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Descriptive zoopraxography : or, The science of animal locomotion made popular

Author: Eadweard Muybridge; United States. Bureau of Education.
Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania ; Chicago : Lakeside Press, 1893.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eadweard Muybridge; United States. Bureau of Education.
OCLC Number: 3158655
Notes: "Published as a memento of a series of lectures given by the author under the auspices of the United States government, Bureau of Education, at the World's Columbian Exposition, in Zoopraxographical Hall, 1893." -- T. p.
Description: [105] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill., facsims., port. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Some of the subscribers to "Animal locomotion" : the original autographs are on the subscription book in the possession of the author --
Studio, apparatus, and method of working --
The walk --
The amble --
The trot --
The rack --
The canter --
The gallop --
The leap --
Appendix A: Syllabus of a course of two lectures on zoopraxography or the science of animal location in its relation to design in art --
... the many institutions where Mr. Muybridge has had the honor of lecturing on zoopraxography --
Abbreviated criticisms --
Appendix B.: Animal locomotion : description of the plates --
Prospectus: Animal locomotion, ... consisting of one hundred plates, at a subscription price of one hundred dollars ; Subscribers: Universities; Imperial, national or royal academies of fine arts; Art museums; Archaeological institutes and museums; Industrial art and science museums; Industrial art schools; Libraries; Anatomical institutes; Royal colleges of surgeons; Physiological institutes; Veterinary institutes; Anthropological museums; Ethnological, natural history, and zoological institutes and museums; Physical institutes; Polytechnic high schools; Royal porcelain manufactories; Artistic, literary, or scientific clubs; Departments of the U.S. [United States] government; Institutions of art and of art training; Institutions of science; Universities and colleges; Libraries; Architects, painters, or sculptors; Archaeologists, authors of art works, etc.; Anatomists, anthropologists, biologists, ethnologists, paleontologists, pathologists, physiologists, zoologists, etc.; Physicists, etc.; Military scientists.
Other Titles: Science of animal locomotion made popular
Zoopraxography
Responsibility: by Eadweard Muybridge.

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