APA Citation

Smith, J. (1753). The art of painting in oil: Wherein is included each particular circumstance relating to that art and mystery: containing the best and most approved rules for preparing, mixing, and working of oil colours. ... The sixth edition, with some alterations, ... By John Smith, .. London: printed for Dan. Browne; and C. Hitch and L. Hawes.

Chicago Style Citation

Smith, John. The Art of Painting in Oil: Wherein Is Included Each Particular Circumstance Relating to That Art and Mystery: Containing the Best and Most Approved Rules for Preparing, Mixing, and Working of Oil Colours. ... The Sixth Edition, With Some Alterations, ... By John Smith, .. London: printed for Dan. Browne; and C. Hitch and L. Hawes, 1753.

MLA Citation

Smith, John. The Art of Painting in Oil: Wherein Is Included Each Particular Circumstance Relating to That Art and Mystery: Containing the Best and Most Approved Rules for Preparing, Mixing, and Working of Oil Colours. ... The Sixth Edition, With Some Alterations, ... By John Smith, .. London: printed for Dan. Browne; and C. Hitch and L. Hawes, 1753.

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