First Book of “The theory of perspective demonstrated”
The first book called “the theory of perspective demonstrated” starts with a brief summary of the history of perspective. After that it consists basically of two main parts.
I selected these two pages (p. 1/2) beacuse the beginning of the first part stands out with the diffrent sizes and thicknesses of the lines. In the short paragraphed text, which are headed as definitions, are a lot of capital letters.
I chose the next pages (p. 103/104) after part II, the full headline says “general comment of part II”. There is one paragraph with the title “of the height of the eye” which sounds interesting.
The following tree pages are from the second book. There are no page numbers and most of them are empty. There is absolutely no written text, only numbered figures. Often the outline of the figures pushes through the pages onto the an empty page, as it is possible to see on the third page.