The Theory of Colouring. J.Bacon.1872.
The Theory of Colouring; being an Analysis of the Principles of Contrast and Harmony in the Arrangement of Colours with Their Application to the Study of Nature and Hints on the Composition of Pictures Etc. \nBacon, J. Professor of drawing and painting. \nEdition: 3rd enlarged \nPrinted in London by Geo.Rowney & Co. \nBook condition: Good \n1872 3rd edition revised and enlarged. \n58 pages,6 colour plates. 20 page catalogue of Rowney Artists' Materials at the back. \nBlind stamped blue cloth with gilt titles to front cover, yellow endpapers. \nGilt edges. \nSlight page margins and marks to covers, inscribed on the ffep M.J. Miller. \nHardcover. Good/No Jacket. \n12mo - 18.cm \nRare copy . \nPerfect gift for artist.