The Illustration of the Master: Henry James and the Magazine Revolution

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Index
Titles of works are by Henry James unless otherwise identified. Italic page numbers indicate illustrations.
Abbey, Edwin Austin (Ned), 6; James’s admiration for, 15, 123, 126; James’s commentary on, 136, 143, 147–48, 149; James’s letter to, 129, 130; portrait of, 136; studios of, 140, 142, 144, 146
Adventures of an Illustrator, The (Pennell), 178, 216n3
advertisements: advertisement posters, 14, 55, 62, 77, 79, 82, 219nn31–32; artists and, 60; in Collier’s and other 10-cent periodicals, 60, 61; in Harper’s Monthly, 61, 62; in Leslie’s publications, 63–71, 66, 67, 68, 69, 82; in magazines, 11, 21, 53; readers and, 61, 62–63, 71
“After Holbein” (Wharton), 115
Agnew, Jean-Christophe, 170, 203, 223n3
Alden, Henry Mills, 5, 7, 32
Alma-Tadema, Lawrence, 144
Ambassadors, The (Double Portrait of Jean de Dinteville and Georges de Selve, Holbein), 88, 94, 113, 114, 127
Ambassadors, The (James), 88, 127
Amerbach, Bonifacius, Holbein’s portrait of, 102, 102–3
American Arts Review, 6
“American Illustration of To-Day” (Coffin), 160
“American Letters” (James, in Literature Magazine), 122, 214n13
American Scene, The (James), 127, 210, 224n11
Anderson, Mary, 144
Anesko, Michael, 124, 127
“Art of Fiction, The” (James), 119, 125
Artist’s Wife and Children, The (Holbein), 112, 113
Aspern Papers, The (James), 23, 55, 128, 168, 202, 216n8
“At Isella” (James), 90
Atlantic Monthly, 4, 6, 7, 16, 23, 27, 55, 126–27, 161
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, The (Holmes), Pyle’s illustration for, 59
Awkward Age, The (James), 9, 18, 90, 127
Back of ‘The Priory,’ Broadway (illustration by Parsons, in Picture and Text), 142
Backward Glance, A (Wharton), 193, 203
Bacon, John H, “Brooksmith” illustrations by, 33–37, 35
Bacon, Margaret, Lady Butts, Holbein’s portrait of, 111–12, 112
Bailey, Brigitte, 170
Balzac, Honoré de, 83, 189
Barnard, Frederick, 126, 145

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