths, Antony, and Robert A. Gerard. The Print in Stuart Britain, 1603-1689. London: British Museum, 1998. Pp. 320; illus.

Grijzenhout, Frans. "De luchtige lijst van de tijd: Cornelis Troost (1696-1750)." Pp 166-74 in Verlichte geesten: Een portrettengalerij voor Piet Buijnsters. Edited by Kees Fens. Amsterdam: Querido, 1996. [Cornelis Troost was a Dutch portrait painter.]

Groot, Irene M. de. "Boek van het jaar: History of British Birds: The Figures Engraved on Wood by T. Bewick, Vol. 1, Containing the history and description of land birds, Newcastle, 1797." Jaarboek van het Nederlands Genootschap van Bibliofielen, 5 (1997), 22-69; illus.

Gross, Miriam T. "Classic Illustrated Zoologies (1550-1900) in the Research Collections of the New York Public Libraries: A Select Bibliography with Commentaries." Biblion, 2, no. 2 (Spring 1994), 19-123; illus.; index [112-23].

Grove, Laurence. "Discours sur l'Art des Devises: An Edition of a Previously Unidentified and Unpublished Text by Charles Perrault." Emblematica, 7 (1993), 99-144.

Grove, Laurence F. R. "A Note on Use and Re-Use of Jesuit Devices in the Seventeenth Century [1610 and 1687]." Emblematica, 10, no. 1 (1996), 185-94.

Grove, Laurence, and Daniel S. Russell (comps.). The French Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Sources. Geneva: Droz, 2000. Pp. xx + 239; index.

Groves, David. "Blake, The Grave, and Edinburgh Literary Society." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 24 (1990), 251-52.

Guentner, Wendelin. "Interartistic Dialogues: The Illustrated French Travel Narrative." Rivista di letterature moderne e comparate, 43 (1990), 129-49; illus.

Gulli Grigioni, Elisabetta, and Vittorio Pranzini. Natura sacra: Ecologia spirituale e simbolica nel santino e nel libro religioso illustrato (secoli XV-XX). San Michele [Ravenna]: Essegi, 1996. Pp. 180; illus.

Hadfield, Andrew. "William Blake, Edmund Spencer, and William Kent." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 207-10.

Haitsma Mulier, E. O. G. "Woord en beeld: Titelprenten van enkele Nederlandse historische werken uit de 17e en 18e eeuw." Historisch tijdschrift Holland, 26 (1994), 274-91; illus.

Hallet, Mark. "The Medley Print in Early Eighteenth-Century London." Art History, 20 (1997), 214-37.

Hallett, Mark. The Spectacle of Difference: Graphic Satire in the Age of Hogarth. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 1999. Pp. xii + 259; 126 illustrations; index.

Hamleers, Marc. "Adrian van de Velde ontwierp decoraties voor Frederik de Wit's kaart van Amsterdam." Caert-thresoor, 13 (1994), 77-79; illus.; summary in English.

Harding, John. "John Evelyn, Hendrick van der Borcht the Younger, and Wenceslaus Hollar." Apollo, 144, no. 8 (1996), 39-44; illus.

Harris, Michael. "Scratching the Surface: Engravers, Printsellers, and the London Book Trade in the Mid-18th Century." Pp. 95-114 (illus.) in The Book Trade and Its Customers, 1450-1900: Historical Essays for Robin Myers. Edited by Arnold Hunt, et al. Introduction by D. F. McKenzie. Winchester, UK: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1997.

Harrison, K. C. "Old County Maps and Their Makers." Library Review, 44, no. 4 (1995), 36-41.

Hart, John. "Frances Burney's Evelina: Mirvan and Mezzotint." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 7 (1994), 51-70.

Harthan, John P. The History of the Illustrated Book: The Western Tradition. London: Thames and Hudson, 1997. Pp. 288; illus. (some in color); index. [First published in 1981.]

Hartley, Craig. "Moreau's Heloise et Abeilard." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 185. [On Moreau le Jeune's 28 progress and finished proofs for Lettres d'Héloise et d'Abeilard (1795-1796), in a wrapper inscribed by Moreau, acquired in 1956 by the Fitzwilliam Museum of Cambridge.]

Haslam, Fiona. From Hogarth to Rowlandson: Medicine in Art in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1996. Pp. 352; 108 black and white plates; index.

Heath, John. The Heath Family Engravers 1779-1878. Vol. 1: James Heath A.R.A; Vol. 2: Charles Heath, Frederick Heath, Alfred Heath. Aldershot, U.K.: Scolar Press, 1993. Vol. 1: pp. 242; bibliography [of Heath family's works]; 20 illus.; Vol. 2: pp. 351; 20 illus.

Heckes, Frank I. "Goya's Tauromaquia: A Criticism of Bullfighting?" Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 41-63.

Heesen, Anke te. Der Weltkasten: Die Geschichte einer Bildenzyklopadie aus dem 18. Jahrhundert. Göttingen: Wallstein, 1997. Pp. 224; 4 of folding plates; illus. [Treats Johann S. Stoy's Bilder-Akademie für die Jugend, illustrations in educational books, and educational publishing generally.]

Hefferman, James A. W. "Text and Design in Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience." Pp. 94-109 in Imagination on a Long Rein: English Literature Illustrated. Edited by Joachim Möller. Marburg: Jonas, 1988.

Heilmann, Peter Norbert. "Die kommerzielle Herstellung von Werken mit Naturdrucken: Versuch einer Rekonstruktion des Herstellungsverfahrens." Gutenberg-Jahrbuch, 71 (1996), 176-81; illus.

Heinz, Markus. "A Research Paper on the Copper-Plates of the Maps of J. B. Homann's First World Atlas (1707) and a Method for Identifying Different Copper-Plates of Identical-Looking Maps." Imago mundi, 45 (1993), 45-58; illustrations.

Heppner, Christopher. Reading Blake's Designs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. Pp. xviii + 302; 72 illustrations; index; 14 colored plates.

Hesselink-Duursma, C. W. "De Kaartencollectie in het Streekarchief Hollands Midden te Gouda." Caert-thresoor, 15 (1996), 99-104; illus. [On holdings at the Regional Archives for Hollands Midden in Gouda.]

Hindman, Sandra. Manuscript Illumination in the Modern Age: Recovery and Reconstruction. Evanston, IL: Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern U.; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2001. Pp. xxviii + 329; 38 of plates; catalogue of exhibition Jan.-March 2001; illus.; index.

Hinrichs, Ernst, and Klaus Zernack (eds.). Daniel Chodowiecki (1726-1801): Kupferstecher, Illustrator, Kaufmann. (Wolfenbütteler Studien zur Aufklärung, 22.) Foreword by Ernst Hinrichs. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer, 1997. Pp. x + 265; illustrations. [Includes Rudolf Vierhaus's "Chodowiecki und die Berliner Aufklärung" (1-10) and Marion Beaujean's "Chodowiecki und die zeitgenössische Romanliteratur" (143-56).]

Hippisley, Anthony. "The Russian Emblem Book Emblemat Duchovnyj." Pp. 272-86 (illus.) in The Emblem in Renaissance and Baroque Europe: Tradition and Variety: Selected Papers of the Glasgow International Emblem Conference 13-17 August 1990. Edited by Alison Adams and Anthony J. Harper. Leiden and New York: E. J. Brill, 1992.

Hodson, Donald (comp.). County Atlases of the British Isles Published after 1703. Vol. 2: Atlases Published 1743 to 1763 and Their Subsequent Editions. Welwyn, Herts.: Tewin Press, 1989. Pp. 209; illustrations. Vol. 3: Atlases Published 1764 to 1789 and Their Subsequent Editions. London: British Library (distributed by University of Toronto Press), 1997. Pp. xv + 208; appendices [on abortive schemes for county atlases issued by magazines; chronological list of atlases with their Chubb references]; index; 7 plates. [Vol. 1 was published in 1984 by Terwin in Welwyn, U.K.]

Hogarth, William. The Analysis of Beauty (1753). Edited with introduction and notes by Ronald Paulson. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1997. Pp. lxvi + 162 + 24 plates; illus; index.

Hollstein, F. W. H. The New Hollstein: German Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts, 1400-1700. Rotterdam: Sound & Vision Interactive, 1996- [Revisions by diverse editors, as Robert Zijlma of early volumes in Hollstein's catalogue of German engravers.]

Höltgen, Karl Josef. "Religious Emblems (1809) by John Thurston and Joseph Thomas and its Links with Francis Quarles and William Blake." Emblematica, 10, no. 1 (1996), 107-43.

Höltgen, Karl Josef, Peter M. Daly, and Wolfgang Lottes (eds.). Word and Visual Imagination: Studies in the Interaction of English Literature and the Visual Arts. (Erlanger Forschungen, A, 43.) Erlangen: Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nurnberg, 1988. Pp. 386; bibliographies; illus.; index.

Honour, Hugh. "Canova and His Printmakers." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 251-75.

Hopkinson, Martin. "Andrew Geddes." Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 312-14. [Review of catalogue Andrew Geddes 1783-1844: Painter-Printmaker, "A Man of Pure Taste," by Helen Smailes for a National Gallery of Scotland exhibition and a discussion of Geddes career and the fortune of his work.]

Hughes, Alison Meyric, and Martin Royalton-Kisch. "Handel's Art Collection." Apollo, 126 (Sept. 1997), 17-23. [Discusses prints sold at the auction of Handel's collection, 28 Feb. 1760.]

Hunnisett, Basil. An Illustrated Dictionary of British Steel Engravers. Aldershot, U.K.: Scolar Press; Brookfield, VT: Gower, 1989. Pp. xix + 180; bibliography [173-80]; illus. [Steel engraving is introduced in the first half of the nineteenth century.]

Hunt, Tamara. Defining John Bull: Caricature, Politics, and National Identity in Late Georgian England. Aldershot, Hants., U. K.: Scolar; Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1999. Pp. c. 288; illus.; index.

Hunter, Michael. "Scratching the Surface: Engravers, Printsellers, and the London Book Trade in the Mid-18th Century." Pp. 95-114 (2 of plates) in The Book Trade and Its Customers, 1450-1900: Historical Essays for Robin Myers. Edited by Arnold Hunt, Arnold, Giles Mandelbrote, and Alison Shell. Winchester, Hampshire, U. K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1997.

Hyde, Ralph. Ward Maps of the City of London. London: London Topographical Society, 1999. Pp. 84; 1 colored plate; 40 illus.

Isaac, Peter (ed.). Bewick and After: Wood-Engraving in the Northeast. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Allenholme Press for the History of the Book Trade in the North, 1990. Pp. [xii] + 144; illus.

Isaac, Peter, and Barry McKay (eds.). Images and Texts: Their Production and Distribution in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. (Print Networks.) Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1997. Pp. xiv + 188; illus.; index; plates.

Jacobs, Eva. "An Unidentified Illustration of an English Actress in a Voltairean Tragic Role: Mary Ann Yates as Electra." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 260 (1989), 245-56.

Jager, Patrick, and Marie-Françoise Luna. "L'Iconographie gravée de l'écrivain sous la Révolution." Pp. 315-26 in L'Écrivain devant la Révolution: 1780-1800. Actes du colloque franco-italien de Grenoble, 24-26 septembre 1987. Edited by Jean Sgard. Grenoble: Université Stendhal, 1990.

Janson, H. F. Pomona's Harvest: An Illustrated Chronicle of Antiquarian Fruit Literature. Portland, OR: Timber Press, 1996. Pp. 433 + [2]; illus.

Jestin, Loftus. The Answer to the Lyre: Richard Bentley's Illustrations for Thomas Grey's Poems. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990. Pp. ix + 355; 48 of facsimiles; 118 of plates; index.

Jobert, Barthélémy. "James Gillray à la Tate Gallery." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 178 (Oct.-Nov. 2001), 43-44.

Jobert, Barthélémy. "William Blake à la Tate Gallery." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 176 (May-June 2001), 33-35.

Johnson, W. McAllister. "Boucher, Cochin fils et la vogue des pantins." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 153 (July 1997), 29-32; plates.

Johnson, W. McAllister. "La gravures des 'peintures en cire,' dites encore à l'encaustique ou inustion (Les servitudes de la gravure II)." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 178 (Oct.-Nov. 2001), 29-36; plates.

Johnson, W. McAllister. "Le stock d'un marchand-papetier parisien en 1786." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 146 (July 1996), 57-58.

Johnston, Stanley H., Jr. (comp.). The Cleveland Herbal, Botanical, and Horticultural Collections: A Descriptive Bibliography of Pre-1830 Works from the Libraries of the Holden Arboretum, the Cleveland Medical Library Association, and the Garden Center of Greater Cleveland. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1992. Pp. xviii + 1012; bibliography; illus.; indices of authors and titles, printers and publishers, illustrators, and illustrations.

Jolly, David C. (comp.). Maps in British Periodicals. Part 1: Major Monthlies before 1800. Brookline, MA: David C. Jolly, 1990. Pp. 256; indices.

Jones, Malcolm. "English Broadsides--I." Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 149-63.

Kafker, Frank A., and Madeleine Pinault-Sorenson. "Notices sur les collaborateurs du recueil de planches de l'Encyclopédie." Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 18/19 (1995), 200-229; illus.

Kaplan, Nancy. "Blake's Problem and Ours: Some Reflections on the Image and the Word." Readerly/Writerly Texts, 3, no. 2 (Spring-Summer 1996), 115-33.

Kapp, Maria. "Bemerkungen zur künstlerischen Ausgestaltung des evangelischen Gesangbuches des 18. Jahrhunderts." Imprimatur, n.s. 15 (1994), 33-42; illus.

Katz, Bill (ed.). A History of Book Illustration: 29 Points of View. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1994. Pp. xi + 689; bibliography [659-75]; illus.; index; map. [Collection of reprinted essays covering illustration from classical days to the present, with half a dozen essays on the 18th century.]

Katz, Wendy R. "John Aiken's 'On Emblems': The Source of an Emblematic Dialogue." Emblematica, 7 (1993), 145-55.

Kecskes, Katalin. "A magyar ex libris-müvészet." Magyar könyvszemle, 113 (1997), 377-94; illus.

Kershaw, Kenneth A. Early Printed Maps of Canada. 3 vols. Vol. 1: 1520-1703; Vol. 2: 1703-1799: Maps of Canada, the Arctic, Newfoundland, the River and the Gulf of St. Lawrence; Vol. 3: Maps of Eastern Canada and Newfoundland, the Maritimes, Cape Breton, Louisbourg, and the Great Lakes. Ancaster, Ontario: Kershaw, 1993, 1996, 1997. Indices; illus.; maps.

Kieven, Elisabeth (comp.) and edited by the Graphischen Sammlung Staatsgalerie. Von Bernini bis Piranesi: Römische Architekturzeichnungen des Barock. Stuttgart: Gert Hatje, 1993. Pp. 98; exhibition catalogue; illus.; plates.

Kitchen, Herman W. "From Cave Art to Catesby: Art and Illustration in the Natural History Book." A B Bookman's Weekly, 89 (1992), 2549-53; illus.

Kliman, Bernice W. "Rowe 1709 Macbeth Illustration again." Shakespeare Newsletter, 48, no. 3 (1998), 59-60.

Knapp, Eva, and Gábor Tüskés. "Barokk kori mirákulumos könyvek illusztráció sorozatai." Magyar Könyvszemle, 112 (1996), 223-40; illus.

Knapp, Eva, and Gábor Tüskés. "Jezsuita szentek emblematikus életrajzai a 17-18. században." Magyar Könyvszemle, 112 (1996), 320-55; illus.

Kunze, Horst. Geschichte der Buchillustration in Deutschland: Das 16. und 17. Jahrhundert. 2 vols.: textband; bildband. Frankfurt and Leipzig: Insel, 1993. Vol. 1: pp. xiv + 682 + 24; 353 illustrations (some colored). Vol. 2: pp. 609; 540 illustrations (some colored).

Kruzel, Krzysztof. "The Print Collection of the Polish Academy of Sciences." Print Quarterly, 11 (1994), 158-66; illus.

Krysmanski, Bernd W. Hogarth's "Enthusiasm Delineated": Nachahmung als Kritik am Kennertum. Eine Werkanalyse. Zugleich ein Einblick in das satirisch-aufgeklärte Denken eines "Künstlerrebellen" im englischen 18. Jahrhundert. 2 vols. Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1996. Pp. 894 + 575; bibliography; 446 illustrations.

Krysmanski, Bernd. "We see a Ghost: Hogarth's Satire on Methodists and Connoisseurs." Art Bulletin, 80 (1998), 292-310. [On the satiric print Enthusiasm Delineated.]

Laar, Melvin van, Hannah Schoch, and Inge Barten. Boeken vol architectuur. Utrecht: Faculteit der Letteren, University Utrecht, 1996. Pp. 75; exhibition catalogue [on architectural books 1500-1800]; illus.

Lacey, Barbara E. "Visual Images of Blacks in Early American Imprints." William and Mary Quarterly, 53 (1996), 137-80; illustrations [particularly of 1790s].

Lack, H. Walter, and David J. Mabberley. The Flora Graeca Story: Sibthorp, Bauer, and Hawkins in the Levant. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999. Pp. xv + 327 + 16 colored plates; 69 illus.

Lambert, Susan. The Image Mulitplied: Five Centuries of Printed Reproductions of Paintings and Drawings. London: Trefoil, 1987. Pp. 216; bibliography [207-10]; illus. (some in color); and index.

Landwehr, J[ohn?]. H. "Hergebruik van boekillustraties in de Lage Landen." De boekenwereld, 14 (1997/1998), 70-77; illus. [On multiple issuing of illustrations.]

Landwehr, John (comp.). Emblem and Fable Books Printed in the Low Countries, 1542-1813: A Bibliography. 3rd ed. Utrecht: HES, 1988. Pp. 444; illus.; indices. [First produced in 1962.]

Landwehr, John. "Flitsen van weleer." Pp. 175-87 in Waardevol oud papier. Edited by Nop Maas. Haarlem: Bubb Kuyper Veilingen Boeken en Grafiek, 1996.

Langford, Paul. Walpole and the Robinocracy. (The English Satirical Print, 1660-1832.) Cambridge, UK, and Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey, 1986. Pp. 259; illustrations.

Lee, Brian North. British Royal Bookplates: And Ex-Libris of Related Families. Aldershot, Hants., U.K.: Scolar; Brookfield, VT: Gower, 1992. Pp. viii + 259; genealogical tables; illus.; index. [Each bookplate is illustrated and annotated on varieties and use.]

Lemstedt, Mark. "Ich bin nicht gewohnt mit Künstlern zu dingen": Philipp Erasmus Reich und die Buchillustration im 18. Jahrhundert. Leipzig: Deutsche Bücherei, 1989. Pp. 44; illus.

Lesage, Claire, et al. (eds.) Jean de La Fontaine. Paris: BNF/Seuil 1995. Pp. 239; exhibition catalogue; illus.

Lettieri, Dan. "'Guess at the Rest You Find Out More': Hogarth's Emblematical Print of the South Sea Scheme." Emblematica, 8 (1994), 181-95; illus.

Lewis, G. Malcolm (ed.). Cartographic Encounters: Perspectives on Native American Mapmaking and Map Use. (The Kenneth Nebenzahl, Jr.., Lectures in the History of Cartography.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, for the Herman Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography, the Newberry Library, 1998. Pp. 318.

Link, Anne-Marie. "Carl Ludwig Junker and the Collecting of Reproductive Prints." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 360-74.

Livingstone, David N., and Charles W. J. Withers. Geography and Enlightenment. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. Pp. viii + 455.

Lloyd, Andrew. "Early Atlases and Printed Books from the Manchester Geographic Society Collection: A Catalogue." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 73 (Summer 1991), 37-157; checklist.

López Estrada, Francisco. "La ilustración literaria y sus motivos: La edición de La Galatea de Antonio de Sancha (Madrid, 1784)." Pp. 583-607 in El siglo que llaman ilustrado: Homenaje a Francisco Aguilar Piñal. Edited by Joaquín Alvarez Barrientos and José Checa Beltrán. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1996.

López Poza, Sagrario. "Spanish Emblem Studies: Status Quaestionis." Emblematica, 10 (1996 [2000]), 347-76; bibliography.

Lowe, N. F. "The Meaning of Venereal Disease in Hogarth's Graphic Art." Pp. 168-95 (illus.) in The Secret Malady: Venereal Disease in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France. Edited by Linda E. Merians. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1996.

Lundeen, Kathleen. "Words on Wings: Blake's Textual Spiritualism." Word and Image, 10 (1994), 343-65; with 16 b/w figures from Songs of Innocence and Experience.

Lütgens, Annelie. Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Bilder von Orten und Räumen. Hamburg: Hamburger Kunsthalle; Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje, 1994. Pp. 64; exhibition catalogue [Kunsthalle Hamburg, May to July 1994]; 32 illustrations.

Maidment, Brian E. Reading Popular Prints: 1790-1870. Manchester, U.K., and New York: Manchester University Press, 1996. Pp. xv + 190; illus.; index. [Chp. I is an methodological introduction on balancing perspectives of art history and of social history; Chp. II involves prints on the burning of the Albion Mill, Southwerk, 1791; other chapters focus on 19C materials but are relevant for their discussion of interpretative method.]

La Main du Jardinier, L'OEil du Graveur, Le Nôtre et les jardins disparus de son temps. Gravures du Musée de l'Ile-de-France. Paris: Musée de l'Ile-de-France, 2000. Pp. 136; 118 illus. [Exhibition catalogue with essays by Aurélia Rostaing, Gisèle Caumont, and others. Reviewed by Peter Fuhring in Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 97-103.]

Malbert, Roger, with assistance of Liz Allen. Folly & Vice: The Art of Satire and Social Criticism. London: South Bank Centre, 1989. Pp. 63; erratum slip; illus. [Catalogue of touring exhibition, Dec. 1989 - Feb. 1990, curated by Malbert with Allen's assistance; the catalogue was designed by Julian Rothenstein.]

Manchester Metropolitan University Library. Thomas Bewick: A Catalogue of Books Illustrated by Thomas Bewick and his Pupils, Together with a List of Books on their Works, from the Stock of the Manchester Metropolitan University Library. Manchester, U. K.: Manchester Metropolitan University Library, 1993. Pp. viii + 20.

Manning, Gillian. "Hexastichon Hieron: A Hitherto Unrecorded English Emblem Book of the Restoration Period." Emblematica, 6 (1992), 307-22.

Manoeuvre, Laurent, and Eric Rieth. Joseph Vernet (1714-1789): Les Ports de France. Preface by Pierre Rosenberg. Arcueil, France: Anthese, 1994. Pp. 168; illus. (some in color).

Mansau, Andrée. "Le 'Quichotte' illustré de Florian: Vers un livre pour l'enfance?" Cahiers de l'Association internationale des études françaises, 48 (1996), 283-96.

Mansfield, Elizabeth. "Allart van Everdingen's Mezzotint Incunabula." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 169-78; illustrations. [Van Everdingen (1621-75) "executed over 160 etchings in his lifetime, including ten prints that feature a rudimentary form of mezzotint." Mansfield describes his technique and places it in "the broader context of tonal printmaking during the period."]

Mantel, T. T. "Waardevol oud papier uit Haarlem: De 'Bloem-Thuyn'-collectie, een Bol-Bloemen catalogus in aquarel: de Waardevolle nalatenschap van kwekerij 'Bloem-Thuyn' in Haarlem." Pp. 215-25 in Waardevol oud papier. Edited by Nop Maas. Haarlem: Bubb Kuyper Veilingen Boeken en Grafiek, 1996. [On Dutch books on flower bulbs; illus.]

Marini, Giorgio. "The De Brandis Print Collection." Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 311-12. [With comments on and corrections to the Allessandro Giacomello's catalogue of this small collection donated to the town San Giovanni al Natisone, near Udine, in north-east Italy: La collezione de Brandis: Catalogo delle stampe e dei disegni. (San Giovanni al Natisone, 1999), 131 pp.; fully illustrated.]

Marini, Giorgio. "Marco Ricci, Printmaker." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 67-70; illus.

Marini, Giorgio. "Pietro Longhi and his Engravers." Print Quarterly, 11 (1994), 401-10; 3 of plates.

Marini, Giorgio. "A Print Collection in Belluno." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 296-97. [Of Dr. Luigi Alpago-Novello (1854-1943), mostly of 18C Bellunese engravers; formally acquired after being on deposit at the Museo Civico of Belluno (near Venice). Marini's notes refer to engravers collected.]

Marini, Giorgio. "Two Letters by Volpato." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 398-400 [Two letters from Giovanni Volpato (c. 1735-1803) to his former employer in Bassano, the printer G. B. Remondini (1713-1773); dated 29 March 1766 and 26 Nov. 1768.]

Marsack, Robyn (ed.). Selected Work: Thomas Bewick. [Alternate title: Thomas Bewick: Selected Work.] Manchester, UK: Fyfield Books, 1989. Pp. 142; illus.

Martin, Sylvie. "Robert-Menge Pariset: The Difficulties of a Lyon Printseller in the Eighteenth Century." Print Quarterly, 12 (1995), 231-52; 8 of plates; illus.

Mason, Peter. "Ethnographic Portraiture in the Eighteenth Century: George Psalmanazaar's Drawings of Formosans." Eighteenth-Century Life, 23, no. 3 (Nov. 1999), 58-76. [On engraved illustrations of Psalmanazaar's 1704 work.]

McCorkle, Barbara B. The Early Maps of New England: An Exhibition from the Collection of The Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, October 2000 - January 2001. Lawrence: University of Kansas, [2000]. Pp. 16.

McCorkle, Barbara Backus (comp.). New England in Early Printed Maps, 1513 to 1800: An Illustrated Carto-Bibliography. Providence, RI: John Carter Brown Library, 2001. Pp. xvii + 354; indices; maps.

McCreery, Cindy. "Satiric Images of Fox, Pitt, and George III: The East India Bill Crisis, 1783-84." Word and Image, 9 (1993), 163-85; with 14 black and white figures.

McCreery, Cindy. "True Blue and Black, Brown and Fair: Prints of British Sailors and Their Women during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars." British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (2000), 135-52.

McDonnell, Joseph. "The Influence of the French Rococco Print in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century." Bulletin of the Irish Georgian Society, 36 (1994), 63-74; illus.

McGeary, Thomas, and N. Frederick Nash (comps.). Emblem Books at the University of Illinois: A Bibliographic Catalogue. New York: G. K. Hall, 1993. Pp. 363; illustrations. [McGeary compiled the original editions (part 1); Nash, the reprints and microform copies.]

McKee, George D. "Collection publique et droit de reproduction: Les origines de la Chalcographie du Louvre, 1794-1797." Revue de l'art, 98 (1992), 54-65; illus.

McMinn, Joseph. "In State Opinions Alamode': Swift and the Frontispiece to Thomas Burnet's Essays (1714)." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 10 (1995), 121-26.

McNamara, Ruthann. "Hogarth and the Comic Muse." Print Quarterly, 13 (1996), 251-59.

McTeague, B. Nature Illustrated: Flowers, Plants, and Trees 1550-1900 from the Collections of the New York Public Library. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1989. Pp. 127; bibliography; illus. (60 b/w; 46 color).

Meier, Hans Jakob. Die Buchillustration des 18. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland und die Auflösung des überlieferten Historienbildes. (Kunstwissenschaftliche Studien, 60.) Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1994. Pp. 179; bibliographical references [167-77]; illus.; index.

Méndez Martínez, G. "Bibliografia do cartografia de Galicia." Pp. 857-66 in Cooperación: realidade e futuro. Santiago de Compostela: Conselleria de Cultura e Comunicación Social, 1997.

Mertz, J. B. "An Unrecorded Copy of Blake's 1809 Chaucer Perspectus." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 32 (1998/1999), 73.

Meyer-Noirel, Germaine. L'Ex-libris: Histoire, Art, Techniques. Paris: Picard, 1989. Pp. 264; 350 illus.

Meyer, Véronique. "Les Almanachs du roi Soleil (En marge d'une exposition [at the Louvre, 19 Jan. to 17 April 1995]." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 141 (July 1995), 55-59.

Meyer, Véronique. "Catalogue de thèses illustrées, in-folio soutenues aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles par des bordelais (suite)." Revue française d'histoire du livre, 72-73 (1991), 201-65; 74-75 (1992), 23-51; indices.

Meyer, Véronique. "Le commerce des illustrations de thèses dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle: Quelques documents inédits." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 134 (May 1994), 41-49; illus.

Meyer, Véronique. "Guillemard, Mutel, Daullé, et les portraits des génovefains." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 153 (July 1997), 10-23; checklist; plates; table of artists.

Meyer, Véronique. "L'histoire d'Aminte, peinte par Boucher et interprétée par Beauvarlet." Nouvelles de l'estampe, nos. 173-74 (Dec. 2000 - Feb. 2001), 41-43.

Meyer, Véronique. "Sébastien Pontault de Beaulieu et la levée du siège d'Arras." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 178 (Oct.-Nov. 2001), 7-23.

Meyer, Véronique. "Les thèses, leur soutenance et leurs illustrations dans les universités française sous l'Ancien Régime." Mélanges de la bibliothèque de la Sorbonne, 12 (1992), 45-111; checklist of "les graveurs et les éditeurs à Paris"; plates.

Meyer, Véronique. "Les thèses de médécine illustrées à Strasbourg aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles." Revue d'Alsace, 121 (1995), 27-80; 9 illus.

"Michael Twyman: A Checklist of the Published Writings." Printing History Society Bulletin, 44 (Summer 1998), 7-9. [Twyman is Emeritus Professor of Typography and Graphic Communication at the University of Reading and Chairman of the Printing History Society; the bibliography lists many 1990s publications on early nineteenth-century lithography throughout Europe.]

Michel, Marianne Roland. "De la gravure comme mode de diffusion des motifs rocaille." Études sur le XVIIIe siècle [Brussels], 18 (1991), 101-04.

Middleton, Robert, et al. (comps.). The Mark J. Millard Architectural Collection. Vol. 2: British Books, Seventeenth through Nineteenth Centuries. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art; New York: G. Brazillier, 1993, 1998. Pp. xv + 392; bibliography; illus.; indices.

Milano, Ernesto. Xilografia dal Quattrocento al Novecento: Percorso storico-artistico sui fondi della Biblioteca Estense. Edited by Mauro Bini. Modena: Il Mulino, 1993. Pp. 238; illus.

Miles, Peter. "Smollett, Rowlandson and a Problem of Identity: Decoding Names, Bodies, and Gender in Humphrey Clinker." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, no. 1 (Feb. 1996), 1-23.

Miller, John. Religion in the Popular Prints, 1600-1832. (The English Satirical Print, 1660-1832.) Cambridge, UK, and Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey, 1986. Pp. 368; bibliography [55-59]; illustrations.

Mínguez Cornelles, Víctor. Emblemática y cultura simbólica en la Valencia barroca. (Arxius i documents, 20.) Valencia: Alfons el Megnànim, 1997. Pp. 160.

Mínguez Cornelles, Víctor. Los reyes distantes: Imágenes del poder en el México virreinal. Castelló, Spain: Universitat Jaume 1, 1995. Pp. 201; illus. [151-90]; bibliography [193-201].

Mirto, Alfonso, and Henk Th. Van Veen (eds.). Pieter Blaeu [1637-1706]: Lettere ai Fiorentini Antonio Magliabechi, Leopoldo e Cosimo de'Medici, e altri, 1660-1705: Edizione con commento e saggio introduttivo in italiano e inglese [title reiterated in English]. Florence: Istituto universitario olandese di storia dell'arte; Amsterdam-Maarsen: APA-Holland University Press, 1993. Pp. xiv + 322; illustrations; index; introduction in Italian and English; 4 plates.

Möller, Joachim (ed.). Hogarth in Context: Ten Essays and a Bibliography. Marburg: Jonas, 1996. Pp. 167; illustrations; index. [After Möller's introductory "Kunst im Kontext," appear: Werner Busch's "Lektüreprobleme bei Hogarth: Zur Mehrdeutigkeit realistischer Kunst"; Ronald Paulson's "The Harlot's Progress and the Origins of the Novel"; Stephen C. Behrendt's "Hogarth, Dualistic Thinking and the Open Culture"; Robert L. S. Cowley's "William Hogarth's Indian Emperor and John Dryden's Defence of An Essay of Dramatic Poesie: Portraiture as Response to Literary Debate"; Mary Klinger Lindberg's "Dramatic Analogues in William Hogarth's Marriage a-la-Mode"; Vincent Carretta's "Satires on Seats of Power in the Age of Hogarth and Gillray" (87-105); Jeanne K. Welcher's "Hogarth's Reading of Gulliver's Travels" (106-16); Walter T. Rex's "William Hogarth und die Aufklärung in Deutschland"; Barry Wind's "Gin Lane and Beer Street: A Fresh Draught"; and Joachim Möller's "Von der Verrätselung zum Offenkundigen: Swifts Battle of the Books and Churchills Epistle to William Hogarth im Kontext ihrer Zeit."]

Möller, Joachim (ed.). Imagination on a Long Rein: English Literature Illustrated. Marburg: Jonas, 1988. Pp. 192; bibliography; illustrations. [Essays on prints and illustrations include chapters on Gulliver's Travels (82-93) and other 18C works; see entries for Behrendt, Blewett, Hefferman, and Welcher.]

Moore, D. T. "Sir William Hamilton's Volcanology and His Involvement in Campi Phlegraei." Archives of Natural History, 21 (1994), 169-93; illus. [On colored illustrations commissioned for a 1776 edition.]

Moore, John N. The Historical Cartography of Scotland: A Guide to the Literature of Scottish Maps and Mapping prior to the Ordnance Survey. (O'Dell Memorial Monographs, 24.) 2nd ed. Aberdeen: Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen, 1991. Pp. 95; indices.

Moore, John N. The Maps of Glasgow: A History and Cartobibliography to 1865. Glasgow: Glasgow University Press, 1996. Pp. vi + 141.

Morris, R. "200 Years of Admiralty Charts and Surveys." Mariner's Mirror, 82 (1996), 420-35.

Mosley, James. "Illustrations of Type-Founding Engraved for the Description des Arts et Métiers of the Académie Royale des Sciences, Paris, 1694 - c. 1700." Matrix, 11 (1992), 61-80; plates.

Muñnoz Simonds, Peggy. Iconographic Research in English Renaissance Literature: A Critical Guide. (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, 1344.) New York: Garland, 1995. Pp. xx + 539.

Myers, Amy R. W., and Margaret Beck Pritchard (eds.). Empire's Nature: Mark Catesby's New World Vision. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, in association with the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1999. Pp. xviii + 272; illus. (some in color); index.

Myers, James P., Jr. "Mapping Pennsylvania's Western Frontier in 1756." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 123, nos. 1-2 (Jan.-April, 1999), 3-30.

Myrone, Martin, and Lucy Peltz (eds.). Producing the Past: Aspects of Antiquarian Culture and Practice, 1700-1850. Preface by Stephen Bann. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1999. Pp. xxiii + 213; 49 b/w illustrations; index. [Includes Myrone and Peltz's introduction, "Ceci n'est pas un monument: Vetusta monumenta and antiquarian aesthetics" by Maria Grazia Lolla; "Graphic Antiquarianism in Eighteenth-Century Britain: The Career and Reputation of George Vertue" by Martin Myrone; "British Antiquity and Antiquarian Illustration" by Sam Smiles; and "The Extra-Illustration of London: The Gendered Spaces and Practices of Antiquarianism in the Late Eighteenth Century" by Lucy Peltz.]

Nenadic, S. "Print Collecting and Popular Culture in Eighteenth-Century Scotland." History, 82 (1997), 203-22.

Neumann, Peter. "Lothringische Buchillustrationen aus vier Jahrhunderten." Aus dem Antiquariat (1995), A343-345; illus.

New, Melvyn. "William Hogarth and John Baldessari: Ornamenting Sterne's Tristram Shandy." Word and Image, 11 (1995), 182-95.

Nink, Rudolf. Literatur und Typographie: Wort-Bild-Synthesen in der englischen Prosa des 16. bis 20.Jahrhunderts. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1994. Pp. viii + 231; illus.

Noblett, William. "Dru Drury's Letters (1770-1775) to the Cambridge Bookseller, John Woodyer." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 10, no. 4 (1994), 539-47. [The correspondence began when Woodyer wrote Drury to ask if the bookseller could sell his Illustrations of Natural History (1770), with cuts of exotic insects; Drury was a London silversmith with a passion for entomology; he brought out second and third volumes of his Illustrations in 1773 and 1782.]

Norvig, Gerda S. Dark Figures in the Desired Country: Blake's Illustrations to The Pilgrim's Progress. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. Pp. xxxii + 327; 28 of plates (some colored) and index.

Nys, Wim. "Joannes Claudius de Cock [1667-1735] als ontwerper van boekillustraties: Een overzicht." De Guilden Passer, 73 (1995), 155-86; 10 of plates.

Ogée, Frédéric (ed.). The Dumb Show: Image and Society in the Works of William Hogarth. (Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 357.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1997. Pp. xi + 223; illus. [With conference papers related to Hogarth's prints by Ogée, David Bindman, Michel Baridon, Jacques Carré, Marie-Madeleine Martinet, Roy Porter, and Hans-Peter Wagner.]

Ogée, Frédéric, and Hans-Peter Wagner (comps.). William Hogarth: Theater and the Theater of Life: An Exhibition Drawn from the Collection of Gerald and Suzanne Labiner. Introduction by Frédéric Ogée. Los Angeles, CA: Clark Library, 1997. Pp. vii + 20; illustrations. [Catalogue of an exhibition with that same title held at the UCLA Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, 1997.]

O'Keefe, Doris. "A Dublin Edition of the Emblemata Horatiana." Long Room, 36 (1991), 35-40; illus.

Olson, Roberta J. M. "Francesco Londonio." Print Quarterly, 13 (1996), 73-76; 2 plates.

Orenstein, Nadine M. Hendrick Hondius and the Business of Prints in Seventeenth-Century Holland. (Studies in Prints and Printmaking, 1.) Rotterdam: Sound & Vision Interactive, 1996. Pp. 246; illus.

Ouellet, Réal. "Le discours des gravures dans les Voyages' de Lahontan (1702-1703)." Etudes de lettres, 1-2 (1995), 31-48. ["Revue de la Faculté des lettres de l'Université de Lausanne.]

Paas, John Roger (ed.). [Hollstein] German Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts, ca. 1400-1700. Vols. 38-39: Jacob von Sandrat. Roosendaal: Koninklijke van Poll, 1994. [See entries on Falk and Hollstein for other volumes in this survey.]

Paas, John Roger. The German Political Broadsheet 1600-1700. Vol. 5: 1630 and 1631. Vol. 6: 1632. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1996, 1998. Pp. 351; 403; fully illus. [On the topic and project, see review by David Paisey in Print Quarterly, 18 (2001), 95-97.]

Pacha, Béatrice, and Ludovic Miran. Cartes et plans imprimés de 1564 à 1815: Collections des bibliothèques municipales de la région Centre: Notices de la Base BN-Opaline. Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale, 1996. Pp. 330; illus.

Parsons, Lee Allen. Columbus to Catherwood, 1494-1844: 350 Years of Historic Graphics Depicting the Islands, Indians, and Archaeology of the West Indies. Miami Lakes, FL: Jay I. Kislak Foundation, 1993. Pp. 121; illus.

Partridge, Linda Dugan. "By the Book: Audubon and the Tradition of Ornithological Illustration." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59 (1997), 269-302.

Pastoureau, Mireille. "Jacques Nicolas Bellin: French Hydrographer and the Royal Society in the Eighteenth Century." Yale University Library Gazette, 68 (1993), 65-69.

Pastoureau, Mireille. Voies océanes: Cartes marines et grandes découvertes. Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale, 1992. Pp. 187; illus.; maps.

Patier Torres, Felicidad. Biblioteca Tomás López: Seguida de la relación de los mapas impresos, con sus cobres, y de los libros del caudal de vente que quedaron a sus fallecimiento en Madrid en 1802. Madrid: El Museo Universal, 1992. Pp. 273; illus.

Paulson, Ronald. Don Quixote in England: The Aesthetics of Laughter. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. Pp. xx + 242.

Paulson, Ronald. Hogarth. 3 vols. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1991-93. Bibliography; illus.; indices. [Vol. 1: 1697-1732; 2: 1732-1750; 3: 1750-1764.]

Paulson, Ronald. Hogarth's Graphic Works. 3rd. rev. ed. London: The Print Room, 1989. [Catalogues H's prints.]

Paulson, Ronald. "Putting out the Fire in Her Imperial Majesty's Apartment: Opposition Politics, Anticlericalism, and Aesthetics." ELH, 63 (1996), 79-107.

Paultre, Roger. Les images du livre. Emblêmes et devises. Preface by Louis Marin. Paris: Hermann, 1991. Pp. xii + 206; 220 illus.

Pedley, Mary Sponberg. "Atlas Editing in Enlightenment France." Scholarly Publishing, 27 (1996), 100-17. [Treats Robert de Vaugondy, Gilles and Robert de Vaugondy, and the Atlas Universal.]

Pedley, Mary Sponberg. Bel et utile: The Work of Robert de Vaugondy Family of Mapmakers. Tring, Hertfordshire, U. K.: Map Collector Publications, 1993. Pp. 251; illus.; maps (some colored); index. [The elder Robert de Vaugondy lived 1688-1766; the younger, 1723-86.]

Pedley, Mary Spoonberg. Map Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: Letters to the London Map Dealers Jefferys and Faden. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000. Pp. xiv + 197; illus.; index; maps.

Pelletier, S. William. "[Adriaen] Van Ostade's Etchings Published by 'La Veuve Jean.'" Print Quarterly, 11 (1994), 395-401; 4 of plates. [Van Ostade, 1610-1685.]

Peltz, Lucy. "Aestheticizing the Ancestral City: Topography and the Representation of London in the Long Eighteenth Century." Art History, 22 (1999), 472-94. [On antiquarian representations of London, as Wenceslaus Hollar's engravings authorized by the Society of Antiquaries.]

Perez, Marie-Félicie (comp.). L'oeuvre gravé de Jean-Jacques de Boissieu, 1736-1810. Geneva: Cabinet des Estampes and Editions de Tricorne, 1994. Pp. 400; 325 illustrations. [Reprints and augments Alphonse de Boissieu's 1878 catalogue of De Boissieu's etchings; also includes a list of facsimiles and imitations of De Boissieu's works and an essay by Perez on "Boissieu Graveur."]

Perez Sanchez, Alfonso E., and Julian Gallego. Goya Grabador. Madrid: Fundación Juan March, 1994 [1993]. Pp. 283; illus. [Essays and catalogue of an exhibition held January through March, 1994, at the Fundación Juan March. See also Gallego above. Translated and reprinted as Goya: Das druckgraphische Werk (Munich: Prestel, 1995), pp. 263; 283 illustrations; and as Goya: The Complete Etchings and Lithographs (New York: Prestel, 1995), pp. 263; 283 illustrations].

Perkin, Michael (ed.). Illustration Processes and Binding in the Provinces: Aspects of the Provincial Book Trade in Southeast England. Reading: Department of Typography and Graphic Communications, University of Reading, 1993. Pp. 64.

Peterson, Carl A. "William Kent's Gerusalemme Liberata Illustrations." Eighteenth-Century Life, 14 (1990), 83-99; plates.

Phillips, Henry. "Sacred Text and Sacred Image: France in the Seventeenth Century." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 81, no. 3 (Autumn 1999), 299-320.

Phillips, Michael. "Blake and the Terror 1792-93." The Library, 6th ser., 16 (1994), 263-97; illus.

Pieters, Florence F. J. M., and Diny Winthagen. "Maria Sibylla Merian, naturalist and artist (1647-1717): A Commemoration on the Occasion of the 350th Anniversary of Her Birth." Archives of Natural History, 26 (1999), 1-18.

Pinault-Sorensen, Madeleine, and Bent Sorensen. "Recherche sur un graveur de l'Encyclopédie: De Fehrt." Revue sur Diderot et l'Encyclopédie, 15 (1993), 97-112; illus.

Pinon, Laurent. Livres de zoologie à la Renaissance (1450-1700): Une anthologie. (Corpus iconographique de l'histoire du livre.) Preface by Jean Céard. Paris: Klincksieck, 1995. Pp. 152; illus.

Platt, Dobroslawa. Emblematy w ossolinskich zbiorach druków i rekopisów XVI-XVIII w. Wroclaw: Towarzystwo Przyjaciól Ossolineum. 1995. Pp. 84; illustrations.

Plouviez, Charles. "A Lakeland Artist Identified: An Addendum to Peter Bicknell's Bibliography." The Book Collector, 43 (1994), 296-98.

Pollak, Martha D (comp.). Military Architecture, Cartography, and the Representation of the Early Modern European City: A Checklist of Treatises on Fortification in the Newberry Library. Chicago, IL: Newberry Library, 1991. Pp. xxvi + 119; illus.

Pomeroy, Jane R. "Alexander Anderson's Life and Engravings, with a Checklist of Publications Drawn from his Diary." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 100 (1990), 137-230. [Anderson was the preeminent New York illustrator in the 1790s.]

Pommier, Henriette. "Benoît Farjat: Graveur italien d'origine lyonnaise (1645-1646? - 1724)." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 146 (July 1996), 13-24. [With list of engraved works on 19-23, and bibliography on 24.]

Poortman, Wilco C., and Joost Augusteijn (comps.). Kaarten in Bijbels [Maps in Bibles] (16e-18e eeuw). Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum, 1994. Pp. 274; illus.

Porteman, Karel. "'Embellished with Emblems': About the Incorporation of Emblems in Other Genres in Dutch Literature." Pp. 70-89 (8 of plates) in The Emblem in Renaissance and Baroque Europe, Tradition and Variety: Selected Papers of the Glasgow International Emblem Conference, 13-17 August 1990. Edited by Alison Adams and Anthony J. Harper. Leiden and New York: E. J. Brill, 1992.

Porteman, Karel. "From First Sight to Insight: The Emblem in the Low Countries." Translated by Peter King. The Low Countries: Arts and Society in Flanders and the Netherlands: A Yearbook, (1993/94), 212-21.

Porteman, Karel, with contributions from Elly Cockx-Indestege, Dirk Sacre, and Marcus de Schepper. Emblematic Exhibitions (affixiones) at the Brussels Jesuit College (1630-1685): A Study of the Commemorative Manuscripts (Royal Library, Brussels). Translated by Anna E. C. Simoni. Brepols: KBR, 1996. Pp. 198; bibliographical references [189-93]; CD-ROM [entitled Emblem Manuscripts, 1630-1685]; facsimiles; illus. (some colored); index.

Porter, Roy. "Seeing the Past." Past and Present (Feb. 1988), 186-205.

Powell, K. H. "The Art of Making Animals Talk: Constructions of Nature and Culture in Illustrations of the Fables of La Fontaine." Word and Image, 12 (1996), 251-73.

Préaud, Maxime. "Anatomie de la couleur: L'invention de l'estampe en couleurs." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 145 (March 1996), 56-57. [On Jacob Christoph Le Blon's La Sainte Face sur le veille de Véronique.]

Préaud, Maxime. Les Effets du soleil: Almanachs du règne de Louis XIV. Paris: Réunion des Musées Nationaux, 1995. Pp. 160; 85 illustrations (including 4 color plates).

Préaud, Maxime. "Une image pour la confrérie des chapeliers gravée par Henri Bonnart." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 144 (Dec. 1995), 25-27.

Préaud, Maxime. Inventaire du fonds français graveurs du XVIIIe siècles. Vol. 11: Antoine Lepautre, Jacques Lapautre, et Jean Lepautre (Part 1). Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale, Dept. des Estampes, 1993. Pp. 369; 1097 illus.

Préaud, Maxime. Inventaire du fonds français: Graveurs du XVIIe siècle. Vol. 12: Jean Lepautre, deuxième partie. Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale, 1999. Pp. 336; illustrations.

Préaud, Maxime. "Les Mellan des Cabinets des estampes de Bruxelles, d'Amsterdam, et de quelques autres collections: Supplement à l'Inventaire du fonds français graveurs du XVIIIe siècles, t. 17." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 127 (March 1993), 21-27; illus.

"Print, Picture, or Text?" The Book Collector, 47 (1998), 297-318; bibliography. [Unsigned review essay of recent publications on prints, including Timothy Clayton's The English Print, 1688-1802 (1997).]

Pritchard, Margaret Beck, and Virginia Lascara Sites. William Byrd II and His Lost History: Engravings of the Americas. Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation (distributed through Chapel Hill, NC: University of N. Carolina Press), 1993. Pp. xv + 192; illustrations. [On unpublished plates found at the Bodleian Library commissioned by William Byrd, hypothesizing that Byrd intended them for a history of North America.]

Proust, Jacques. "Le squelette voyageur." Dix-huitième siècle, 28 (1996), 159-68. [On the reproduction and transmission of an anatomical illustration from Vesalius (1543) to the Encyclopédie (1762) and, more especially, through one of several earlier publications to Japan in 1798.]

Raasveld, Paulus Petrus Maria. "Pictura, poesis, musica: Een onderzoek naar de rol van de muziek in embleemliteratuur / Pictura, poesis, musica: An Investigation of the Role of Music in Emblem Literature." Diss. University of Utrecht, 1995. Pp. viii + 455; catalogue of emblem literature with music and of emblems with musical notation; illus.

Raynie, Stephen A. "Hayman and Gravelot's anti-Pamela Designs for Richardson's Octavo Edition of Pamela I and II." Eighteenth-Century Life, 23, no. 3 (Sept. 1999), 77-93.

Reichart, Rolf. "L'Imaginaire social d'un mythe fondateur national: Le cas de la Bastille et du patriote Palloy." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 154-55 (Oct. 1997), 5-24; plates.

Reilly, Bernard F., Jr. American Political Prints, 1766-1876: A Catalog of the Collections in the Library of Congress. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1991. Pp. xxi + 638; bibliography [xix-xxi]; illus.; indices.

Reinhartz, Dennis . The Cartographer and the Literati: Herman Moll [1654?-1732] and his Intellectual Circle. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1997. Pp. xiv + 180; illus.; index.

Reinhartz, Dennis, and Gerlad D. Saxon. The Mapping of the Entradas into the Greater Southwest. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Pp. xiv + 227; illus. (some in color); maps (some in color); index.

Révauger, Cécile. "William Hogarth et la franc-maçonnerie: jeux de lumière." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-amémericaines de XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles [in special issue entitled Vie, formes et lumière(s): Hommage à Paul Denizot, edited by Guyonne Leduc], 1999, 277-92.

"Robert Nanteuil 1623-1678: Le Portrait gravé en France au XVIIe siècle." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 140 (May 1995), 49-50.

Roberts, K. B., and J. D. W. Tomlinson. The Fabric of the Body: European Traditions of Anatomical Illustrations [Renaissance to Modern]. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Pp. xx + 638; color plates; illus.; index.

Rock, Joe. "An Important Scottish Anatomical Publication Rediscovered." The Book Collector, 49 (2000), 27-60; illus.

Rodari, Florian (comp.). Anatomie de la Couleur: L'Invention de l'Estampe en Couleurs. Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale de France, 1996. Pp. 151; 148 colored illustrations; exhibition catalogue (at BNF Feb. 27 - May 5; at Musée Olympique, Lausanne, May 22 - Sept. 1, 1996).

Rogeaux, Nadine. "Wallerant Vaillant (1623-1677), premier spécialiste de la gravure en manière noire." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 177 (July-Sept. 2001), 19-31; plates.

Rookmaaker, L. C. "William Daniell's Depictions of the Rhinoceros in India." Archives of Natural History, 26 (1999), 205-10.

Rouillard, Philippe. "Mars, Vénus et Cupidon ou l'énigme du Maître L." Nouvelles de l'estampe, nos. 173-74 (Dec. 2000 - Feb. 2001), 18-40.

Rovelstad, Mathilde V., and E. Michael Camilli. "Emblems as Inspiration and Guidance in Baroque Libraries." Libraries and Culture, 29 (1994), 147-65; illus. [of emblematic designs within library interiors].

Roy, Stéphanie. "Paul-André Basset et ses contemporains. L'édition d'imagerie populaire pendant la Révolution: Piratage ou entente tacite?" Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 176 (May-June 2001), 5-19; plates.

Royal Historical Society. Historians' Guide to Early British Maps: A Guide to the Locations of Pre-1900 Maps of the British Isles Preserved in the United Kingdom and Ireland. (Royal Historical Society Guides and Handbooks, 18.) London: Royal Historical Society, 1994. Pp. ix + 465; index.

Russell, Gillian. "'Faro's Daughters': Female Gamesters, Politics, and the Discourse of Finance in 1790s Britain." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33 (2000), 481-504; 5 plates. [Discusses satirical engraved prints.]

Ryan, Edward. Paper Soldiers: The Illustrated History of Printed Paper Armies of the 18th, 19th, and 20th Centuries. London: Golden Age Editions, 1995. Pp. 528; 580 colored and 135 black-and-white illus.

Salmon, Xavier. "Hyacinthe Collin de Vermont et l'estampe." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 133 (March 1994), 47-55; plates.

Sanciaud, Anne. "'L'Enfant des dieux': Les représentations d'enfants royaux en France au XVIIIe siècle." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 156 (Dec. 1997), 5-22; 17 illus.

Santesso, Aaron. "William Hogarth and the Tradition of Sexual Scissors." Studies in English Literature, 39 (1999), 499-52. [On illustrations of Hudibras.]

Sas, Ágnes. "Rediscovered Documents from the Estreházy Collection: The Engraver's Copy of Pál Esterházy's Harmonia caelestis; the Libretto of Joseph Haydn's Alcide." Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 34 (1992), 167-85.

Sauer, Helgard. "Gullivers Reisen: 1. Teil: Illustrationen von 1726-1842." Illustration '63, 28 (1991), 93-97.

Sauer, Helgard. "Illustrationen zu Swifts Roman Gullivers Reisen: Ein Beitrag zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Kinder- und Jugendbuchillustration seit dem 18. Jahrhundert." Diss. University of Dresden, 1990.

Saunders, Alison. The Seventeenth-Century French Emblem: A Study in Diversity. (Travaux du Gran Siècle, 18.) Geneva: Droz, 2000. Pp. xiii + 437; 31 illustrations.

Savage, Nicholas, Gerald Beasley, Alison Shell, and John Meriton Coast (comps. and eds.). Early Printed Books, 1478-1840: A Catalogue of the British Architectural Library Early Imprints Collection. Vols. 1-3: Vol. 1: A-D; Vol. 2: E-L; Vol. 3: M-R. East Grinstead, U.K.: Bowker-Saur, 1994, 1995, 1999. Pp. ca. 500 per vol.; illus.; plates. [RLIN notes the editors of Vol. 3 is Paul Nash et al.; Vol. 4 is yet to be published.]

Schmid, F. Carlo. "Jakob Philipp Hackert als Radierer: Anlässlich der neueren Literatur zu Leben und Werk des Künstlers." Librarium, 39 (1996), 163-79; illus.

Schmid, F. Carlo. Naturansichten und Ideallandschaften: Die Landschaftsgraphik von Johann Christian Reinhart und Seinem Umkreis. Berlin: G. Mann, 1998. Pp. 408; 75 illustrations. [See the rev. essay "Johann Christian Reinhart" by Antony Griffiths in Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 293-94. This is a revision of a 1995 thesis at Freie U., Berlin.]

Schnackertz, Hermann Josef. "Hogarth und Fielding: Der Innovationsanspruch von Bilderzählung und Roman im 18. Jahrhundert." Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 21 (1996), 63-83.

Schoenberg, Estella. "Seventeenth-Century Propaganda in English Book Illustration." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature, 25, no. 2 (Spring 1992), 1-24. [Focuses on illustrated folios of Milton's Paradise Lost, Ogilby's Virgil and Dryden's Virgil.]

Schuckman, Christiaan. "Het Nederlandse geïllustreerde boek tot 1700: De ontsluiting op illustratoren." Jaarboek voor Nederlandse boekgeschiedenis, 4 (1997), 227-41; illustration [332]; summary in English. [On Dutch book illustration 1500-1700.]

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Sena, John F. "Gulliver's Travels and the Genre of the Illustrated Book." Pp. 101-38 of The Genres of Gulliver's Travels. Edited by Frederik N. Smith. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses, 1990.

Sharp, Richard. The Engraved Record of the Jacobite Movement. Aldershot, Hants., U. K.: Scolar; Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1996. Pp. xv + 227; 200 b/w illus. [Contains a catalogue of 757 prints, with locations and call numbers.]

Sheffrin, Jill. "Neatly Dissected for the Instruction of Young Ladies and Gentlemen in the Knowledge of Geography": John Spilsbury and Early Dissected Puzzles. Los Angeles: Cotsen Occasional Press, 1999. Pp. 40; illustrations. [On hand-colored maps printed from copper plate engravings that were mounted and then cut along geographical boundaries to serve as puzzles; apparently the invention of English engraver John Spilsbury (1739-69). Sheffrin specific examinations include dissected puzzles from 1766-1767 in the Cotsen Children's Library in Los Angeles.]

Sheppard's International Directory of Print and Map Sellers. 3rd ed. Farnham, U.K. Richard Joseph, 1995. Pp. 352.

Shesgreen, Sean. The Criers and Hawkers of London: Engravings and Drawings of Marcellus Laroon. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1990. Pp. xii + 252; bibliography; illus.; index.

Shesgreen, Sean. "The Cries of London in the Seventeenth Century." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 86 (1992), 269-94 + 15 of plates (including two folding plates).

Shesgreen, Sean. "'The Manner of Crying Things in London': Style, Authorship, Chalcography, and History." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59 (1997 [1998]), 404-63.

Shields, Hugh. "The Woodcuts of Irish Ballad Sheets, 1626-1960." Lore and Language, 12 (1994), 207-26.

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Shirley, Rodney W. Printed Maps of the British Isles, 1650-1750. London: British Library and Map Collector Publications, 1988. Pp. 168; illus.; maps.

Sider, Sandra with Barbara Obrist (eds.). Bibliography of Emblematic Manuscripts. Foreword by William S. Heckscher. (Corpus Librorum Emblematum. Primary Literature.) Buffalo, NY, and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1997. Pp. xvii + 184.

Simonds, Roger T. "The Romantic Philosophers' Reflections of Emblems." Emblematica, 8 (1994), 371-80. [Includes discussions of Shaftesbury and Rousseau.]

Sitwell, Sacheverell, and Wilfrid Blunt. Great Flower Books, 1700-1900: A Bibliographical Record of Two Centuries of Finely-Illustrated Flower Books. Bibliography edited by Patrick M. Syne and edited by W. T. Stearn et al. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1990. Pp. xi + 189; 52 plates.

Smailes, Helen. Andrew Geddes 1783-1844: Painter-Printmaker, "A Man of Pure Taste" [exhibition catalogue]. Edinburgh: National Gallery of Scotland, 2001. Pp. 134; 92 plates (52 in color).

Sokalski, Alex. "Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Single Illustrations of Bouffler's Reine de Golconde." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10 (1992), 341-62.

Soler, Jaime, and Lorenzo Avila (eds.). Posada y la prensa ilustrada: Signos de modernización y resistencias. Mexico: Museo Nacional de Arte; Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1996. Pp. 256; illus. [Exhibition catalogue on works of José Guadalupe Posada.]

Sorensen, Madeleine Pinault. "Les illustrations des Voyages pittoresques." Études de Lettres (1995), nos. 1-2, 121-34.

Spica, Anne-Elisabeth. Symbolique humaniste et emblématique: L'évolution des genres (1580-1700). (Lumière classique, 8.) Paris: Honoré Champion, 1996. Pp. 622; illustrations; index.

Stähli, Marlis. "Die Erstausgabe der Bilderchronik des Petrus de Ebulo: Eine bernisch-zürcherische Zusammenarbeit aus dem Jahrhundert der Aufklärung." Librarium, 39 (1996), 2-21; illus.

Steintrager, James A. "Monstrous Appearances: Hogarth's 'Four Stages of Cruelty' and the Paradox of Inhumanity." The Eighteenth Century - Theory and Interpretation, 42 ([Spring] 2001), 59-82.

Stemmler, Joan K. "'Undisturbed above once in a lustre': Francis Douce, George Cumberland, and William Blake at the Bodleian Library and Ashmolean Museum." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 26 (1992), 9-18; illus.

Stevens, J., S. Tyacke, R. McKitterick, and J. I. Whalley (comps.). Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdelene College, Cambridge. Vol. 4: Music, Maps, and Calligraphy. Cambridge: Brewer, 1989. Various pagings; index.

Stewart, Philip. Engraven Desire: Eros, Image, and Text in the French Eighteenth Century. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1992. Pp. xvi + 380; bibliography; illustration; indices.

Stewart, Philip. "On the 'Iconology' of Literary Illustration." Pp. 251-67 in Dilemmes du roman: Essays in Honor of Georges May. Edited by Catherine LaFarge. Saratoga, CA: ANMA Libri, 1989.

Stogdon, Nicholas. "Captain Baillie and The Hundred Guilder Print." Print Quarterly, 13 (1996), 52-57. [On the discovery of a prospectus inviting subscriptions for Captain William Baillie's 1775 revised reimpression of Rembrandt's The Hundred Guilder Print; the prospectus, in French, is transcribed and was found on the wooden backboard of a copy of the revised print.]

Stoker, David. "The Peripatetic Woodpecker: or, More Tales from Hoffman." Factotum, no. 39 (1995), 14-18. [With new biographical information about the wood-block cutter Francis Hoffman, best known for his work for Henry Woodfall.]

Stone, J. C. "Robert Gordon and the Making of the First Atlas of Scotland." Northern Scotland, 18 (1998), 15-29.

Stoomberg, Harriet J. "Matthew en Mary Darly: Graveurs, uitgevers en verkopers van prenten in London 1748-1781." De Boekenwereld, 13 (1996/97), 229-41; illus.

Storme, Hans. "Spiritual New Year's Gifts: Symbolic Presents and Moral Teaching in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Sermons for New Year's Day." Emblematica, 8 (1994), 303-20.

Streng, Jean C. "The Leiden Engraver Frans van Bleyswyck (1671-1746)." Quaerendo, 20 (1990), 111-36; illus.; 5 plates.

Streng, Jean C. "The Plates in the Leiden University Catalogus Librorum of 1716." Quaerendo, 22, no. 4 (1992), 273-84; illus.

Suarez, Michael. "Bibles, Libels, and Bute: The Development of the Mock-Biblical Satire in the Eighteenth-Century Political Print." Age of Johnson, 5 (1992), 341-89; 16 of plates.

Summers, Mark W. "American Cartoonists and a World of Revolutions, 1789-1936." Pp. 136-55 in Media and Revolution. Edited by Jeremy D. Popkin. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1995.

Szántai, Lajos. Atlas hungaricus: Magyarország nyomtatott térképei 1528-1850. 2 vols. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1996. Illustrations.

Szanto, Mickaël. "La stratégie de l''artium amatoris': Les banquiers Lumague et le commerce parisien de l'art dans la première motié du XVIIe siècle." Nouvelles de l'estampe, no. 177 (July-Sept. 2001), 7-18; plates.

Tatai-Balta, Cornel. Gravorii in lemn de la Blaj (1750-1830). Blaj: Editura Eventus, 1995. Pp. 285; 129 plates. [On wood engravers of Blaj, Romania. Reviewed by G. Buluta in Biblioteca, 8 (1997), 22.]

Tattersfield, Nigel. Bookplates by Beilby and Bewick: A Bibliographical Dictionary of Bookplates from the Workshop of Ralph Beilby, Thomas Bewick, and Robert Bewick, 1760-1849. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1999. Pp. xi + 352; facs.; illus.; index. [Beilby, 1744-1817; Thomas Bewick, 1753-1828; Robert Eliot Bewick, d. 1849.]

Tattersfield, Nigel. John Bewick: Engraver on Wood, 1760-1795: An Appreciation of His Life, together with an Annotated Catalogue of his Illustrations and Designs. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 2001. Pp. 256; appendix on Bewick's life; bibliography; chronological list of books illustration by Bewick [246-48]; index; portrait [color frt.].

Tauber, Henry. Schätze der Exlibriskunst aus dem 15. bis 18. Jahrhundert. Frankfurt am Main: Deutsche Exlibris-Gesellschaft, 1996. Pp. 55; illustrations.

Taylor-Leduc, Susan. "Bibliothèque Nationale de France Exhibition: Jean de la Fontaine." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 29 (1996), 433-34. [Taylor-Leduc focuses on the exhibition from October 1995 to January 1996; see the catalogue under Jean de la Fontaine.]

Telesko, Werner. Barocke Thesenblätter: Graphische Sammlung Stadtmuseum Linz-Nordico. Linz: Stadtmuseum Linz-Nordico, 1994. Pp. 64; exhibition catalogue; illus.

Tempesti, Domenico. Domenico Tempesti: I discorsi sopra l'intaglio. Edited with notes and introduction by Furio de Denaro. Florence: Studio per Edizioni Scelte, 1994. Pp. 202; illus. [Tempesti, an artist who did some engraving, took notes on Robert Nanteuil's practice and his and other engravers' discussions while Tempesti was in Paris from 1677-1680; De Denaro's translation is the first complete translation of the manuscript, held by the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice.]

Thackray, J. C. A. A Guide to the Official Archives of the Natural History Museum, London. London: Society for the History of Natural History, on behalf of the Natural History Museum, London, 1998. Pp. xix + 174. [Guide to prints as well as papers, drawing, and photographs.]

Thjis, Alfons K. L. Antwerpen internationaal uitgeverscentrum van devotieprenten 17de-17de eeuw. (Miscellanea Neerlandica, 7.) Leuven: Peeters, 1993. Pp. xvii + 163; illus.

Thomas, P. D. G. The American Revolution. (The English Satirical Print, 1660-1832.) Cambridge, UK, and Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey, 1986.

Thompson, Hilary. "Enclosures and Childhood in the Wood Engravings of Thomas and John Bewick." Children's Literature, 24 (1996), 1-22.

Thompson, Hilary. "Narrative Closure in the Vignettes of Thomas and John Bewick." Word and Image, 10 (1994), 395-408. [On wood-block vignettes in children's books illustrated by Thomas Bewick (1753-1828) and John Bewick (1760-1795).]

Tobin, Beth Fowkes. "Imperial Designs: Botanical Illustration and the British Botanic Empire." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 25 (1996), 265-92.

Tobler, Felix. "Der Atlas der Diözese Raab (Györ) aus dem Jahre 1821." Cartographica hungarica, 4 (1994), 34-39; illus.

Tomlinson, Janis A. Graphic Evolutions: The Print Series of Francisco Goya. Introduction by David Rosand. New York: Columbia University Press, 1989. Pp. xi + 67; catalogue for exhibition at the Wallach Art Gallery; illus.

Tongiorgi Tomasi, Lucia. "Aspetti e problemi del libro illustrato di soggetto naturalistico nell'Europa del '700." Pp. 295-310 in Gli spazi del libro nell'Europa del XVIII secolo: Atti del convegno di Ravenna (15-16 dicembre 1995). Edited by Maria Gioia Tavoni and Françoise Waquet. Bologna: Istituto per i beni artistici culturali e naturali della Regione Emilia Romagna; Patron, 1997.

Tongiorgi Tomasi, Lucia. An Oak Spring Flora: Flower Illustration from the Fifteenth Century to the Present Time: A Selection of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Works of Art in the Collection of Rachel Lambert Mellon. Trans. by Lisa Chien. Upperville, VA: Oak Spring Garden Library; London: Yale University Press, 1997. Pp. lxxiii + 427; illustrations.

Treadwell, John. "Blake, John Martin, and the Illustration of Paradise Lost." Word and Image, 9 (1993), 363-82; 6 illus.

Trogan, Rosine, and Phillipe Sorel. Augustin Dupré (1748-1833), graveur général des monnaies de France. Collections, du Musée Carnavalet (Paris, 2000). Pp. 323; 9 colored plates; 477 illus.

Tucker, Peter. The Illustrated Editions of Candide: The Interpretation of a Classic: An Examination and Checklist. Introduction by Giles Barber. Oxford: Previous Parrot Press, 1993. Pp. 68 + 6 colored plates; illus.

Turner, Silvie. Print Collecting: Selecting, Evaluating, and Caring for Fine Prints. New York: Lyons & Burford (distributed through New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press), 1996. Pp. 192; illus.

Turrio Baldassari, Monica. "Pierre de Cortone dans les gravures françaises du XVIIe siècle." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 126 (1995), 27-51; 76 illus.

Twyman, Michael. Early Lithographed Music: A Study Based on the H. Baron Collection. London: Farrand, 1996. Pp. 578; illustrations; indices; maps; music.

Uglow, Jenny. Hogarth: A Life and a World. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1997. Pp. xviii + 794; 14 color plates; 193 illustrations.

Unwin, Robert W. "A Provincial Man of Science at Work: Martin Lister, F. R. S., and His Illustrators 1670-1683." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 49 (1995), 209-30; illus.

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Van der Krogt, Peter. "Commercial Cartography in the Netherlands, with Particular Reference to Atlas Production (16th-18th Centuries)." Pp. 71-140 (with illustrations) in La cartografia dels Països Baixos; 4rt Curs, 15, 16, 17, 18 i 19 de febrer de 1993. Barcelona: Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya, 1995.

Van der Krogt, Peter. Globi Neerlandici: The Production of Globes in the Low Countries. Translated by Elizabeth Daverman. Utrecht: HES, 1993. Pp. 647 + 16 of plates; illus. (some in color); index; maps.

Van der Krogt, Peter, Marc Hameleers, and Paul van den Brink (comps.). Bibliografie van de geschiedenis van de kartografie van de Nederlanden / Bibliography of the History of Cartography of the Netherlands. Utrecht: HES, 1993. Pp. 418; bibliography [in Dutch and English]; index.

Vandersypen, Karla, and Eric C. Alstrom. Homage to Audubon: The Illustrated Bird Book 1300-1860. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1993. Pp. 16.; exhibition catalogue.

Van Laere, Raf. "Gesigneerde vignetten en aanverwante houtsneden uit Luik en Antwerpen in Maastrichtse drukken van de 17de en 18de eeuw." Revue belge d'archéologie et d'histoire de l'art / Belgisch tijdschrift voor oudheidkunde en kunstgeschiedenis, 66 (1997), 107-39; illus.

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Vega, Jesusa. "The Dating and Interpretation of Goya's Disasters of War." Print Quarterly, 11 (1994), 3-17; plates.

Viscomi, Joseph. Blake and the Idea of the Book. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1993. Pp. xxvii + 453 + 8 of colored plates; appendix ["Extant and Known Copies of [Blake's] Illuminated Books," 375-81]; bibliography [works cited, 429-37]; 315 illustrations; index.

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Vittu, Jean-Pierre. "L'Évolution des tables de périodiques littéraires a l'époque de l'Encyclopédie." Dix-huitième siècle, 25 (1993), 423-31.

Vives Piqué, Rosa. Del cobre al papel: La imagen multiplicada. El conocimiento de las estampas. Barcelona: Icaria, 1994. Pp. 236; 50 illus.

Voogd, Peter de. "Robert Dighton's Twelve Tristram Shandy Prints." The Shandean, 6 (1994), 86-98. [Modern illus. of 18C book.]

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Waddleton, Norman. The Waddleton Chronology of Books with Colour Printed Illustrations or Decorations: 15th to 20th Century. 5th ed. York, U. K.: Quacks Books, 1993. Pp. xviii + 656. [The Norman Waddleton Collection is at Cambridge University Library.]

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Wagner, Peter. "The Satire on Doctors in Hogarth's Graphic Works," Pp. 200-25 of Literature and Medicine during the Eighteenth Century (Wellcome Institute Series in the History of Medicine.) Edited by Marie Mulvey Roberts and Roy Porter. London: Routledge, 1993. Illus.

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Werner, Jan. Inde Witte Pascaert: Kaarten en atlassen van Frederick de Wit, uitgever te Amsterdam (ca. 1630-1706). Amsterdam: Universiteitsbibliotheek, 1994. Pp. 72; exhibition catalogue; illus.

Werner, Jan. "De kaarten- en atlassencollectie van het Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskundig Genootschap in de Universiteitsbibliotheek Amsterdam." Pp. 63-82 in Oude kaarten van Brabant & de Nederlandse kartografische bijdrage aan het wereldbeeld. (NVK publikatiereeks, 22.) Edited by Peter van der Krogt. Amersfoort: Nederlandse Vereniging voor Kartografie, 1997. [Concerns the maps and atlases in the Royal Dutch Geographical Society's collections.]

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Whitfield, Peter. Images of the World. Twenty Centuries of World Maps. London: British Library, 1994. Pp. viii + 144; colored illustrations; indices; colored maps.

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Whitfield, Peter. New Found Lands: Maps in the History of Exploration. London: British Library; New York: Routledge, 1998. Pp. viii + 200; illus. (some in color); index; maps (some in color).

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Widacka, Hanna. Marstaller: Nadworny sztycharz Stanislawa Augusta. Warsaw: Biblioteka Narodowa, 1996. Pp. 86; illus.

Widacka, Hanna. "Michael Zukowski i jego ilustracje do dziela ksieznej Urszuli Radziwillowej." Rocznik Biblioteki Narodowej (1994/1995), 197-205.

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Wiebenson, Dora, and Claire Baines (comps.). Mark J. Millard Architectural Collection: French Books, Sixteenth through Nineteenth Centuries. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art; New York: George Braziller, 1993. Pp. 512; 273 illustrations. [Introduction and catalogue by Wiebenson; bibliographical descriptions by Baines.]

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Wilton-Ely, John. Giovanni Battista Piranesi: The Complete Etchings. 2 vols. San Francisco, CA: Alan Wofsy, 1994. Pp. xii + 1264; illus.; indices.

Winearls, Joan. Mapping Upper Canada, 1780-1867: An Annotated Bibliography of Manuscript and Printed Maps. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press, 1991. Pp. xli + 986; bibliography of maps of Ontario; illus; indices; maps; plates.

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Winearls, Joan. "Thomas Jeffreys's Map of Canada and the Mapping of the Western Part of North America, 1750-1768." British Library Journal, 22 (1996), 27-54.

Winstone, John. Bristol Trade Cards: Remnants of a Prolific Commerce. Introduction by David J. Eveleigh. Bristol: Reece Winstone Archive, c. 1994. Pp. 132; 330 illus. [Most from early 1800's but with some 18C examples from the Blaise Castle House Museum; grouped into professional classes.]

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Worman, Eugene C., Jr. "George Virtue's Earliest Publications." AB Bookman's Weekly, 91 (1993), 2289.

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The C18-L Bibliographies

Recent Sources for 18th-Century Studies: Bibliographic Tools

Recent Studies and Editions of 18th-Century Women
Writers, Readers, and Publishers

Recent Studies in 18th-Century Children's Literature

Recent Studies in 18th-Century Journalism
and the Periodical Press

Recent Studies in 18th-Century Book Culture

Recent Studies of 18th-Century Illustrations and Prints,
Including Cartography

Recent Publications Concerning 18th-Century Holdings in Contemporary Library
and Manuscript Collections

 

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