The Essentials of Illustration A Practical Guide to the Reproduction of Drawings & Photographs for the Use of Scientists & Others
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The Essentials of Illustration A Practical Guide to the Reproduction of Drawings & Photographs for the Use of Scientists & Others

By Thomas George Hill
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  • THE ESSENTIALS OF ILLUSTRATION
  • A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE REPRODUCTION OF DRAWINGS & PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE USE OF SCIENTISTS & OTHERS
    • By
  • T. G. HILL
    • Reader in Vegetable Physiology in the University of London, University College
      • LONDON WILLIAM WESLEY & SON 28 Essex Street, Strand 1915
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • 1. PLATES
      • 2. TEXT FIGURES
    • PREFACE
  • INTAGLIO PRINTING
    • PLANE SURFACE PRINTING
      • Plate 1.—An original lithograph by Mr. Harry Becker.
  • PLANE SURFACE PRINTING
    • Plate 2.—Geranium Columbinum.
      • Plate 3. - 1
      • Plate 3. - 2
      • Plate 4. - 1
      • Plate 4. - 2
      • Plate 5. - 1
      • Plate 5. - 2
      • Plate 5. - 3
  • RELIEF PRINTING
  • RELIEF PRINTING
    • Fig. 2.
      • Fig. 3
      • Fig. 4
      • Plate 6. - 1
      • Plate 6. - 2
      • Plate 7.—Half Tone reproduction
      • Plate 8. Photogravure
      • Plate 9. Collotype
      • Plate 10. Half Tone
      • Fig. 5
      • Fig. 6
      • Plate 11
      • Plate 12.—Three Colour Half Tone.
      • Fig. 7
      • Fig. 8
      • Fig. 9. The Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus Ficaria).
      • Fig. 10. The Lesser Celandine. After Fuchs.
      • Fig. 11. The Apple (Pyrus Malus). After Matthiolus.
      • Fig. 12. Charlock (Brassica Sinapis). After Fuchs.
      • Fig. 13. Sea Lavender (Statice Limonium). After Matthiolus.
      • Fig. 14. Viola odorata: Floral morphology.
      • Fig. 15. A Seedling of Abronia villosa.
      • Fig. 16. Neuropteris Heterophylla.
      • Fig. 17. Fucus volubilis, var. Flexuosus, a seaweed.
      • Fig. 18. The Larkspur (Delphinium ajacis).
      • Fig. 19.
      • Fig. 21.
      • Fig. 20.
      • Fig. 22
      • Fig. 23
      • Fig. 24
      • Fig. 25
      • Fig. 26. The Chesil Bank.
  • THE DRAWING OF MICROSCOPIC DETAILS.
    • Fig. 27.
      • Fig. 28.
      • Fig. 29
      • Fig. 30
      • Fig. 31. After a water-colour design by Miss Winifred Pearse.
      • Fig. 32
      • Fig. 33. A diagram by Mr. E. Lee.
      • Fig. 34
      • Fig. 35
      • Fig. 36
      • Figure 37. A Map of the Fenland by Prof. Yapp.
      • Fig. 38. A Lithograph by S. Prout reproduced by the swelled gelatine process.
  • COST
    • RELATIVE COST OF BLOCKS AND PLATES
  • LITERATURE
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