An essay on design :
including proposals for erecting a public academy to be supported by voluntary subscription (till a royal foundation can be obtain'd) for educating the British youth in drawing, and the several arts depending thereon.
|Main Author:||Gwynn, John, 1713-1786.|
|Related Names:||Payne, M. , bookseller., Harding, Samuel fl. ca. 1726-1755, bookseller., Brindley, John -1758, bookseller., Bonneau, Jacob -1786., Rooker, Edward -1774., Grignion, Charles 1721-1810., Wale, Samuel -1786.|
London, printed : And sold by Ino. Brindley, bookseller to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales in New Bond Street, S. Harding on ye. pavemt. in St. Martin's Lane & M. Payne at the White Hart in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLXIX 
> Study and teaching.
Etchings > England > 18th century.
Signatures: A-M⁴ N².
Etched frontispiece by C. Grignion after S. Wale. Engraved t.p. Etched head-piece after Wale with arms of Duke of Rutland, to whom work is dedicated (A1r). Etched head-piece (buildings) by E. Rooker after Gwynn (B1r). Decorative etched tail-piece on last p. by Jo. Bonneau after Wale.
Introd. signed J. Gwyn.
, vi, 92 p. :
22 cm. (8vo in 4s)
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