Thoughts on outline, sculpture, and the system that guided the ancient artists in composing their figures and groupes: Accompanied with free remarks on the practice of the moderns, and liberal hints cordially intended for their advantage. To which are annexed twenty-four designs of classical subjects invented on the principles recommended ni the essay by George Cumberland.
London: W. Wilson, 1796. Softcover. Tan cardboard wraps, 2 preliminary leaves, iii, 52 pages, l leaves 24 plates. Some of the plates were engraved by William Blake from designs by Cumberland. Page 49-52: "A numerical catalogue of above six hundred subjects from engraved stones, almost all of which are from..... More