A treatise of perspective;
or, the art of representing all manner of objects, as they appear to the eye in all situations.
Containing the elements of designing and painting. Illustrated with above 50 figures in copper. Written originally in French, by Bernard Lamy, and faithfully translated into English, by an officer of His Majesties Ordnance.
|Main Author:||Lamy, Bernard, 1640-1715.|
|Language(s):||English ; French|
London, Printed and sold by most booksellers, 1702.
Early works to 1800.
Translation of Traité de perspective.
Translator's dedication signed: A. F. [i.e. A. Forbes]. Cf. Brit. Mus. cat., 1966-70, v. 14.
, 174 p.
illus., 31 plates.
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