Aesop in England : the transmission of motifs in seventeenth-century illustrations of Aesop's fables
Charlottesville, University Press of Virginia / Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1979
(23.5 cm), x, 163 (1) pp. 70 illustrations. Publisher’s green cloth (no dust jacket issued). - The author is mainly concerned with the illustrations created by Wenceslaus Hollar and Francis Barlow, and shows the influence of their work on Elisha Kirkall and Bewick, and on emblem makers. ¶ Fine copy.