Linear perspective: or, A new method of representing justly all manner of objects as they appear to the eye in all situations. A work necessary for painters, architects, &c. to judge of, and regulate designs by. By Brook Taylor.
- London, Printed for R. Knaplock, 1715.
- Physical Description:
- 2 p.., 42 p. 18 plates. 20 cm.
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- BAC : Advertisements:  p. following p. 42.
Head-pieces, tail-piece, initials.
- Subject Terms:
- Perspective -- Early works to 1800.
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Taylor, Brook, 1685-1731, Linear perspective: or, A new method of representing justly all manner of objects as they appear to the eye in all situations, 1715
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