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The portrait of John Milton at Princeton and its place in Milton iconography.

Martin, John Rupert.

Published by Princeton University Library, Princeton, 1961
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The curious history of the so-called "Baker or Bayfordbury portrait" of John Milton, attributed to William Faithorne. John Rupert Martin "conclusively establishes its significance as the archetype of a long sequence of likenesses of Milton, including other drawings, paintings, and no fewer than fifty engravings (front flap)." With 25 illustrations, including one folding color plate of John Milton, at the end. Folio. vi, 34 pp.; illus. Publisher's cloth. Outer margins (1 cm. from the edge) of pp. 28?34 folded over. Dust jacket with short tears at top edge; otherwise, very good. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 6893

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Title: The portrait of John Milton at Princeton and...

Publisher: Princeton University Library, Princeton

Publication Date: 1961

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