Elementary art, or, The use of the chalk and lead pencil advocated and explained / by J.D. Harding.
- Additional Title(s):
Use of the chalk and lead pencil advocated and explained
- Fourth edition.
- London : Day and Son, lithographers to the Queen, 17 Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields; David Bogue, 86 Fleet Street; Messrs. Winsor and Newton, Artists' Colourmen, 38 Rathbone Place; and all printsellers, booksellers, and artists' colourmen in the kingdom, 
- Physical Description:
- vi, , 97,  p., 24 leaves of plates : ill. ; 39 cm.
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- Cover title: Harding's elementary art.
Date of publication from Bridson.
Lithographed by Hullmandel & Walton.
The subjects in plates 2,3, and 4 are after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer and William Powell Frith.
Printed by G. Barclay, Castle Street, Leicester Square.
As well as the plates, there are numerous woodcut illustrations within the text.
Bridson, G. Plant, animal & anatomical illustration, C654
Publishers's advertisements,  p. at end.
BAC: British Art Center copy lopy lacks the  unnumbered pages following preliminary vi p. section and the final advertisement leaf. Bound in blind- and gold-stamped textured brown publisher's cloth.
- Subject Terms:
- Barclay, G. -- Printer.Bogue, David -- Publisher.Day and Son -- Publisher.Drawing -- Study and teaching.Drawing -- Technique.Drawing books -- Specimens.Hullmandel & Walton -- Printer.Pencil drawing.Winsor and Newton -- Publisher.
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