While such illustrative work is fascinating, in a work whose provenance is the illustrated book
itself, and whose limited space necessarily demands selectivity, one wonders about the rationale which gives textual space to cartoonists such as Frank Bellamy and George Heath, who are not really book illustrators, while omitting any data on Alan Odle, who is mentioned in a number of entries on other artists but receives none for himself apart from the reference `See Houfe.' Such cross-references to Houfe's book make the previous volume truly a necessary companion to Horne's -- so much so, indeed, that without both works before her, the researcher would often be frustrated in her search for data on certain book artists working in the twentieth century.
Vollard was soon publishing print portfolios and illustrated books
, as well as selling paintings.
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But on viewing day, the Wormington library was crowded and these illustrated books
were drawing the same kind of covetous glances as the silver, porcelain, furniture and pictures elsewhere in the house.
Orme has published extensively on medieval education and schools, and Yale has a long-established reputation for producing handsome, well illustrated books
on English and British history.
The first of the illustrated books
, The English Roses, is out in September after Puffin bought the English language rights from New York-based Callaway Editions.
Both Wegman and Magnuson wound up establishing bases outside the art world, Wegman in a cottage industry of illustrated books
and the like, Magnuson in TV and movies.
Organized by Deborah Wye, chief curator of prints and illustrated books
, and Margit Rowell, former chief curator of drawings, the show comprised more than three hundred books, magazines, broadsides, and posters culled from the thousand-plus items in the Judith Rothschild Foundation collection, which was given to the museum this year.
Reconstructing Merian's inner itinerary presents a formidable challenge, since the meticulously illustrated books
about the metamorphoses of insects and a few surviving letters of Merian unquestionably a "learned lady," though we are told nothing about her acquisition of Latin - contain almost no intimate references.
But Abelardo Morrell's Diirer Painting, 1995, and The Coliseum by Piranesi, 1995, which might have looked unremarkable elsewhere, revealed a clever understanding of the collusion/opposition between a single framed picture and consecutively bound illustrations, folding and tilting multiple pages of illustrated books
so that they might be captured within the unified picture plane of the photograph.