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The art of illuminating as practised in Europe from the earliest times : illustrated by borders, initial letters, and alphabets / selected & chromolithographed by W.R. Tymms ; with an essay and instructions by M.D. Wyatt, archt.

Main Author: Tymms, W. R.
Related Names: Wyatt, M. Digby Sir 1820-1877.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Day and Son, 1860.
Subjects: Initials.
Alphabets.
Illumination of books and manuscripts.
Note: "The art of illuminating: what it was,--what it should be,--and how it may be practised. By M. Digby Wyatt, architect": p. 1-96.
Ornamental borders.
Illustrated t.-p. in colors.
Physical Description: 104 p., [99] p. of plates (some col.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
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