The Art of Fresco Painting: As Practised by the Old Italian and Spanish Masters, with a Preliminary Inquiry Into the Nature of the Colours Used in Fresco Painting, with Observation and Notes
C. Gilpin, 1846 - Mural painting and decoration - 134 pages
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