Perspective diagrams, 19th century

Perspective diagrams, 19th century

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Caption: Perspective diagrams. 19th-century diagrams demonstrating the artistic technique of drawing three-dimensional objects using perspective. Examples used here are a table and chair, a corridor with square-pyramid columns, two tunnels, staircases, architectural tools, and a building. Diagrams from 'The Works of James Ferguson, F.R.S.' (1823) containing works by Scottish astronomer and instrument maker James Ferguson (1710-1776).

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