Or, The Whole-
BODY of ARTS
E. The ARTS of Defigning, Drawing, Painting, Wafhing
Prints, Limning, Japanning, Gilding: Alfo Perfpedlive, the Laws of
Shadows, Dialling, Sec.
II. Carving, Cutting in Wood, Stone ; Moulding and Calling Figures
in Plaifter, Wax, Metal; Engraving, Etching, and Mezzotinto.
III. An historical Account of the moll confiderabie Painters, Sculptors,
Statuaries, and Engravers; with thofe Cyphers or Marks by which
their Works are diftinguifhed.
IV. An Explanation of the Emblematical and Hieroglyph:cal Repre-
fentations of the Heathen Deities, Powers, Human Pallions, Virtues,
Vices, &c. of great Ufe in Hiftory-Painting.
V. The Production, Nature, Refining, Compounding, Tranfmutation
and Ting-ine all Sorts of Metals and Minerals of various Colours.
VI. The Arts of Making, Painting or Staining all Sorts of Giafs
and Marble ; Enamelling; Methods of imitating Precious Stones,
VII. Dying all Sorts of Materials, Linen, Woollen, Silk, Leather,
Wood, Ivory, Horns, Bones; alio Bleaching and Whitening Linen,
VHL The Art of Tapeftry-Weaving, as now performed in Eng-
land, Flanders, and France, either of the high or low Warp; and
many other curious Manufactures.
IX. A Defcription of Colours, Natural and Artificial; their Produ&ions,
Natures or Qualities, various Preparations, Compofitions, and Ufes.
X. The whole Art of Pyrotechny, or Fire-Works; and the Chinele
Method of making Porcelain : Together with a great Variety of
other curious Particulars not here enumerated.
Illuftrated with Fifty-fix Copper-Plates.
The Second Edition, Corrected and Improved.
V O L. II.
L 0 N D O N:
Printed for C. Hitch and L. Hawej, in Pater-nofrer-R.ow ;
J. Hjnton, in Nevveate-Street; and L. Davis and C.Reymers,
againlt GrayVInr., Holborn. M.DCC.LVIII.