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The Art of drawing in perspective Wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon geometrical principles ; and a mechanical method of perspective and designing invented, for the benefit of such as are strangers to mathematics. Illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and drawing in crayons ; with directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon wood, or any metal, so as to imitate China ; with instructions for making black or gilt Japan ware, both beautiful and light ; and for making the hardest and most transparent varnishes. And, to which is added, a method of casting amber in any form whatever

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  • "The Art of drawing in perspective Wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon geometrical principles ; and a mechanical method of perspective and designing invented, for the benefit of such as are strangers to mathematics. Illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and drawing in crayons ; with directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon wood, or any metal, so as to imitate China ; with instructions for making black or gilt Japan ware, both beautiful and light ; and for making the hardest and most transparent varnishes. And, to which is added, a method of casting amber in any form whatever"@en
  • "The Art of drawing in perspective Wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon geometrical principles; and a mechanical method of perspective and designing invented, for the benefit of such as are strangers to mathematics. Illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and drawing in crayons; with directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon wood, or any metal, so as to imitate China; with instructions for making black or gilt Japan ware, both beautiful and light; and for making the hardest and most transparent varnishes. And, to which is added, a method of casting amber in any form whatever"
  • "The art of drawing in perspective wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon Geometrical Principles; and a Mechanical Method of Perspective and Designing invented, for the Benefit of such as are Strangers to Mathematics. Illustrated with Variety of Copper. Plate Figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and drawing in crayons; with Directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: Also the Art of Etching, and that of Japanning upon Wood, or any Metal, so as to imitate China; with Instructions for making Black or Gilt Japan-Ware, both beautiful and light; and for making the hardest and most transparent Varnishes; and, to which is added, a method of casting amber in any form whatever"
  • "The art of drawing in perspective wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon Geometrical Principles ; and a Mechanical Method of Perspective and Designing invented, for the Benefit of such as are Strangers to Mathematics. Illustrated with Variety of Copper. Plate Figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and drawing in crayons ; with Directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: Also the Art of Etching, and that of Japanning upon Wood, or any Metal, so as to imitate China ; with Instructions for making Black or Gilt Japan-Ware, both beautiful and light ; and for making the hardest and most transparent Varnishes ; and, to which is added, a method of casting amber in any form whatever"@en
  • "The art of drawing in perspective: wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon Geometrical Principles; and a Mechanical Method of Perspective and Designing invented, for the Benefit of such as are Strangers to Mathematics. Illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and Drawing in Crayons; with Directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon Wood, or any Metal, so as to imitate China; with Instructions for making Black or Gilt Japan-Ware, both beautiful and light; and for making the hardest and most transparent Varnishes; and, To which is added, A Method of casting Amber in any Form whatever"@en
  • "The art of drawing in perspective: wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon Geometrical Principles; and a Mechanical Method of Perspective and Designing invented, for the Benefit of such as are Strangers to Mathematics. Illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and Drawing in Crayons; with Directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon Wood, or any Metal, so as to imitate China; with Instructions for making Black or Gilt Japan-Ware, both beautiful and light; and for making the hardest and most transparent Varnishes; and, To which is added, A Method of casting Amber in any Form whatever"
  • "The art of drawing in perspective : wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon geometrical principles; and a mechanical method of perspective and designing invented, for the benefit of such as are strangers to mathematics : illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures : to which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and drawing in crayons, with directions for making them after the French and Italian manner : also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon wood, or any metal, so as to imitate China, with instructions for making black or gilt Japan ware, both beautiful and light, and for making the hardest and most transparent varnishes : and, to which is added, a method of casting amber in any form whatever"@en
  • "The art of drawing in perspective: wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon Geometrical Principles; and a Mechanical Method of Perspective and Designing invented, for the Benefit of such as are Strangers to Mathematics. Illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and Drawing in Crayons; with Directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon Wood, or any Metal, so as to imitate China; with Instructions for making Black or Gilt Japan ware, both beautiful and light; and for making the hardest and most transparent Varnishes; and, To which is added, A Method of casting Amber in any Form whatever"
  • "The art of drawing in perspective: wherein the doctrine of perspective is clearly and concisely treated of, upon Geometrical Principles; and a Mechanical Method of Perspective and Designing invented, for the Benefit of such as are Strangers to Mathematics. Illustrated with variety of copper-plate figures. To which are annexed, the art of painting upon glass, and Drawing in Crayons; with Directions for making them after the French and Italian manner: also the art of etching, and that of Japanning upon Wood, or any Metal, so as to imitate China; with Instructions for making Black or Gilt Japan ware, both beautiful and light; and for making the hardest and most transparent Varnishes; and, To which is added, A Method of casting Amber in any Form whatever"@en