Image from page 44 of "School catalog, 1892-1893" (1892)
Title: School catalog, 1892-1893
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ery. (14) Descriptive Geometry (intersections and developments,shades and shadows). (15) Perspective. EXAMINATIONS. (i) Plane Geometrical Drawing. (2) Projections. (3) Shadows. (4) Perspective. (5) Model Drawing. (6) Drawing from Memory. (7) Historical Ornament, a written paper, illustrated bysketches. (This class attends lectures once a week on Instrumental Drawing andonce a week on Perspective, on the Principles of Design, on HistoricalOrnament, or some other subject directly related to the work of the class-room.) Instead of the course in Instrumental Drawing, as de-scribed above the evening, class pursues a course in Archi- tectural Drawing, including a study of the Orders, Perspec-spective, and Shades and Shadows, lessons in which are givenevery Tuesday evening; and all pupils of the School, whetherentered in the day or evening classes, may attend withoutextra charge. The Frederic Graff Prize of ^25.00 for Archi-tectural Design, is offered for competition to pupils in thiscourse.
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Oil-Cloth Dssign by Clara Mffller, a Pupil in the School. 33
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