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Published by Printed for, and sold by Robert Sayer in London .
Written in English


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Statementneatly engrav"d on one hundred and thirteen copper-plates, from Le Clerc, Le Brun, Berghem, Barlow, Chatelin, and others... to which are annexd proper instructions to youth....
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For the curious young gentlemen and ladies that study and practise the art of drawing, a new and compleat drawing-book; Being the close study, of the late Mr. Lens, In sixty-two copper-plates, engraved by himself. Aucune catégorie; Telechargé par Luis Pablo Núñez Ancient History - Dicc Inglés. SAYER, Robert. The Compleat Drawing-Book: containing many and curious specimens, under the following heads; 1. Select parts of the human body. 2. Heads, with the various passions of the soul. 3. Academy and groups of figures. 4. Beasts and birds of various kinds. 5. Landscapes, Shipping, and Flowers. With out-lines to each plate. Made. Sheraton illustrated a related design in the Drawing-Book and commented on the use of straight lines in ornament: “Some continuance of a right [straight] line is beautiful; but it ought quickly to be broken in compositions, whether perpendicular or horizontal.” A remarkably similar, delicate composition appears as a panel ornament in.

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