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Smith, John, fl. 1673–1680

The art of painting in oyl. Wherein is included each particular circumstance relating to the best and most approved rules for preparing, mixing, and working of oyl colours. The whole treatise being so full ... that all persons ... may be able by these directions, to paint in oyl-colours all manner of timberwork ... In which is also laid down, all the several circumstances required in painting of sun-dials, printed pictures, shash-windows, etc. in oily-colours.

The 4th impression with some alterations, and many matters added, which are not to be found in the three former editions. To which is now added, the whole art and mystery of colouring maps, and other prints, with water colours. By John Smith, C.M. ...
London, S. Crouch, 1705.
Physical Description:
4 p., 108 p. 16 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
TT305.A2 S6 1705
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
First published in 1676 under title: The art of painting.
Publisher's advertisements: [1] leaf (of intendeded 2?) at end.
English short title catalogue, T98430
Subject Terms:
Crouch, Samuel -- Publisher.
Painting, Industrial.

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