Practical perspective, or, Perspective made easie teaching [brace] by the opticks, how to delineate all bodies, buildings, or landskips, &c., by the catoptricks, how to delineate confused appearences, so as when seen in a mirror or pollisht body of any intended shape, the reflection shall shew a designe, by the dioptircks [sic], how to draw parts of many figures into one, when seen through a glass or christal cut into many faces : usefull for all painters, engravers, architects, &c., and all others that are any waies inclined to speculatory ingenuity /
|Main Author:||Moxon, Joseph, 1627-1691.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed by Joseph Moxon, and sold at his shop ...,
Early English books online.
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