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First Principles of Symmetrical Beauty

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First Principles of Symmetrical Beauty
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Publisher: W. Blackwood and sons
Number of pages: 305

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From the table of contents: Nature of the science of aesthetics explained; Plane figures the bases of all forms; The isosceles triangle; Universal application of the composite ellipse in the arts of ornamental design; and more.

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