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Mathematical instruction in constructing models for draping the human figure

Wampen, Henry Ph.D.

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Published
**1863**
by Messrs. Boone in London
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Cover title: Models for draping the human figure. Spine title: Wampen"s mathematical instructions.

Statement | by Henry Wampen, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | viii,[58]p. [50] leaves of fold out plates, [46]p., [40] leaves of plates : |

Number of Pages | 58 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18171251M |

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. A German mathematician Dr. Henry Wampen wrote two influential works, The Mathematical Art of Cutting Garments According to the Different Formation of Men's Bodies() and Mathematical Instructions in Constructing Models for Draping the Human Figure().

Wampen introduced the principle of gradation via these works. In his book Mathematical Instruction Constructing Modes and Draping the Human Figure, Wampen () uses "anthropometry" as the basis for his measuring system and makes references to "proportional measure" for the cutting instructions.

The written instructions follow an alphabetic code identifying body points as A, B, C, etc., and uses formulas. Link copied to clipboard; Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Email; Download image; Enlarge image.

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