Franklin

MLA

Bowles, Carington. The Draughtsman's Assistant: Or, Drawing Made Easy. Wherein the Principles of the Art Are Laid Down In a Familiar Manner, In Ten Lessons, Under the Following Heads, Viz. 1. Of the Features and Limbs. 2. Of Profiles and Ovals. 3. Of Whole Figures. 4. Of Drapery. 5. Of Light and Shade. 6. Of Landscapes. 7. Of Perspective. 8. Of Enlarging and Contracting. 9. Of the Imitation of Life. 10. Of History. Illustrated by a Great Variety of Examples Neatly Engraved. With An Introductory Treatise On the Utility of the Art; and An Appendix, Containing Observations On Design As Well In Regard to Theory As Practice. By the Author of The Artist's Assistant. London: printed for, and sold by, T. Kitchin, Engraver, No 59. Holborn-Hill, ...1.

APA

Bowles, C. (...1). The draughtsman's assistant: or, drawing made easy. Wherein the principles of the art are laid down in a familiar manner, in ten lessons, Under the following Heads, viz. 1. Of the Features and Limbs. 2. Of Profiles and Ovals. 3. Of Whole Figures. 4. Of Drapery. 5. Of Light and Shade. 6. Of Landscapes. 7. Of Perspective. 8. Of Enlarging and Contracting. 9. Of the Imitation of Life. 10. Of History. Illustrated by a great variety of examples neatly engraved. With An Introductory Treatise on the Utility of the Art; and An Appendix, containing Observations on Design as well in regard to Theory as Practice. By the author of The artist's assistant. London: printed for, and sold by, T. Kitchin, Engraver, No 59. Holborn-Hill.

Chicago

Bowles, Carington, The Draughtsman's Assistant: Or, Drawing Made Easy. Wherein the Principles of the Art Are Laid Down In a Familiar Manner, In Ten Lessons, Under the Following Heads, Viz. 1. Of the Features and Limbs. 2. Of Profiles and Ovals. 3. Of Whole Figures. 4. Of Drapery. 5. Of Light and Shade. 6. Of Landscapes. 7. Of Perspective. 8. Of Enlarging and Contracting. 9. Of the Imitation of Life. 10. Of History. Illustrated by a Great Variety of Examples Neatly Engraved. With An Introductory Treatise On the Utility of the Art; and An Appendix, Containing Observations On Design As Well In Regard to Theory As Practice. By the Author of The Artist's Assistant. London: printed for, and sold by, T. Kitchin, Engraver, No 59. Holborn-Hill, ...1.