Book/Printed Material Coloritto, or, The harmony of colouring in painting Coloritto / Harmony of colouring in painting / Harmonie du coloris dans la peinture

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Title
Coloritto, or, The harmony of colouring in painting : reduced to mechanical practice, under early precepts, and infallible rules : together with some colour'd figures, in order to render the said precepts and rules intelligible, not only to painters, but even to all lovers of painting
Other Title
Coloritto
Harmony of colouring in painting
Harmonie du coloris dans la peinture
Contributor Names
Le Blon, J. C., 1667-1741.
Palmer, Samuel, -1732, printer.
Innys, John, bookseller.
Innys, William, -1756, bookseller.
Anderson, James (M. A.), active 1725, translator.
Levis, Howard Coppuck, former owner.
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[London] : [Printed by Samuel Palmer], [1725].
Subject Headings
-  Color in art
-  Painting--Early works to 1800
-  England--London
Notes
-  English and French parallel text and added title page: L'harmonie du coloris dans la peinture ...
-  Imprint from ESTC.
-  "Translated from the French, by James Anderson, M.A."--R. Watt, Bibliotheca Britannica, Edinburgh, 1824.
-  Library of Congress. Lessing J. Rosenwald collection, 1741
-  English short title catalogue, T115966
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  Copies were sold (by W. and J. Innys or by the author) with or without an Appendix containing four additional plates (see The monthly catalogue, v. 2, 1725, p. 51). A facsimilie of the Appendix text (seven pages) is bound with this copy.
-  LC copy: Imperfect: uncolored first plate wanting.
-  LC copy: Ex libris Howard C. Levis.
-  LAC snh 2019-09-11 update (2 card)
-  LAC ddw 2022-03-31 update (1 card)
Medium
vii, 27 p. : 5 plates (4 col.) ; 31 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
ND1486 .L4
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/rosenwald.1741.1
Library of Congress Control Number
74223678
Online Format
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LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/74223678
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Chicago citation style:

Le Blon, J. C, Samuel Palmer, John Innys, William Innys, Howard Coppuck Levis, and Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. Coloritto, or, The harmony of colouring in painting: reduced to mechanical practice, under early precepts, and infallible rules: together with some colour'd figures, in order to render the said precepts and rules intelligible, not only to painters, but even to all lovers of painting. translateds by Anderson, James , Active 1725Lator [London: Printed by Samuel Palmer, 1725] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/74223678/.

APA citation style:

Le Blon, J. C., Palmer, S., Innys, J., Innys, W., Levis, H. C. & Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. (1725) Coloritto, or, The harmony of colouring in painting: reduced to mechanical practice, under early precepts, and infallible rules: together with some colour'd figures, in order to render the said precepts and rules intelligible, not only to painters, but even to all lovers of painting. Anderson, J., trans [London: Printed by Samuel Palmer] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/74223678/.

MLA citation style:

Le Blon, J. C, et al. Coloritto, or, The harmony of colouring in painting: reduced to mechanical practice, under early precepts, and infallible rules: together with some colour'd figures, in order to render the said precepts and rules intelligible, not only to painters, but even to all lovers of painting. trans by Anderson, James , Active 1725Lator [London: Printed by Samuel Palmer, 1725] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/74223678/>.

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