The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 30
Objects of the School
Objects of the School.
The work carried on in this school has for its objects the systematic study of practical Art and its scientific principles, with a view to developing the application of Art to the requirements of Trade and Manufactures, together with the training of Art Masters and Mistresses. It is similar to that of Art Schools under the Art Department of the Committee of Council of Education, South Kensington, London.
The Instruction Comprehends the Following Subjects:—
Freehand drawing from flat examples, and the "round" or solid forms.
Practical plane and solid geometry—Perspective.
Light and shade from the "round" or solid forms.
Botanical drawing as applied to design and landscape foreground.
Landscape, Still life and Flower painting in Oil, Tempera, and Water colour.
Figure from the Antique and the Life, nude or draped.
Building construction from flat examples and actual measurement.
Machine construction from flat examples and actual measurement.
Lithography—Drawing on Wood.