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Author: [Smith, Marshall, fl. 1693].
Title: The art of painting according to the theory and practise of the best Italian, French, and Germane masters. Treating of the antiquity of painting. The reputation it always had. The characters of several masters. Proportion. Action and passion. The effects of light. Perspective. Draught. Colouring. Ordonnance. Far more compleat and compendious then hath yet been publisht by any, antient or modern. The second edition. By M.S. gent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The art of painting according to the theory and practise of the best Italian, French, and Germane masters. Treating of the antiquity of painting. The reputation it always had. The characters of several masters. Proportion. Action and passion. The effects of light. Perspective. Draught. Colouring. Ordonnance. Far more compleat and compendious then hath yet been publisht by any, antient or modern. The second edition. By M.S. gent.
[Smith, Marshall, fl. 1693].

London: printed by M.B. for the author, and are to be sold by R. Bently, in Russel-street, Covent-Garden, and J. Hancock, in Castle Ally by the Royal-Exchange. Price 2s. 6d., 1693.
Notes:
M.S. = Marshall Smtih.
The words "the antiquity .. passion." and "The effects .. Ordonnance." are joined with brackets in title.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Painting -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60499.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE QUEEN'S Most Excellent MAJESTY
TO THE Right Honourable The COUNTESS of SOUTHERLAND.
TO THE Honourable Lovers of the Noble Art OF PAINTING: And the Celebrated PROFESSORS of it.
To the READER.
The Author to his Book.
To the most Ingenious and Accomplish'd Gentleman The Author of the following Treatise.
To the much Esteem'd Mr. Smith.
To his highly Valued Freind the Author.
The Author upon the Art of Painting.
ERRATA.
INTRODUCTION.
CAP. I.
CAP. II.
CAP. III.
CAP. IV.
CAP. V.
CAP. VI.
CAP. VII.
CAP. VIII.
chapter 9
CAP. X.
CAP. XI.
CAP. XII.
CAP. XIII.
CAP. XIV.
CAP. XV.
CAP. XVI.
CAP. XVII.
CAP. XVIII.
CAP. XIX.
CAP. XX.
CAP. XXI.
CAP. XXII.
CAP. XXIII.
CAP. XXIV.
CAP. XXV.
CAP. XXVI.
CAP. XXVII.
CAP. XXVIII.
CAP. XXIX.
CAP. XXX.
CAP. XXXI.
By Reason some through the prejudice of Education and yet of good Ingenious Parts, may find some difficulty in Terms of Art, and other Words in this Book, I thought fit (for their Benefit) to subjoyn the Explanation of them.