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L'ecole de la mignature : dans laquelle on peut aisément apprendre à peindre sans maitre, ainsi que les secrets de faire les plus belles couleurs, l'or brunni et l'or en coquille ... / recueil fait par M. Pil & autres.

Main Author: Boutet, Claude.
Other Authors: Moris, Jean. , Piles, Roger de, 1635-1709.
Language(s): French
Published: A Bruxelles : Chez J. Moris, imprimeur & libraire marché aux Trippes à la Bible, 1759.
Edition: Nouvvelle edition, augmentée.
Subjects: Flowers in art > Early works to 1800.
Colors > Early works to 1800.
Painting > Technique > Early works to 1800.
Miniature painting > Technique > Early works to 1800.
Note: Publisher's announcements, lower part of last p.
Signatures: a⁴ A-S⁸ T⁴.
Includes engraved frontispiece, not mentioned in other copies. Woodcut ill., p. 6.
"Avec la methode pour etudier l'art de la peinture tant à fresque, en detrempe, & à l'huile, que sur le verre, en email, mosaïque & damasquinure: l'eclaircissement sur l'utilité des estampes: l'instruction pour la connoissance des tableaux: les sentimens sur la peinture & sur les differens goûts des nations, & un dictionaire des termes les plus usitéz dans l'art."
"M. Pil" is Roger de Piles. See List of editions printed in Belgium in the XVIIIth century (users.skynet.be/biobibdata, consulted 26 July 2007).
Work by Claude Boutet, first published 1672 as Traité de la mignature, with additions. See Barbier.
Physical Description: [2], vi, 283, [13] p. : ill. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
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