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Title: Augsburg’s drawing, book 2
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Augsburg, De Resco Leo, b. 1859
Subjects: Drawing
Publisher: Boston, New York, Educational Pub. Co
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s con-ceptively. We learn a principle by studying the object, then inthe drill exercise by degrees learn to use it conceptively. Object 142 AUGSBURGS DRAWING. drawino: alone will not train one to draw conceptively. Theobject is the material source of the image, but it does not trainthe mind how to use this imasje any more than a mere knowledgeof words will enable one to write an essay. A line penman is notnecessarily a tine writer, nor a good draughtsman necessarily anartist. One of the most important aims in teaching is to turn per-ceptive knowledge into conceptive ; to get the principle out of thearithmetic into the mind of the pupil, where he can use it concep-tively ; to loarn perceptively the meaning of words and things sothat the knowledge may be reproduced in thought form. Weshould have the same end in view in drawing. As soon as wehave learned how to draw the triangular prism j)erceptively, weshould use this knowledge concej^tively. To do this, the followingis a sfood method :

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^ 3 The Triangular Prism may be made the basis of objectscontaining obli(iue lines. For convenience its study is divided thesame as the cylinder, into (1) the vertical triangular prism. Fig.1 ; (2) the horizontal triangular })rism, Fig. 2 ; (3) the horizontalreceding triangular prism, Fig. 8. Models.— Use for a model a strip of stitf ])aper 9×13 inches,folded as in Fig. 4, with the lap glued, pinned, or a light elasticslipped around it. Vertical Prism.— Place the prism before you as in Fig. 4,and observe : (1) That there are four sets of lines,— 1, 1, 1, 2, AUGSBURGS DRAWING. 143

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Title: Ichnographia emblematica triplicis ad Deum Tri-unum mysticae viae, purgativae, illuminativae, unitivae : splendoribus sanctorum, virtutibus eorum, divinisque charismatibus illustrata, in quinque partes divisa …
Year: 1779 (1770s)
Authors: Discalced Carmelite Nuns
Subjects: Carmelites Spiritual life –Catholic Church. Christian life –Catholic authors. Emblems –Early works to 1800. Emblem books –Germany –18th century. Emblem books, Latin –Germany –18th century. Emblem books, German –Germany –18th century. Carmelites –Spiritual life. Engravings –Germany –18th century.
Publisher: Augsburg : Zu finden bey Jgnatius Verhelst
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Inflammatum cor amore,totum feivens ex aidore, jufto plus diftenditur;hinc dum amor invalerdt,& hie aidor üc accrelcit, temulentum dicitur.Sin ^erj, fo m £iebe glimmet,Mi ixrsmum jldtä ^lee uimmet, toiiö fln(^) mel>receine5tunFen loieöer gicbet ^en föenu§;fo ein i:itU, Die »on iiebenMi betrunteu/ nd) nur üben Eft hoc dowum fingularc,quo fe Chrilto inmioiaie ardet li3sc latietas;aeftu uam ferventiorilemper vulc in ci-uce mori mentis haec ebnetas.2)iefe ©ab ift ja bebenten,benn ftd) (£|)rirtD tjuuj ju t^eiifen, brennet biefc eätnutcr;ftd) flöti um bie ^leb bcioerbcn,ftdt^ «Pill fie om Äreujc fterben, M«ic 3ei(lii4> XrunteiiOftt, 8S Impetus Sfiritut, JDey Tinttkb ^t^ C5«(?e5,

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Title: Ichnographia emblematica triplicis ad Deum Tri-unum mysticae viae, purgativae, illuminativae, unitivae : splendoribus sanctorum, virtutibus eorum, divinisque charismatibus illustrata, in quinque partes divisa …
Year: 1779 (1770s)
Authors: Discalced Carmelite Nuns
Subjects: Carmelites Spiritual life –Catholic Church. Christian life –Catholic authors. Emblems –Early works to 1800. Emblem books –Germany –18th century. Emblem books, Latin –Germany –18th century. Emblem books, German –Germany –18th century. Carmelites –Spiritual life. Engravings –Germany –18th century.
Publisher: Augsburg : Zu finden bey Jgnatius Verhelst
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