The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
|Lecture I.||Inclined lines in any position with reference to the picture plane; oblique planes.|
|IV.||Cones; right, oblique and truncated,|
|V.||3 given points in space; to find the plane containing the triangle, the length of the sides, and the contained angle.|
Perspective of Shadows.
|Lecture VI.||Sunlight; shadows of objects cast on horizontal and vortical planes.|
|VII.||Sunlight; shadows cast on planes inclined to the ground, and at any angle with the picture|
|VIII.||Artificial light; interiors.|
|IX.||Artificial light; two or more lights, on planes at any angle.|
Perspective of Reflections.
|Lecture X.||Angle of incidence and reflection; point of incidence; horizontal reflecting plane; (reflections in still water),|
|XI.||Vertical reflecting planes; perpendicular, parallel, or at an angle with the picture.|
|XII.||Inclined reflecting planes, at any angle with the picture.|