List of illustrations
in European Gothic

List of illustrations

1‘The Wicker Man’: a visualization of Caesar’s ‘wicker man’, illustration from P.B. Ellis The Druids, London, Constable (1994) page 64
2Procesión de Disciplinantes (A Procession of Flagellants) by Francisco de Goya (1812)       166
3Vuelo de Brujas by Francisco de Goya (1798)       168
4La Romeríade San Isidro by Francisco de Goya (1820-22)    180-1
5‘The physician and the youth’ panel from the Danse Macabre sequence in the Cloister of the Innocents in Paris (1485); from A.S. Warthin, The Physician of the Dance of Death: A Historical Study of the Evolution of the Dance of Death Mythus in Art, New York, Arno (1977 [1931])       209
6The Masked Ball scene in Universal’s silent film The Phantom of the Opera (1925) from R. Julian (dir.), The Phantom of the Opera with Lon Chaney, producer C. Laemmle, screenplay E.J. Clawson and E. Sedgwick, Universal, VideoYesteryear #871, New York, Video Images (1982 [1925]). Courtesy of Universal Studios Publishing Rights, a Division of Universal Studios Licensing, Inc. Copyright 2002 by Universal Studios. All rights reserved. Also courtesy of Ron Chaney. Lon Chaney™ likeness as the Phantom of the Opera is a trademark and copyright of Chaney Entertainment, Inc. Copyright 2002. All rights reserved       210
7Illustrations from Coombs’s Popular Phrenology (1865); from L. Levine, Highbrow/Lowbrow: The Emergence of Cultural Hierarchy in America, Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press (1988)       212
8Appalled by the Heritage by Honoré Daumier (1871) from the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, bequest of Edwin T. Bechtel. From G. Gullickson, Unruly Women of Paris: Images of the Commune, New York, Cornell University Press (1996). Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York       220
9‘The Consequences of Masturbation’ in R.L. Rozier’s Des habitudes secrets (1822), from G.L. Mosse, Nationalism and Sexuality: Middle-Class Morality and Sexual Norms in Modem Europe, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press(1985)       222
10‘Au clair de la lune’ illustration by George du Maurier for his novel Trilby, from G. du Maurier, Trilby: A Novel, with the Author’s Illustrations, London, Dent (1931[1894])       223
11‘The Sponge’: an 1899 ink drawing by French cartoonist H.G. Ibels, from E. Zola, The Dreyfus Affair: ‘J’accuse’andOther Writings, ed. Alain Pages, trans. Eleanor Lavieux, New Haven, Yale University Press (1996). Courtesy of RogerViollet/Getty Images       224
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European Gothic

A spirited exchange 1760-1960

Editor: Avril Horner


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