Treaty painted canvas, in which 1760 Treaty on painted canvases in which we see how they are made to the Indies, and Europe. You will find the secret of England's blue colorfast, appliquable on the canvas with the board or with the brush. It has yet joined the process that must be taken to drown or soften shadows, or for flowers or draperies: new thing and we believed impossible. At Amsterdam, and is located in Paris, in Barrois, 1760. With reflections on the different parts of the painting.
In Paris, printing of h. 2 works in 1 volume 12mo.Full calf, back with nerves decorated (binding restored the time). Very rare original edition of this interesting treatise on Indian manufacturing. These fabrics of cotton painted, originally manufactured in India, were in France, since their introduction in the 17th century, a great success despite the ban on their trade. The ban was not lifted until 1759, and many Indian factories then were born in the country. The author of this book describes in detail the different techniques of preparation of these colorful paintings, india and europe, and gives the successive stages of their production, focusing particularly on the color garment indigo, red dark, gray-de-lin, etc. At the end of the book is a table \Lack QuÚrard citing dated 2 other editions of the same year.
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