Illustration Index VI: 1982-1986

Illustration Index VI: 1982-1986

By: Marsha C. Appel (author)Paperback

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Now in paper. This is a comprehensive guide to the many thousands of photographs, paintings, drawings and diagrams appearing in top periodicals. The present volume, extending coverage from 1982 through 1986, furnishes a handy reference to hard-to-locate illustrations in National Geographic, American Heritage, Natural History, Ebony, Sports Illustrated, Travel/Holiday, Smithsonian, National Wildlife, and Life magazine. The new work follows the patterns of scope, style, and arrangement set by the compiler in Volume V (1984). Each illustration within each journal article is treated separately to provide thorough subject coverage, and there is an extensive system of cross-references. Several main listings operate as key locators to identify every example of a given subject category to be found alphabetically within the book. Some examples are animals, architectural structures, art forms, fish, flowering plants, peoples, occupations, transportation and weather. There is a major emphasis on historical and socio-cultural phenomena. A typical citation under a subject entry includes an abbreviated journal title; volume number; inclusive pagination; date of publication; identification of type of illustration as painting, drawing or photograph; indication of color or black and white; and size of illustration.

About Author

Marsha Appel is senior staff executive in the Member Information Service of the American Association of Advertising Agencies, and an active member of Special Libraries Association.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780810847125
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 539
  • ID: 9780810847125
  • weight: 712
  • ISBN10: 0810847124

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