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" Next, by your circular and oval lines, you may form crescents, circular and flattened volutes, regular undulations, and other figures which arise out of their various combinations ; first making an accurate copy of each figure by measurement, and continuing... "
First (Second) book of drawing (by J. Clark). - Σελίδα 54
των John Clark (drawing master.) - 1840
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