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The artist's assistant;, 1807
The artist's assistant; or School of science. Being an introduction to painting in oil, water, and crayons, with biographical accounts of some of the principal artists; the arts of drawing, designing, colouring, and engraving in all its different modes, on copper and wood; of enamelling, gilding on metal, wood, glass, and leather; japanning, dying, casting, &c. With a great variety of miscellaneous information, relative to arts and manufactories ...
- Additional Title(s):
School of science
- London, Printed for Thomas Ostell, by Swinney and Ferrall, Birmingham, 1807.
- Physical Description:
- xvi, 296 p. front., 10 plates (part. fold.) 22 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN7430 A7 1807View by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Full Orbis Record:
- BAC : One plate after C. Le Brun; front. engraved by D.T.
BAC : Earlier editions published under title: The artist's assistant, in the study and practice of mechanical sciences.
ARTBIRR: copy has a sheet laid-in: "To John T. Palin. (of Skirlaugh, near Hull) on his twenty-first birthday. 1877."
- Subject Terms:
- Art -- Technique.Recipes.
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