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Barnard's Theory and Practice of Water Colour  

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The Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water-Colours

Barnard, George


Hamilton, Adams, and Co.



286 pp. Illustrated with 29 of 30 tinted or colored lithographs. 27x19.5 cm. Green cloth decoratively stamped in gilt and blind. All edges gilt. New and Enlarged Edition.

Designs, color diagrams, woodcuts and chromolithographs illustrating this classic treatise on watercolour, using the Leighton brothers' chromatic process.

Lot Amendments

Some wear and soiling to covers with light fraying to edges; endpapers renewed, internal toning and foxing, missing plate facing page 12, as well as page 13/14.

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