Typographia naturalis: or, the art of printing, or taking impressions from natural subjects, AS Leaves, Shells, Fossils, &c. AS Also From Medals, Intaglios, &c. by means of isinglass ; Proposed For The Rational Amusement Of The Ingenious Virtuosi. By Benjamin Martin.
- Martin, Benjamin, 1705-1782.
Prints and drawings, framed and glazed, pictures, cameos and intaglios, etruscan vases, capital basso relievos an marble, &c. A catalogue of framed and glazed prints and drawings, from the herculaneum, pictures by Mortimer, &c. about 30 cameos and intaglios, of exquiste wormanship, in rings, &c. etruscan vases; capital basso relievos, in marble; bronzes; a fine carving in ivory of Sir Issac Newton; globes, China, wearing apparel, &c. &c. of the late Edward Poore, Esq. deceased; which, by order of the acting executor, will be sold by auction By Mr. Richardson, at his house, No. 31, Strand, on Friday, April 19, and following day, at twelve o'clock. To be viewed on Thursday the 18th, and till the time of sale. catalogues may be had of Mr. Richardson, No. 31, in the Strand. Collections of prints, books, &c. purchased in town or country, or sold by auction. Money advanced on property intended for public sale.
- Richardson, William, active 1778-1815.
The art of painting in miniature: teaching the speedy and perfect acquisition of that art without a master. By Rules so easy, and in a Method so natural as to render this charming Accomplishment universally attainable. Containing I. The Difference between Painting in Miniature, and other Kinds of Painting. II. The Management of Colours in Draperies, Linnen, Lace, Furrs, &c. III. The Method of mixing Colours for Carnations; for painting of Architecture, or any Building of Stone or Wood; for Landskips, Terrasses, Water, Ruins, Rocks, &c. IV. The Art of Painting all Sorts of Flowers, with the proper Colours required to represent Nature to the highest Perfection. V. The various Methods of Painting. Translated from the original French The fourth edition. To which are now added, I. Certain secrets of one of the greatest Italian painters for making the finest Colours, Burnished Gold, Shell Gold, &c. II. Some general instructive Lessons for the Art of Drawing. And III. The Usefulness and Benefit of Prints.
- Boutet, Claude.
- MDCCXXXIX. 
An insane man (Tom Rakewell) sits on the floor manically grasping at his head, while two attendants manacle his legs: his lover, Sarah Young, cries in distress, they are surrounded by lunatics at Bethlem hospital, London. Engraving by H. Fernell after W. Hogarth, 1735.
- Hogarth, William, 1697-1764.
- [ca, 1840?]