THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF HARMONIOUS COLOURING, IN OIL, WATER AND PHOTOGRAPHIC COLOURS, ESPECIALLY AS APPLIED TO PHOTOGRAPHS ON PAPER, GLASS AND SILVER-PLATE. JAMES NEWMAN, An Artist-Photographer.

THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF HARMONIOUS COLOURING, IN OIL, WATER AND PHOTOGRAPHIC COLOURS, ESPECIALLY AS APPLIED TO PHOTOGRAPHS ON PAPER, GLASS AND SILVER-PLATE.

London: W. Kent & Co., and James Newman, 1859. Second edition. 12mo., xi, 98 pp., 22 illustrated adverts. Gilt-titled and decorated cloth over boards. The cloth is faded and is mildly worn at the tips, with a one inch separation at the spine, which extends to the front flyleaf; text toned. A near very good copy. Item #31640

This popular manual was by far the most comprehensive text for coloring every photographic process to date. This second edition was published the same year as the first edition and corrects a few inaccuracies, and added additional information.

Gernsheim, INCUNABULA OF BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHIC LITERATURE 1839 - 1875, No. 817. Roosens and Salu No. 2164.

Price: $350.00