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Call number Item
N Fine Arts (Go to start of category)
NC Drawing, Design, Illustration (Go to start of category)
NC590 .L4 [Info] Drawing Made Easy: A Book That Can Teach You How to Draw (Chicago: Hall and McCreary Co., 1923), by Charles Lederer (page images at HathiTrust)
NC615 .S3 [Info] How Children Learn to Draw (Boston et al.: Ginn and Co., 1916), by Walter Sargent and Elizabeth Miller Lobingier (page images at HathiTrust)
NC703 .H3 [Info] The Natural Principles and Analogy of the Harmony of Form (London: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1842), by D. R. Hay (multiple formats at archive.org)
NC710 .C52 [Info] The American Drawing-Book: A Manual for the Amateur, and Basis of Study for the Professional Artist (New York: A. S. Barnes and Co., c1870), by John Gadsby Chapman (page images at Wisconsin)
NC710 .C8 [Info] Line and Form (London: G. Bell and Sons, 1914), by Walter Crane (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, and page images)
NC710 .D72 2016 [Info] Drawing Futures: Speculations in Contemporary Drawing for Art and Architecture (London: UCL Press, 2016), ed. by Laura Allen and Luke Pearson
NC710 .R8 1876 [Info] The Elements of Drawing, in Three Letters to Beginners (New York: J. Wiley and Sons, 1876), by John Ruskin (page images at HathiTrust)
NC720 .H4 [Info] Sehen und Zeichnen: Vortrag Gehalten auf dem Rathause zu Zürich, 1. Februar 1894 (in German; Basel: B. Schwabe, 1894), by Albert Heim
NC730 .B6 1652 [Info] A Book of Drawing, Limning, Washing or Colouring of Maps and Prints (London; M. Simmons, 1652), by Thomas Jenner (PDF at shipbrook.net)
NC745 .A2 P3 1509 [Info] Divina Proportione: Opera a Tutti Glingegni Perspicaci e Curiosi Necessaria oue Ciascun Studioso di Philosophia; Prospettiua Pictura Sculptura; Architectura; Musica; e Altre Mathematice; Suavissima; Sotile; e Admirabile Doctrina Consequira; e Delecterassi, Co Varie Questione de Secretissima Scientia (in Italian; Venice: A. Paganius Paganinus characteribus elegantissimis accuratissime imprimebat, 1509), by Luca Pacioli, contrib. by Antonio Capella, illust. by Leonardo da Vinci
NC749 .A2 I8 [Info] On the Rationalization of Sight; With an Examination of Three Renaissance Texts on Perspective (papers #8; New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1938), by William Mills Ivins (page images and PDF with commentary at Metropolitan Museum of Art and Google)
NC749 .A48 1719 [Info] New Principles of Linear Perspective: or, The Art of Designing on a Plane the Representation of All Sorts of Objects, in a More General and Simple Method Than Has Been Done Before (London: R. Knaplock, 1719) (page images in Germany)
NC749 .A48 1749 [Info] New Principles of Linear Perspective: or, The Art of Designing on a Plane the Representation of All Sorts of Objects, in a More General and Simple Method Than Has Been Done Before (third edition; London: J. Ward, 1749), by Brook Taylor and John Colson (multiple formats at Google)
NC749 .D4 [Info] Maniere Universelle de Mr Desargues, Pour Pratiquer la Perspective par Petit-Pied, Comme le Geometral (in French; Paris: Pierre Des-Hayes, 1648), by Gérard Desargues and Abraham Bosse (page images in Germany)
NC749 .D84 [Info] La Perspective Pratique (second edition, 3 volumes in French; Paris: A. Dezallier, 1679), by Jean Dubreuil
NC749 .D9 1743 [Info] The Practice of Perspective: or, An Easy Method of Representing Natural Objects According to the Rules of Art (third edition; London: Printed for T. Bowles and J. Bowles, 1743), by Jean Dubreuil, trans. by Ephraim Chambers
NC749 .D9 1765 [Info] The Practice of Perspective: or, An Easy Method of Representing Natural Objects According to the Rules of Art (fourth edition; includes Hodgson's "Theory of Perspective"; London: Printed for J. and C. Bowles, 1765), by Jean Dubreuil, trans. by Ephraim Chambers, contrib. by James Hodgson
NC749 .P7 [Info] Rules and Examples of Perspective Proper for Painters and Architects, etc , in English and Latin (London: J. Sturt, 1707), by Andrea Pozzo, trans. by John James, illust. by John Sturt (page images at E-Rara)
NC749 .P72 [Info] Perspectiva Pictorum et Architectorum (2 volumes, in Latin, published 1692-1700), by Andrea Pozzo, illust. by Vincenzo Mariotti
NC749 .T3 1719 [Info] Linear Perspective; New Principles of Linear Perspective (2 books published in 1715 and 1719, bound together; some figures and first 16 pages of "Linear Perpective" main text bound out of order), by Brook Taylor (page images at Sapienza Digital Library)
NC750 .S8 [Info] The Theory and Practice of Perspective, by G. A. Storey (PDF at djm.cc)
NC750 .T3 1835 [Info] Dr. Brook Taylor's Principles of Linear Perspective: or, The Art of Designing Upon a Plane the Representation of All Sorts of Objects, As They Appear to the Eye (new edition; London: M. Taylor, 1835), by Brook Taylor, ed. by Joseph Jopling
NC760 .D93 [Info] Duval's Artistic Anatomy: Completely Revised, With Additional Original Illustrations (New York and London: Funk and Wagnalls Co., ca. 1905), by Mathias Duval and Andrew Melville Paterson (multiple formats at archive.org)
NC760 .M6 1939 [Info] Artistic Anatomy (revised and enlarged edition; Los Angeles: Borden Pub. Co., c1939), by Walter Farrington Moses, contrib. by Monte Salvin (page images at HathiTrust)
NC760 .W3 [Info] Artistic Anatomy of the Human Figure (16th edition; London: Winsor and Newton, ca. 1853), by Henry Warren

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