|Portion of title
||Art, medicine, and antiquarianism in the age of Empiricism
||Art as "a grace to health" : physic and connoisseurship at the Early Stuart Court -- From the "applying of colors" to "the politer parts of learning" : art and the virtuosi after the Restoration -- "The extream delight" taken "in pictures" : physicians, quackery, and art writing -- "Assuming empirick" and "arrant quack" : antiquarianism and the empirical legacy of Don Quixote -- "Inspiring reciprocal emulation and esteem" : Dr. Richard Mead and Early Georgian virtuosity.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-300) and index.|
|ISBN||9780226315874 (cloth : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0226315878 (cloth : alk. paper)|