Hand-Book of Wood Engraving
by William Andrew Emerson
Publisher: Lee and Shepard Publishers 1881
Number of pages: 111
Practical instruction in the art for persons wishing to learn without an instructor; containing a description of tools and apparatus used and explaining the manner of engraving various classes of work; also, a history of the art from its origin to the present time.
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by William H. Varnum - Scott, Foresman and Company
As a textbook, this is a practical guide for designing in wood, clay, and base and precious metals. It is intended for individual student use in the High Schools, Normal Schools, and Colleges and as a reference book for elementary school teachers.
- Thayer & Chandler
In this work we devote special chapters to the various features of china painting such as lining, mixing of colors, etc., and with this lesson the beginner has a fair start; she will soon learn what the different combinations of colors will produce.
by Michael Owen Jones - Utah State University Press
Jones explores the human impulse to create, the necessity for having aesthetically satisfying experiences, and the craving for tradition. He also considers topics such as making chairs, remodelling houses, preparing and eating food, and more.
by Albert Angus Turbayne - T. C. & E. C. Jack
In laying out this book I have put into it the experience of many years of actual work in the designing of Monograms, Ciphers, Trade-Marks, and other letter devices. I have given the work much thought in order to present the most useful material.