The art of painting

Publication Date1676
RemainderWherein is included the whole art of vulgar painting, according to the best and most approved rules for preparing, an laying on of oyl colours. The whole treatise being so full, compleat, and so exactly fitted to the meanest capacity, that all person whatsoever may by the directions contained therein be sufficiently able to paint in oyl colours not only sun-dials, but also all manner of timber work, whether posts, pales, pallisadoes, gates, doors, windows, wainscotting, border boards for gardens, or what ever else requires either use, beauty, or preservation from rhe [sic] violence or injury of weather. Composed by John Smith, philomath
Extent[16], 82, [2] p.
Publisherprinted for Samuel Crouch, at the corner shop of Pope's Head Ally, on the right hand next Cornhill



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