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The Resource Academia Italica : the publick school of drawing, or, The gentlemans accomplishment : being the ingenious, pleasant and antient recreation of the noble, and the honour of arts, wherein you have plain examples and directions to guide you to the knowledge, first, of the noble and useful art of drawing, with a discourse of all the external parts of mans body, whereby it plainly appeareth how one part joyneth to another, by which means the judgement is well informed of every parts plyableness, and therefore the knowledge of the anotomy [sic] is of great concernment to this most admirable art : secondly, the manner of washing or colouring maps and prints, with the names of several colours proper for that purpose, and how they may be mixed, and what colours set off best together : as also how you should shadow things to cause them to shew more natural and beautiful : with instructions what you must do to paist [sic] maps or prints smooth on cloth or paper : and likewise what you must do to them to cause them to bear your colours and varnish : with divers rare secrets for making, ordering, and preserving of colours, the which was never fully and really discovered until now, The first [second] part

Academia Italica : the publick school of drawing, or, The gentlemans accomplishment : being the ingenious, pleasant and antient recreation of the noble, and the honour of arts, wherein you have plain examples and directions to guide you to the knowledge, first, of the noble and useful art of drawing, with a discourse of all the external parts of mans body, whereby it plainly appeareth how one part joyneth to another, by which means the judgement is well informed of every parts plyableness, and therefore the knowledge of the anotomy [sic] is of great concernment to this most admirable art : secondly, the manner of washing or colouring maps and prints, with the names of several colours proper for that purpose, and how they may be mixed, and what colours set off best together : as also how you should shadow things to cause them to shew more natural and beautiful : with instructions what you must do to paist [sic] maps or prints smooth on cloth or paper : and likewise what you must do to them to cause them to bear your colours and varnish : with divers rare secrets for making, ordering, and preserving of colours, the which was never fully and really discovered until now, The first [second] part

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Academia Italica : the publick school of drawing, or, The gentlemans accomplishment : being the ingenious, pleasant and antient recreation of the noble, and the honour of arts, wherein you have plain examples and directions to guide you to the knowledge, first, of the noble and useful art of drawing, with a discourse of all the external parts of mans body, whereby it plainly appeareth how one part joyneth to another, by which means the judgement is well informed of every parts plyableness, and therefore the knowledge of the anotomy [sic] is of great concernment to this most admirable art : secondly, the manner of washing or colouring maps and prints, with the names of several colours proper for that purpose, and how they may be mixed, and what colours set off best together : as also how you should shadow things to cause them to shew more natural and beautiful : with instructions what you must do to paist [sic] maps or prints smooth on cloth or paper : and likewise what you must do to them to cause them to bear your colours and varnish : with divers rare secrets for making, ordering, and preserving of colours, the which was never fully and really discovered until now, The first [second] part
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Academia Italica
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the publick school of drawing, or, The gentlemans accomplishment : being the ingenious, pleasant and antient recreation of the noble, and the honour of arts, wherein you have plain examples and directions to guide you to the knowledge, first, of the noble and useful art of drawing, with a discourse of all the external parts of mans body, whereby it plainly appeareth how one part joyneth to another, by which means the judgement is well informed of every parts plyableness, and therefore the knowledge of the anotomy [sic] is of great concernment to this most admirable art : secondly, the manner of washing or colouring maps and prints, with the names of several colours proper for that purpose, and how they may be mixed, and what colours set off best together : as also how you should shadow things to cause them to shew more natural and beautiful : with instructions what you must do to paist [sic] maps or prints smooth on cloth or paper : and likewise what you must do to them to cause them to bear your colours and varnish : with divers rare secrets for making, ordering, and preserving of colours, the which was never fully and really discovered until now
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The first [second] part
Title variation
  • Publick school of drawing
  • Gentlemans accomplishment
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Subject
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
UMI
Citation location within source
A157A
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
  • coats of arms
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1616-1704
  • 1618-1688
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  • R. Q
  • T. P
  • L'Estrange, Roger
  • Walton, Robert
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  • Drawing
  • Drawing
  • Art
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Academia Italica : the publick school of drawing, or, The gentlemans accomplishment : being the ingenious, pleasant and antient recreation of the noble, and the honour of arts, wherein you have plain examples and directions to guide you to the knowledge, first, of the noble and useful art of drawing, with a discourse of all the external parts of mans body, whereby it plainly appeareth how one part joyneth to another, by which means the judgement is well informed of every parts plyableness, and therefore the knowledge of the anotomy [sic] is of great concernment to this most admirable art : secondly, the manner of washing or colouring maps and prints, with the names of several colours proper for that purpose, and how they may be mixed, and what colours set off best together : as also how you should shadow things to cause them to shew more natural and beautiful : with instructions what you must do to paist [sic] maps or prints smooth on cloth or paper : and likewise what you must do to them to cause them to bear your colours and varnish : with divers rare secrets for making, ordering, and preserving of colours, the which was never fully and really discovered until now, The first [second] part
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  • "To the ingenious reader" signed on p. [6]: T.P
  • Signed on p. [4]: R.Q
  • First plate signed: Rob. Walton
  • Date of publication from pt. 2 t.p
  • "Licensed, April 4, 1666, Roger L'Estrange"--P. [6]
  • Each part has separate t.p. and paging
  • Imperfect: cropped with loss of print
  • Irregular pagination
  • Reproduction of original in: Library of Congress
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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black and white
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
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eebo318209482e
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unknown
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2 v.
File format
one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
ill., coat of arms, plates.
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cl0037000131
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Academia Italica : the publick school of drawing, or, The gentlemans accomplishment : being the ingenious, pleasant and antient recreation of the noble, and the honour of arts, wherein you have plain examples and directions to guide you to the knowledge, first, of the noble and useful art of drawing, with a discourse of all the external parts of mans body, whereby it plainly appeareth how one part joyneth to another, by which means the judgement is well informed of every parts plyableness, and therefore the knowledge of the anotomy [sic] is of great concernment to this most admirable art : secondly, the manner of washing or colouring maps and prints, with the names of several colours proper for that purpose, and how they may be mixed, and what colours set off best together : as also how you should shadow things to cause them to shew more natural and beautiful : with instructions what you must do to paist [sic] maps or prints smooth on cloth or paper : and likewise what you must do to them to cause them to bear your colours and varnish : with divers rare secrets for making, ordering, and preserving of colours, the which was never fully and really discovered until now, The first [second] part
Publication
Note
  • "To the ingenious reader" signed on p. [6]: T.P
  • Signed on p. [4]: R.Q
  • First plate signed: Rob. Walton
  • Date of publication from pt. 2 t.p
  • "Licensed, April 4, 1666, Roger L'Estrange"--P. [6]
  • Each part has separate t.p. and paging
  • Imperfect: cropped with loss of print
  • Irregular pagination
  • Reproduction of original in: Library of Congress
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
eebo318209482e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
2 v.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
ill., coat of arms, plates.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000131
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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