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The Popular Imagery Collection

An Inventory of the Collection at the Harry Ransom Center

Title: Popular Imagery Collection
Dates: circa 14th–19th centuries (bulk 16th–18th centuries)
Extent: 22 boxes, 3 flat file drawers, 2 rolled prints, 1 large folder (826 items)
Abstract: The Popular Imagery collection comprises 822 European prints, paintings, and drawings, most of which date from the 16th through 18th centuries.
Language: Almost half of the works have German titles and/or text; other predominant languages are French, Latin, Dutch, and Italian. There are a few works with English or Spanish text.
Access:

Open for research. A minimum of twenty-four hours is required to pull art materials to the Reading Room.




Acquisition:

Purchase (R1775, R1776, R1777) 1963

Processed by:

Helen Young, 2004

Repository:

The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center


Due to size, this inventory has been divided into three separate units which can be accessed by clicking on the highlighted text below:

Popular Imagery Collection--Items 1-299 [Part I]

Popular Imagery Collection--Items 300-499 [Part II] [This page]

Popular Imagery Collection--Items 500-558 and Creator and Subject Indexes [Part III]