Burnet, John  
A treatise on painting: in four parts: Consisting of an essay on the education of the eye with reference to painting, ann four parts. Consisting of an essay on the education of the eye with reference to painting, and practid practical hints on composition, chiaroscuro and colour — London, 1837

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TO

SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE,

PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY,

ETC. ETC. ETC.

WHO NOT ONLY IN HIS OWN ADMIRABLE PRODUCTIONS

EXHIBITS THE BEST PRINCIPLES OF ART;

BUT WARMLY AND GENEROUSLY ENCOURAGES THE CULTIVATION OF THEM BY OTHIBJ ]

FOSTERING IN THE MOST LIBERAL MANNER EVERY EFFORT

CALCULATED TO CONTRIBUTE TO SO DESIRABLE AN OBJECT;

(TJ)ie ZUorli

IS DEDICATED, AS A SMALL TRIBUTE OF RESPECT, BY

THE AUTHOR.
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