Strategies for Showing: Women, Possession, and Representation in English Visual Culture, 1665-1800

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1 Sir Joshua Reynolds, Three Ladies Adorning a Term of Hymen, Tate Gallery, London62
2 J. Bacon, design for Hymen candlesticks, Coade's Lithodipyra or Artificial Stone Manufactory, 1777-866
3 Sacrifice to Priapus, from E. Colonna, Hypnertomachia Poliphili, Venice, 149968
4 Peter Paul Rubens (and Bruegel), Nature Adorned by the Graces, Glasgow Museums: Art Gallery & Museum, Kelvingrove68
5 Richard Cosway, A Group of Connoisseurs, Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museums, Burnley Borough Council73
6 P. H. d'Hancarville, Recueil d'antiquités étrusques, grèques, et romains, Paris, 1766-7, ii, Pl. 9775
7 Sand Bartoli, Admiranda Romanorum antiquitatum, Rome, 1693, iii, tab. 57, Pl. 7575
8 B. de Montfaucon, L'Antiqué cxpliquée, et représentée en figures, Paris, 1719, ii, part I, pl. 176
9 B. de Montfaucon, L'Antiquité expliquée, et représentée figures, Paris, 1719, i, part II, pl. clxxxi76
10 Dorothy Richardson, Hack Fall near Ripon, pen, ink, and wash, Ryl. Eng. MS 1122 (between fos. 214-15), John Rylands University Library of Manchester92
11 Dorothy Richardson, Richmond Friary, watercolour, Ryl. Eng. MS 1125 (between fos. 184-5), John Rylands University Library of Manchester93
12 J. C. Bentley after C. Cousen, Bierlcy Hall, from J. James, The History and Topography of Bradford, London, 184195
13 Dorothy Richardson, The Bit of a British Bridle Found at Silbury Hill, pen, ink, and wash, Ryl. Eng. MS 1123 (between fos. 229-30), John Rylands University Library of Manchester99
14 Dorothy Richardson, Plan of Bridlington Quay, pen and ink, Ryl. Eng. MS 1126, fo. 59, John Rylands University Library of Manchester112
15 Dorothy Richardson, Mr Yorke's Folly at Bewerley, pen, ink, and wash, Ryl. Eng. MS 1125, fo. 106, John Rylands University Library of Manchester116
16 Dorothy Richardson, Danesfield, pen, ink, and wash, Ryl. Eng. MS 1125, fo. 155, John Rylands University Library of Manchester117

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