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(p. xi) List of Illustrations

(p. xi) List of Illustrations

  1. Figure 8.1. Painting of a Rajaput nobleman wearing a red robe and turban. Opaque watercolour on paper, early nineteenth century. Victoria and Albert Museum, IS.115–1960. 149

  2. Figure 8.2. Japanese ‘yogi’, a thickly padded sarasa cotton textiles imported into Japan by the Dutch from the seventeenth century. Made in the nineteenth century. Victoria and Albert Museum, FE.1550–1983. 152

  3. Figure 8.3. Baju (Jacket) tailored in Sumatra with cloth from the Coromandel Coast of India. Late eighteenth century. Victoria and Albert Museum, IS. 101–1993. 156

  4. Figure 8.4. Fabric used to line a wide-brimmed straw hat worn by the women of Friesland in the Netherlands. The fabric is a calico from the Coromandel Coast of India, c. 1725–50. Victoria and Albert Museum, IS.23–1976. 158

  5. Figure 8.5. Palampore produced on the Coromandel Coast of India. Second half of the eighteenth century. The unusual design with two trees suggests that it might have been made for the French market. Victoria and Albert Museum, IM.85–1937. 160

  6. Figure 8.6. Annual Consumption of Fibre per Capita in Britain, 1798–1861 (in Kilograms). 165

  7. Figure 12.1. Canaletto, Piazza San Giacomo in Rialto, c.1740–60. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa. 230

  8. Figure 12.2. Herb market in Amsterdam (oil on canvas), Gabriel Metsu (1629–67), Musée du Louvre, Paris. © Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library. 234

  9. Figure 12.3. Abraham Bosse, La Galerie du Palais, British Museum. © The Trustees of the British Museum. 236

  10. Figure 12.4. After Pieter van der Borcht, ‘A Pedlar Robbed by Apes’, c.1660, published by Robert Pricke. © The Trustees of the British Museum. 239

  11. Figure 12.5. Ambrogio Brambilla, ‘Ritrato de quelli che vano vendendo et lavorando per Roma con la nova agionta de tutti quelli che nelle altre mancavano sin al presente’, Rome 1582, (p. xii) etching with some engraving. © The Trustees of the British Museum. 241

  12. Figure 12.6. Detail of Ambrogio Brambilla, ‘Ritrato de quelli che vano vendendo et lavorando per Roma con la nova agionta de tutti quelli che nelle altre mancavano sin al presente’, Rome 1582, etching with some engraving. © The Trustees of the British Museum. 242

  13. Figure 12.7. Benedetto Ceruti, Musaeum Francesco Calceolarii, Verona, 1622. © The British Library, London. 244

  14. Figure 34.1. Percentage shares of consumer expenditure in the UK and USA. 655

  15. Figure 34.2. Life expectancy at birth, 1980 (173 countries), and 2000 (191 countries). 659