Peltz, Lucy, Facing the text , 
Facing the text : extra-illustration, print culture, and society in Britain, 1769-1840 / Lucy Peltz.
- San Marino, California : Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, 
- Physical Description:
- xi, 407 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 26 x 29 cm
- Reference LibraryZ1023 .P45 2017 (LC) OversizeAccessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 388-398) and index.
- Subject Terms:
- Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674. History of the Rebellion and civil wars in England begun in the year 1641 -- Illustrations.Collectors and collecting -- England -- History -- 18th century.Collectors and collecting -- England -- History -- 19th century.Granger, James, 1723-1776. Biographical history of England -- Illustrations.Illustrated books -- Extra-illustrated.Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798 -- Illustrations.Portrait prints -- Private collections -- England.Prints -- Private collections -- England.Sutherland, Alexander Hendras -- Art collections.Sutherland, Charlotte Hussey -- Art collections.
- The long and short history of extra-illustration : an introduction
- Part I. Getting your heads in order : engraved portrait collecting and the origins of extra-illustration
- 'Of collectors of English portrait prints'
- Genteel authorship, the community of the antiquarian text and the invention of extra-illustration
- Portraiture, order and meaning
- John, Lord Mountstuart and the ends of the Bull Granger
- Part II. From domestic retirement to a commercial marketplace : amateurs, antiquaries and entrepreneurs
- Retirement, rural quiet, friendship, books : amateurism and its trophies
- Charting the craze : Anthony Storer and Richard Bull
- The Strawberry Hill Press and the rituals of bibliographic exchange
- Antiquarian topography or armchair tourism : Thomas Pennant's 'Labors'
- Popularizing Pennant's London : how the art world sold extra-illustration
- Part III. The Sutherland Clarendon : gender, the print market and national heritage
- Buried under its own grandeur : understanding the Sutherland Clarendon
- The cut and thrust of the print market in the early nineteenth century
- Women, widowhood and collecting : Charlotte Sutherland's inheritance
- Monumentalizing the Sutherland Clarendon : between rhetoric and content, 1820-1839
- The female connoisseur and the private catalogue
- A 'national work' completed : the Sutherland Clarendon and cultural heritage.