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NOBLE, Edward
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 intelligble, without any other previous mathematical knowledge. By Edward Noble.
London: printed for T. Davies, bookseller to the Royal Academy, 1771.
[7], iv--cxvi [i.e. cxv], [1], 298 p., 4, 48 pl. (2 fold.) ; 20.2 cm. (8°)

With a dedication to Sir Joshua Reynolds, who evidently approved of the plan of the work prior to its publication. ESTC t100912.

Binding C18th tree-calf, gilt double-rule spine, black morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 4220


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