illustrated book (Scope note)
The term usually refers in the premodern period to Japanese woodblock-printed books, where text and images are created by the same technical process, on the same woodblocks. The term is also used for books in the Western tradition that have a number of pictorial illustrations (not merely a frontispiece or decorative ornaments). See 'book-illustration' for a printed page extracted from an illustrated book; and also 'photobook' and 'artist book'. The additional Object Name 'print' or 'drawing' is added as appropriate.