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During the15th and early 16th century there existed in England 'common-profit' books which were designed to be passed from one reader to another. A few books, usually chained, were kept in parish churches and could be perused by visitors. Just under 4 miles from Newton lay Pott chapel, which in the 1490s had a library of around 20 books . The founder, Geoffrey Downes, stated in his will (1494) that gentlemen could borrow any book from the chapel 'eather to read or to take a copy'.

The Gottingen Model Book, dating to the century, contains instructions for the ornamentation of books and the creation of pigments. These methods can be seen in several of the early Gutenberg Bibles.

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see site for many more - 1895 - Cusack's freehand ornament. A text book with chapters on elements, principles, and methods of freehand drawing, for the general use of teachers and students . by Armstrong, Charles

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This is Marvin Chew's urban sketching set: Leather bound sketchbook Fome metal pocket palette Faux leather pen pouch of brushes and pens.

Theodore de Mayerne, experiments with pigments, Sloane MS 2052, f. 80v. The Mayerne manuscript is a fascinating compilation of writings and observations on painting and the technology and chemistry of art by Sir Theodore de Mayerne (b. 1573, d. 1655).The manuscript contains extensive notes on the preparation of a wide range of colours, taken from a variety of sources, as well as pen sketches of palettes.

Theodore de Mayerne, experiments with pigments, Sloane MS f. The Mayerne manuscript is a fascinating compilation of writings and observations on painting and the technology and chemistry of art by Sir Theodore de Mayerne (b.

Cusack's freehand ornament. A text book with ch...

A text book with chapters on elements, principles, and methods of freehand drawing, for the general use of teachers and students .

The recipe for ink shown here suggests the following ingredients: gall (the result of a gall wasp laying eggs into the oak), copperas or vitriol (copper or other type of ferrous sulphate) and gum. Gall ink was so successful that it continued to be used until Victorian times, until it was replaced by modern synthetic inks.

Iron Gall Ink: Medieval Recipe C UK National Archives. Classic recipe made with gall nuts, iron sulfate, gum Arabic and water.

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vintage color studies

‘Lichen color charts from the Svensk Lafvarnas Farghistoria by Johan Peter Westring. Printed in Via the Biodiversity Heritage Library archive.’ (via Letterology: The Color Atlas)

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A text book with chapters on elements, principles, and methods of freehand drawing, for the general use of teachers and students .

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