The Waking Dream
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
The Waking dream: Fantasy and the surreal in graphic art, 1450-1900 (1975) is an art history book by Edward-Lucie Smith. From the grotesque to the whimsical to the apocalyptic, in black-and-white reproduction of remarkable quality: Durer, Hogarth, Goya, Fuseli, Delacroix, and many more.
The Waking Dream was first published in France under the title Quatre siècles de Surréalisme, L'Art fantastique dans la gravure in 1973. The Lucie-Smith contribution to “The Waking Dream” is a seven page introduction and four pages of commentaries, but most of the text is by Aline Jacquiot.