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Illustration explaining how to draw the perspective of a building

RIBA18826
NOTES: William Halfpenny. Perspective made easy (London, 1754), pl. 11

Illustration explaining how to draw the perspective of a round table and chairs

RIBA18827
NOTES: William Halfpenny. Perspective made easy (London, 1754), pl. 13

Illustration explaining how to draw a spiral staircase

RIBA18831
Guarini, Guarino (1624-1683)
SOURCE: Guarino Guarini. Architettura civile (Turin, 1737), plates vol., pl. 26

Examples of perspective delineation

RIBA18974
SOURCE: James Malton. The young painter's maulstick (London, 1800), pl. XII

Illustration explaining how to draw the perspective of an L-shaped building with a tower

RIBA18975
SOURCE: James Malton. The young painter's maulstick (London, 1800), pl. 16

Illustration explaining how to draw the perspective of a round building

RIBA18976
SOURCE: James Malton. The young painter's maulstick (London, 1800), pl. XX

Illustration explaining how to draw the perspective of a Doric entablature with an internal and an external angle

RIBA18977
Malton, Thomas (1726-1801)
SOURCE: Thomas Malton. A compleat treatise on perspective, in theory and practice (London, 1779), pl. XVIII

Illustration explaining how to draw the flutes of a Doric column

RIBA19532
SOURCE: Edward Oakley. The magazine of architecture, perspective, & sculpture (London, 1730), pl. IX

Illustration explaining of the basic elements of perspective

RIBA19570
SOURCE: Andrea Pozzo. Perspectiva pictorum et architectorum (Augsburg, 1708-1711), part 1, fig. 1

Two artists using a perspective instrument to draw a statue

RIBA23257
SOURCE: Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola. Le Due regole della prospettiva pratica (Rome, 1583), fig. [86], p. 60

Figure of a man viewing a vertical plane, and another face viewing the same point, with various sight lines marked

RIBA23258
SOURCE: Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola. Le Due regole della prospettiva pratica (Rome, 1583), fig. [125], p. 105

The revolving Temple of Concord erected in Green Park, London

RIBA23333
SOURCE: Richard Brown. Principles of practical perspective (London, 1835), Part 1, frontispiece A [pl. 25] NOTES: The edifice was erected for a firework display during a grand fete for the Allied Sovereigns visiting London for the peace celebrations of 1814.
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