“And these appear on such walls confusedly, like the sound of bells in whose jangle you may find any name or word you choose to imagine.
II. THE ARTIST'S STUDIO.—INSTRUMENTS AND HELPS FOR THE APPLICATION OF PERSPECTIVE.—ON JUDGING OF A PICTURE.
On the size of the studio. 509. Small rooms or dwellings discipline the mind, large ones weaken it.
On the construction of windows (510-512). 510. The larger the wall the less the light will be. 511. The different kinds of light afforded in cellars by various forms of windows. The least useful and the coldest is the window at a.”