James Malton (1766? - 1803)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Architectural draughtsman, and author. Son of Thomas Malton the elder.
Died: 28 July 1803
The Young Painter's Maulstick; Being A Practical Treatise On Perspective; Containing Rules And Principles For Delineation On Planes, Treated so as to render the Art of Drawing correctly, easy of Attainment even to common Capacities; and entertaining at the same Time, from its Truth and Facility. Founded on the clear mechanical Process of Vignola And Sirigatti; United With The Theoretical Principles Of The Celebrated Dr. Brook Taylor. Addressed To Students In Drawing. By James Malton, Architect And Draftsman. - London :: 1800.
A Picturesque And Descriptive View of the City of Dublin, Displayed In a Series of the most Interesting Scenes taken in the Year 1791 By James Malton With A brief authentic History from the earliest accounts to the Present Time - [London]:: [1792-99]
Richard Morton Paye
Etchings, by & from the most esteem'd English artists - [s.l.]: c.1875]