The Theory of Colouring. An Analysis of the Principles of Contrast and Harmony in the Arrangment of Colours with Their Application to the Study of Nature and Hints on the Composition of Pictures Etc
by Bacon, J
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London: George Rowney & Co, 1866 Stitched binding with hard blue covers. The hinge is split the page after the preface but is still intact. Some minor foxing to end papers with yellowed bleed from frontispiece. Very little foxing to text which is all legible. Presentation inscription on paste down front end paper, otherwise unmarked. Pages edges bright gilt. Blind stamped boards with gilt titles, some bumping to corners and spine ends.
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- The Theory of Colouring. An Analysis of the Principles of Contrast and Harmony in the Arrangment of Colours with Their Application to the Study of Nature and Hints on the Composition of Pictures Etc
- Bacon, J
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- George Rowney & Co
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- Aet Painting Colour Contrast Harmony Composition
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