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Harding, James Duffield, 1798–1863

Elementary art, or, The use of the lead pencil advocated and explained / by J.D. Harding.

Additional Title(s):

Elementary art

Use of the lead pencil advocated and explained

New edition.
London : Charles Tilt, Fleet Street, 1838.
Physical Description:
iv, 80 p., [28] leaves of plates : ill. ; 39 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
NC710 .H36 1838+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Cover title, stamped in gilt: Harding's elementary art.
Printed by E., B., and G. Clarke, Printers, Silver Street, Falcon Square, London.
British Art Center copy bound in publisher's blind- and gilt-tooled brown cloth. Inscribed: From Charlotte Maria Stradbroke to her dear G.? nieces Mary & Ann Lawson, 1845. Has cased with it: Elementary art, or, the use of chalk and lead pencil advocated and explained / J.D. Harding. London : D. Bogue, 1846 (Abbey L 135.82).
Subject Terms:
Clarke, B. -- Printer.
Clarke, E. -- Printer.
Clarke, G., -- Printer.
Drawing -- Study and teaching.
Drawing -- Technique.
Figure drawing.
Landscape drawing.
Lawson, Ann -- Pres. insc. from Charlotte Maria Stradbroke. 1845.
Lawson, Mary -- Pres. insc. from Charlotte Maria Stradbroke. 1845.
Line (Art)
Pencil drawing.
Shades and shadows in art.
Stradbroke, Charlotte Maria -- Pres. insc. to Mary & Ann Lawson. 1845.
Tilt, Charles -- Publisher.
Drawings books.
Lithographs -- 1838.
Manuals (Handbooks) -- Great Britain -- 19th century.

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