A handbook of illustration ...
"1 photogravure from art, plus numerous half-tone and line engravings from art and photographs. N.Y. Photogravure Co., New York (Photogravure). One of the first detailed explanations of the photomechanical methods for the working commercial artist." -- Hanson collection catalog, p. 121.
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Introduction Primitive illustrationsArt and illustration
A Neglected Field
CHAPTER IIITheory and Principles of Illustration Different kinds
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