Catalog Record: The picture amateur's handbook and Dictionary of painters; being a guide for visitors to public and private picture galleries and for art students, including an explanation of the various methods of painting; instructions for cleaning, re-lining, and restoring oil paintings; a glossary of terms; an historical sketch of the principal schools of painting; and a dictionary of painters giving the copyists and imitators of each master | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The picture amateur's handbook and Dictionary of painters; being a guide for visitors to public and private picture galleries and for art students, including an explanation of the various methods of painting; instructions for cleaning, re-lining, and restoring oil paintings; a glossary of terms; an historical sketch of the principal schools of painting; and a dictionary of painters giving the copyists and imitators of each master, by Philippe Daryl, B.A. [pseud.]

Main Author: Grousset, Paschal, 1844-1909
Language(s): English
Published: London, Crosby, Lockwood and Co., 1878.
Subjects: Painters > Dictionaries
Painting
Physical Description: vii p., 1 l., 252, [2] p. 19 cm.
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