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Creator:
Fielding, Newton Limbird Smith, 1799-1856.
Title:
What to sketch with, or, Hints on the use of coloured crayons, water colours, oil colours, black and white chalks, black-lead pencil : and the author's new method of preserving the light with composition / by Newton Fielding, formerly teacher of landscape painting in the family of His Late Majesty the King of the French.
Alternate Title(s):
What to sketch with
Hints on the use of coloured crayons, water colours, oil colours, black and white chalks, black-lead pencil
Published/Created:
London : Published by the author, 30, Clifton Road, Abbey Road, St. John's Wood, [1856]
Physical Description:
48 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
ND1500 .H3713 1880
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Printed by Adams and Gee, Middle Street, Cloth Fair, London.
Date of publication from NSTC.
BM (compact edition), v. 9, p. 250, 949
NSTC, 2F5601
Includes "Index of the must useful tints", a hand-colored frontispiece.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound with: Practical manual of painting, by Ernest Hareux. Second edition. (London : G. Rowney And Company, [between 1880 and1895]), and four other titles. The volume is inscribed: Enid Coombes: A present from her father. Also signed in ms below the above inscription: Mary Russell, Kathleen Russell.
Subject Terms:
Adams and Gee -- Printer.
Artists' materials -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Color -- Study and teaching.
Coombes, Enid -- Pres. inscription from her father.
Drawing -- Study and teaching.
Drawing -- Technique.
Drawing books -- Specimens.
Fielding, Newton, 1797-1856 -- Publisher.
Lithography -- Specimens -- 1856.
Russell, Kathleen -- Provenance.
Russell, Mary -- Provenance.
Form/Genre:
Drawing books -- England -- 19th century.
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