Preface Acknowledgements Introduction SECTION ONE: ILLUSTRATIVE TRADITIONS IN EUROPE, ASIA and AFRICA 1. Image and Meaning, Prehistory to 1500 by Robert Brinkerhoff and Margot McIlwin Nishimura 2. Illustration in Printed Matter in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1660 by Susan Doyle 3. Pluralistic View of Indian Images: 2nd BCE to the 1990s by Binita Desai and Nina Sabnani 4. Illustrative Traditions in the Muslim Context by Irvin Cemil Schick 5. Chinese Illustration before 1900 by Sonja Kelley and Frances Wood 6. Prints and Books in Japan's Floating World by Daphne Rosenzweig 7. Illustration in Latin America from Pre-Columbian to Modern 1990s by Maya Stanfield-Mazzi 8. Illustration in the African Context by Bolaji Campbell with contributions by Winifred Lambrecht SECTION TWO: IMAGES AS KNOWLEDGE, IDEAS AS POWER 9. Observation and the Representation of Natural Science Illustration 1450-1900 by Shelley Wall 10. Visualizing Bodies: Anatomical and Medical Illustration from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century by Shelley Wall 11. Dangerous Pictures: Social Commentary in Europe, 1720-1860 by Robert Lovejoy 12. From Reason to Romanticism by Hope Saska SECTION THREE: THE ADVENT OF MASS MEDIA 13. Illustration on British and North American printed ephemera of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries by Graham Hudson 14. Illustration in the expansion of the Graphic Journalism, and Magazine Fiction in Europe and North America, 1830-1900 by Brian Kane and Page Knox 15. Beautifying Books and Popularizing Posters: Illustration in the Later Nineteenth Century by Susan Ashbrook and Alison Syme 16. Fantasy and Children's Book Illustration Nineteenth and early Twentieth-Century England by Alice Carter 17. Six Centuries of Fashion Illustration by Pamela Parmal SECTION FOUR: DIVERGING PATHS IN 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN ILLUSTRATION 18. American Narratives: Periodical Illustration in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century by Mary Holahan with contributions by Alice Carter and Joyce Schiller 19. Avant-garde Illustration, 1900-1950 by Jaleen Grove 20. Diverse American Illustration Trends in Periodicals, 1915-1940 by Roger Reed 21. Wartime Imagery and Propaganda, 1890-1950 by Thomas LaPadula 22. Illustrating Alternate Realities in Pulps and Other Popular Fiction by Nicholas Egon Jainschigg with contributions by Robert Lovejoy 23. Overview of Comics and Graphic Narratives by Brian M. Kane with contributions by Loren Goodman and Michelle Nolan SECTION FIVE: THE EVOLUTION OF ILLUSTRATION IN AN ELECTRONIC AGE 24. The Shifting Postwar Marketplace: Illustration Competes with Growing Media Options in the United States and Canada, 1940-1970 by Stephanie Plunkett 25. Children's Book Illustration, 1920-2000 by H. Nichols B. Clark 26. Countercultures: Underground Comix, Rock Posters and Protest Art, 1960-1990 by Robert Lovejoy 27. Print Illustration in the Postmodern World by Whitney Sherman 28. Medical Illustration after Gray's Anatomy: 1859 to the present by David M. Mazierski 29. Digital Forms by Nanette Hoogslag and Whitney Sherman Bibliography Glossary Index
The first text to undertake a complete history of illustration as its own discipline, covering everything from cave paintings to contemporary practitioners.
Susan Doyle is Chair and Associate Professor at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence (RISD), USA. Jaleen Grove is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Douglas B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library at Washington University, USA. Whitney Sherman is Director of the MFA in Illustration Practice at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), USA.
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Highly detailed and thorough. I especially like that the history of illustration of non-western cultures aren't ignored. . .Covers all of the major illustrators and movements. -- Deanna Staffo, Maryland Institute College of Art, USA
This book is one of the most thorough histories of illustration that I have seen and it would serve graphic design students well. Its content on non-western cultures far exceeds any comprehensive illustration or design history text available at this time. -- Amanda Horton, University of Central Oklahoma, USA