It's a classic first published in 1939! One thing that amazes me in this book is it's clarity, the author explains in a straightforward way what perspective is, how you should draw in perspective and the problems you may have while doing so. All this without wasted words, pages or drawing! In the last page it even includes a summary that resumes all the important thing in the book that you need to remember.
Unfortunately this book only covers the commonly used perspective, sure it has a chapter about unusual perspective but that's just it. Even worst and a really almost maximum fault is the total absence of the three point perspective, not once in the entire book the author tackles this important form of perspective. Should writing style been worse and I would rate it 2 stars but since it's style is great I'll give it 4 stars... but be warned there is no info about there point perspective in this book!!