The Resource Graphice. The use of the pen and pencil. Or, The most excellent art of painting: : in two parts., By William Sanderson, Esq;

Graphice. The use of the pen and pencil. Or, The most excellent art of painting: : in two parts., By William Sanderson, Esq;

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Graphice. The use of the pen and pencil. Or, The most excellent art of painting: : in two parts.
Title
Graphice. The use of the pen and pencil. Or, The most excellent art of painting:
Title remainder
in two parts.
Statement of responsibility
By William Sanderson, Esq;
Title variation
Most excellent art of painting
Creator
Contributor
Author
Bookseller
Engraver
Former owner
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UkLiU
Citation location within source
  • R208648
  • S648
  • E.1077[2]
Citation source
  • ESTC
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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1586?-1676
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Sanderson, William
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • active 1657-1664
  • 1616-1691
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  • Crofts, Robert
  • Faithorne, William
  • Knowsley Hall
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  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Pen drawing
Label
Graphice. The use of the pen and pencil. Or, The most excellent art of painting: : in two parts., By William Sanderson, Esq;
Instantiates
Publication
Note
With additional title-page; and with portraits of the author, Charles I and Mary Ruthven (wife of Van Dyck) engraved by William Faithorne the elder
Dimensions
fo., 27x17 cm
Label
Graphice. The use of the pen and pencil. Or, The most excellent art of painting: : in two parts., By William Sanderson, Esq;
Publication
Note
With additional title-page; and with portraits of the author, Charles I and Mary Ruthven (wife of Van Dyck) engraved by William Faithorne the elder
Dimensions
fo., 27x17 cm

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