Chapter Iv

rudiments of drawing.

99 to 102. Of Method, or Manner. — 103. Sketches.— 104, 105. Not suitable Subjects of Imitation for Beginners.— 106, 107. Trees and Foliage. — 108. Any Writing-Master may be an efficient Teacher of Drawing.— 109. Of Penmanship. —110. Drawing and Writing should be taught together. —112. A Progressive Course of Study most advantageous. —113. Personal Exertion on the Part of the Learner requisite for Success. — 114. Inexpediency of Coertion.—

115. Privileges and Enjoyments of the Art-Student. —

116. Conclusion of the Subject of Primary Instruction in Drawing page 91

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