Statement of responsibility: edited by Michael Hunter
ISBN: 0754666549, 9780754666547
Intended audience: Specialized.
Selected conference papers.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
xxiii, 372 p. : ill., ports. ; 26 cm.
Illustration of books Great Britain 17th century Congresses.; Art and Design.; Illustration of books Great Britain 16th century Congresses.; 16th Century; Prints, British 16th century Congresses.; Books; Printing; Art and society Great Britain History 17th century Congresses.; Visual communication; Great Britain; Prints, British 17th century Congresses.; 17th Century; Art and society Great Britain History 16th century Congresses.
- Introduction, Michael Hunter
- Part 1 Printed Images and the Reformation: Symbols of conversion: proprieties of the page in Reformation England, Margaret Aston
- Censorship and self-censorship in late 16th-century English book illustration, Richard L. Williams
- Guides to Godliness from print to plaster, Tara Hamling
- 'Like fragments of a shipwreck': printed images and religious antiquarianism in early modern England, Alexandra Walsham. Part 2 Printed Images in Science and Cartography: Page techne: interpreting diagrams in early modern English 'how-to' books, Lori Anne Ferrell
- Gesner, Topsell and the purposes of pictures in early modern natural histories, Katherine Acheson
- Hollar's prospects and maps of London, Simon Turner
- The theory of the impression according to Robert Hooke, Matthew Hunter. Part 3 Printed Images and Politics: The Common Weales Canker Wormes or the Locusts of Both Church and State: emblematic identities in a late Jacobean print, Malcolm Jones
- Buckingham engraved: politics, print images and the royal favourite in the 1620s, Alastair Bellany
- The Devil's Bloodhound: Roger L'Estrange caricatured, Helen Pierce
- Decoding the Leviathan: doing the history of ideas through images 1651-1714, Justin Champion. Part 4 Printed Images and Aspects of Late 17th-Century English Culture: Noble or commercial? The early history of mezzotint in Britain, Ben Thomas
- Faithorne, Loggan, Vandrebank and White: the engraved portrait in late 17th-century Britain, David Alexander
- 'Paper tapestry' and 'wooden pictures': printed decoration in the domestic interior before 1700, Gill Saunders
- Top knots and lower sorts: print and promiscuous consumption in the 1690s, Angela McShane and Clare Backhouse