Unsung heroes: artistic contributors to the early Royal Society
Presenter: Sachiko Kusukawa
Published: March 2013
Age: 14-19 and upwards
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Source/institution: Royal Society
This lecture discusses the contribution of draftsmen, engravers, artistic fellows and others whose graphic skills were indispensable for the meetings and publications of the early Royal Society (1660-1720). While some of the names of those who produced images for the Society will be familiar – Robert Hooke and William Faithorne, for example – the majority remains little known or appreciated.