A new treatise on flower painting, or, Every lady her own drawing master: containing familiar and easy instructions for acquiring a perfect knowledge of drawing flowers with accuracy and taste: also complete directions for producing the various tints. By George Brookshaw ...
- London, Printed for John Booth, 1816.
- Physical Description:
- 1 p.., 36 p. col. front., plates (part col.) 31 cm.
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- BAC : Plates "published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, & J Lepard."
BAC : "Cornish and Co. printers."
BAC: Microfilm of copy held by the University of Ohio available (Bac,Ref)
A plagiary of G. Brown's book of the same name, first published in 1794.
With the exception of one plate, all plates are in colored and uncolored versions.
- Subject Terms:
- Flowers in art -- Study and teaching.Watercolor painting.
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Brookshaw, George, 1751-1823., A new treatise on flower painting, or,, 1816