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Dictionarium polygraphicum : or, the whole body of arts regularly digested. containing, I. The arts of Designing, Drawing, Painting, Washing Prints, Limning, Japanning, Gilding in all their various kinds. Also Perspective, the Laws of Shadows, Dialling, &c. II. Carving, Cutting in Wood, Stone; Moulding and Casting Figures in Plaister, Wax, Metal; also Engraving, and Etching, and Mezzotinto. III. A brief historical Account of the most considerable Painters, Sculptors, Statuaries, and Engravers, with those Cyphers or Marks by which their Works are known. IV. An Explanation of the Emblematical and Hieroglyphical Representations of the Heathen Deities, Powers, Human Passions, Virtues, Vices, &c. of great Use in History Painting. V. The Production, Nature, Refining, Compounding, Transmutation and Tinging all sorts of Metals and Minerals of various Colours. VI. The Arts of Making, Working, Painting or Staining all sorts of Glass and Marble; also Enamels, the imitation of all sorts of Precious Stones, Pearls, &c. according to the Practice both of the Antients and Moderns. Vii. Dying all sorts of Materials, Linen, Woollen, Silk, Leather, Wood, Ivory, Horns, Bones; also Bleaching and Whitening Linen, Hair, &c. Viii. The Art of Tapestry-Weaving, as now performed in England, Flanders and France, either of the high or low Warp; also many other curious Manufactures. IX. A Description of Colours, Natural and Artificial, as to their Productions, Natures or Qualities, various Preparations, Compositions and Uses. X. The method of making all kinds of Inks, both Natural and Sympathetical; and also many other Cariosities not here to be specified, whereby this is rendred a more Compleat Work than has hitherto appear'd in any language. Adorned with proper sculptures, curiously engraven on more than fifty copper plates. - London: 1735
British painters of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : with eighty examples of their work engraved on wood. - London: [n.d.]
An Essay In Two Parts, On The Necessity and Form Of A Royal Academy For Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. - [Epigraph from Cicero] - London:: 1755. Price Six-pence.
An Essay On Landscape Painting. With Remarks General And Critical, on The Different Schools And Masters, Ancient Or Modern. - - London:: 1782.
Views In London And Its Vicinity, Complete In Forty-Eight Plates, Engraved On Copper, By George Cooke, From Drawings By Callcott, R.A. Stanfield, A.R.A. Prout. Roberts. Stark. Harding. Cotman. Havell. &c. &c. After The Original Sketches Made On The Spot By Edward W. Cooke. - London:: (1834.)
Sir Augustus Wall Callcott's Italian & English Landscapes. Lithographed by T.C. Dibdin. - London,
Notices Of The Life And Works Of Titian. - London:: 1829.
Raccolta Di Lettere Sulla Pittura Scultura Ed Architettura Scritte Da' più celebri Professori che in dette Arti fiorirono dal Secolo XV. al XVII. (Tomo II.) (Tomo III.) - In Roma
A Descriptive Catalogue Of The Portraits In The Collection Of John, Duke Of Bedford, K.G. At Woburn Abbey. [Epigraph] - London:: 
Letters From A Young Painter Abroad To His Friends In England. Adorned with Copper Plates. [Epigraph.] Vol. I. The Second Edition. (Vol. II.) - London:: 
The Life Of Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino: By The Author Of The Life Of Michael Angelo. And The Characters Of The Most Celebrated Painters Of Italy: By Sir Joshua Reynolds. - London:: 
Sketches Of The Lives Of Correggio, And Parmegiano. - London:: 1823.
The Royal Gallery Of British Art. - London:: [ca. 1851?]
An Essay On Design: Including Proposals for Erecting a Public Academy To be Supported by Voluntary Subscriptions (Till a Royal Foundation can be obtain'd) For Educating the British Youth In Drawing, And the several Arts depending thereon . [Epigraph from Horace] - London,: 
Francesco Algarotti count
An Essay On Painting Written In Italian By Count Algarotti F.R.S. F.S.A. - [Epigraph] - - London,: 
The Practice Of Painting Made Easy: In which is contained, The Art Of Painting In Oil, With The Method Of Colouring, Under The Heads Of First Painting, or Dead-colouring; - Second Painting; - Third or Last Painting; - Painting Back-grounds; - On Copying; - Drapery, and Landschape Painting. By T. Bardwell, Painter. - London:: 
Le Ricche Minere Della Pittura Veneziana. Compendiosa informazione Di Marco Boschini Non solo delle Pitture publiche di Venezia: ma dell'Isole ancora circonvicine. Al Serenissimo Prencipe E Regal Collegio Di Venezia. - In Venezia,
A Biographical And Critical Dictionary Of Painters And Engravers, From The Revival Of Art Under Cimabue, And The Alledged Discovery Of Engraving By Finiguerra, To The Present Time: With The Ciphers, Monograms, And Marks, Used By Each Engraver; And An Ample List Of Their Principal Works. Together With Two Indexes, Alphabetical And Chronological. To Which Is Prefixed, An Introduction, Containing A Brief Account of the Painters of Antiquity. By Michael Bryan. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (II.) - London:: 1816.
Lady Maria Callcott
Description Of The Chapel Of The Annunziata Dell'Arena; Or, Giotto's Chapel, In Padua. By Mrs. Callcott. - London:: 
Memoirs Of The Life Of Nicholas Poussin. By Maria Graham, Author Of A Journal Of A Tour In India, &c. &c. - London:: 1820.
Short And Plain Principles Of Linear Perspective, Adapted To Naval Architecture. Containing Rules To Draw Correctly The Forms Of Ships In Every Possible Position. The Whole being rendered so clear that a complete Knowledge of the Art may be soon and easily attained. - Illustrated with Five Copper-Plates. - By A. Cobin. - The Fourth Edition, Revised and Corrected. - - London:: 1794. - Price [4s.] Sewed.
Sir Henry Cole
Felix Summerly's Hand Book For The National Gallery With Reminiscences Of The Most Celebrated Pictures Drawn From The Originals By John, James, And William Linnell. - London: 1843.
Denmark - Sovereign (1746-1766: Frederick V)
The Charter Given Unto The Royal Danish Academy Of Painting, Sculpture And Architecture In Copenhagen. - [Copenhagen]: 1758.
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