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The elements of linear perspective demonstrated by geometrical principles, and applied to the most general and concise modes of practice: with an introduction, containing so much of the elements of geometry as will render the whole rationale of perspective intelligible, without any other previous mathematical knowledge

London: Printed for T. Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, Bookseller to the Royal Academy., 1771.
The elements of linear perspective demonstrated by geometrical principles, and applied to the most general and concise modes of practice: with an introduction, containing so much of the elements of geometry as will render the whole rationale of perspective intelligible, without any other previous mathematical knowledge Library Average
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