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Title: Drawing
Original Title: Dessein
Volume and Page: Plates vol. 3 (1763)
Author: Unknown
Translator: Ann-Marie Thornton [Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey]; ? [?]
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Source: Russell, Terence M. and Ann-Marie Ashworth. Architecture in the Encyclopédie of Diderot and D'Alembert : the letterpress articles and selected engravings. Scolar Press, 1993. Used with permission.
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Citation (MLA): "Drawing." The Encyclopedia of Diderot & d'Alembert Collaborative Translation Project. Translated by Ann-Marie Thornton and ?. Ann Arbor: Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Library, 2010. Web. [fill in today's date in the form 18 Apr. 2009 and remove square brackets]. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.did2222.0001.436>. Trans. of "Dessein," Encyclopédie ou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers, vol. 3 (plates). Paris, 1763.
Citation (Chicago): "Drawing." The Encyclopedia of Diderot & d'Alembert Collaborative Translation Project. Translated by Ann-Marie Thornton and ?. Ann Arbor: Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Library, 2010. http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.did2222.0001.436 (accessed [fill in today's date in the form April 18, 2009 and remove square brackets]). Originally published as "Dessein," Encyclopédie ou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers, vol. 3 (plates) (Paris, 1763).

Drawing.

Plate I: View of a drawing school - its plan and section.


Plate II: Drawing, Instruments: pencil, quill, compass, brush, etc.


Plate III: Drawing, Description and usage of the pantograph, commonly called [the] Monkey - considerably changed and perfected by Canivet, engineer to the King.


Plate IV: Drawing, Dark Rooms [early forms of camera obscura].


Plate V: Drawing, Dark Rooms [early forms of camera obscura].


Plate VI: Drawing, The mannequin: a figure constructed so as to have the principal exterior movements of the human body.


Plate VII: Drawing, Details of the mannequin's body [composed of articulated joints].


Plate VIII: Drawing, Ovals of heads.


Plate IX: Drawing, [Anatomical studies]: eye, front view; nose, front view.


Plate X: Drawing, [Anatomical studies]: mouth, front view; profile of the mouth; ears, front view.


Plate XI: Drawing, Head profile: in the manner of Raphael.


Plate XII: Drawing, Hands open and closed: after the drawings of M. Ch. Vanloo and M. Natoire.


Plate XIII: Drawing, [Anatomical studies]: legs and feet.


Plate XIV: Drawing, General proportions of a man's body.


Plate XV: Drawing, Academic studies: after designs of M. Cochin and Jean Honoré Fragonard.


Plate XVI: Drawing, Academic studies: after designs of M. Cochin and Jean Honoré Fragonard.


Plate XVII: Drawing, Academic studies: after designs of M. Cochin and Jean Honoré Fragonard.


Plate XVIII: Drawing, Academic studies: after designs of M. Cochin and Jean Honoré Fragonard.


Plate XIX: Drawing, Grouped figures by J. Jouvenet.


Plate XX: Drawing, Woman's figure seen from the front: from the design of M. Cochin.


Plate XXI: Drawing, Woman's figure seen from behind.


Plate XXII: Drawing, Children: group of children seen from the side, front and back - after François Boucher.


Plate XXIII: Drawing, Heads characterizing age.


Plate XXIV: Drawing, Passions.


Passions.

Plate XXV: Drawing, Passions.


Passions.

Plate XXVI: Drawing, Passions.


Plate XXVII: Drawing, Drapery arranged on a model.


Plate XXVIII: Drawing, Grouped figures:


Figure 1. Antique figure representing a Roman with a toga.

Figure 2. Antique figure representing a dressed Roman - Faustina Junior.

Figure 3. Draped figure of the Hire.

Plate XXIX: Drawing, Grouped figures:


Figure 1. Antique figure representing Health.

Figure 2. Antique figure representing Ceres.

Figure 3. Draped head after Poussin.

Figure 4. Draped head after Poussin.

Plate XXX: Drawing, Idea or sketch after pen drawing by Parmesan.


Plate XXXI: Drawing, Study or sketch of the height of a figure from nature by Carrache.


Plate XXXII: Drawing, Landscape after a pen drawing by Titien.


Plate XXXIII: Drawing, Proportions measured on the Farnese Hercules.


Plate XXXIV: Drawing, Proportions of the statue of Antinous.


Plate XXXV: Drawing, Proportions of the Pythian Apollo.


Plate XXXVI: Drawing, Proportions of the statue of Laocoon.


Plate XXXVII: Drawing, Proportions of a Gladiator.


Plate XXXVIII: Drawing, Proportions of the Venus de Medici.