by Ernest Govett
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons 1919
Number of pages: 380
Contents: Classification of the Fine Arts; Law of Recognition in the Associated Arts; Law of General Assent; Limitations of the Associated Arts; Degrees of Beauty in the Painter's Art; Expression; Landscape; Still-life; Secondary Art; Colour; Illusion in the Painter's Art; etc.
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