Special Issue 50:1-2
Technologies of Emotion

Guest Editor: Laura Mandell
Supplementary Images

 

Illustrations for Gerald Egan, "Radical Moral Authority and Desire:
The Image of the Male Romantic Poet in Frontispiece Portraits of Byron and Shelley"

Images 1-4 appear in the printed edition of the journal

 

5. Milton at 21 by George Vertue, 1731.   Frontispiece to Milton's Paradise Lost, 1732.  

 

6. Milton at 62 by George Vertue, 1731.   Frontispiece to Milton's Paradise Lost, 1732.  

 

7. John Dryden by George Vertue. Frontispiece to The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq., 1735.


8.
Mr. Pope by George Vertue after Charles Jervas, 1715.  Frontispiece to Pope's Works, 1717.  


9.
Alexander Pope by Thomas Major after Nicholas Blakey, ca. 1750.  Frontispiece to Pope's Works, 1751.  

 

10. Mrs. Robinson by T. Burke after Reynolds. Frontispiece to Robinson's Poems, 1791.  Image courtesy of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

 

11. Mrs Charlotte Smith by Pierre Conde after George Romney, 1797.  Frontispiece to Smith's Elegiac Sonnets, 1797.  Image courtesy of the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens



12.
Portrait of a Nobleman by Thomas Phillips, 1814.  Image courtesy of Nottingham City Museums and Galleries (Newstead Abbey).

  George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron by Henry Meyer after George Henry Harlow, 1816. © National Portrait Gallery, London.

13. George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron by Henry Meyer after George Henry Harlow, 1816.  © National Portrait Gallery, London.

14. Cadiz by William Finden after George Sanders, 1832. Title page to Byron's Works, 1832.


15.
Percy Bysshe Shelley by Edward Ellerker Williams, 1821–22.  Image Courtesy of Pierpont Morgan Library, New York.



16.
Sir Walter Scott, engraved by Abraham Raimbach after Sir Henry Raeburn, 1811.   Image courtesy of Walter Scott Digital Archive.

 

17. Sir Walter Scott, drawn and etched by William Nicholson, 1818.  Image courtesy of Walter Scott Digital Archive.

 

18. Sir Walter Scott, photogravure of the 1818 portrait by Andrew Geddes.  Image courtesy of Walter Scott Digital Archive.

 

19. Sir Walter Scott, photogravure of the 1823 portrait by Sir Henry Raeburn.  Image courtesy of Walter Scott Digital Archive.

 

20. Sir Walter Scott, engraved by William Thomas Fry after Thomas Phillips, 1820.   Image courtesy of Walter Scott Digital Archive.