The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
1.—The vanishing points and lines of perspective. 2.—The various means employed for reproducing or multiplying a unit of ornament. 3.—Application of design. 5.—Style in ornament. 6—Orders of Greek architecture. 7.—Gothic tracery. 8.—Anomalous vagaries harmonized by art. 9—The line, considered as the only means for the portrayal of motion and emotion. 10.—Pictorial representation of objects at home—one per week.
|2.||Package practice paper, per 20 sheets.||10 cents.|
|3.||No. 4 pencil (Anchor 5 cents, Faber 10 cents).||5 cents.|
|4.||Three cakes of water-colors||60 cents.|
|5.||One box instruments||50 cents.|
|6.||Three brushes||15 cents.|
|7.||Manual, Linear drawing No. II||75 cents.|
The book and paper will, when properly used, last one year; the water-colors from two to three years.