CHARCOAL (n.)

BUSKOOL (nld.) · CHARBON (fra.) · FUSAIN (fra.) · HOLZKOHLE (deu.) · HOUTSKOOL (nld.) · KOOL (nld.) · REISS-KOHL (deu.)
TERM USED AS TRANSLATIONS IN QUOTATION
BUSKOOL (nld.) · KOOL (nld.)

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CHAP. II. Of the Instrument of Drawing.
 
I. The
Instruments of Drawing are sevenfold, viz. Charcoals, feathers of a Ducks-wing, black and red Lead pensils, pens made of Ravens quils, Rulers, Compasses, and Pastils.
II.
Charcoals are to be chosen of Sallow-wood split into the form of pensils, and sharpned to a point, being chiefly known by their pith in the middle.
Their use is to draw lightly the draught over at first, that if any thing de drawn amiss it may be wiped out and amended.

Conceptual field(s)

MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → outils
MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → technique du dessin