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"The Principles and Practice of Sketching Landscape Scenery from Nature, systematically arranged, and illustrated by numerous examples, from simple and easy subjects, to the more complicated and difficult combinations of objects." (London: J. G. Wood) 1813; a drawing-book containing: a title-page; an introduction; a commentary text plate by plate, divided in 4 parts; an index; 64 plates designed by J. G. Wood showing diagrams of perspective, landscapes with various buildings, studies of trees, views of interiors and other designs; plate 2 of part 4 presenting 8 overlapped small views divided in 2 groups and kept loose so to be interchangeable. Bound in cloth-covered boards.
Lithograph and etching
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Height: 260 millimetres (approx. sheet size)
Width: 365 millimetres (approx. sheet size)
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- Cataloguing supported by the Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust.
- Not on display
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Associated Title: The Principles and Practice of Sketching Landscape Scenery from Nature
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