Yes, but there are caveats. It starts with pure observational drawing where you just copy lines and shapes, then gets into construction and perspective, and later adds light and shadow. However, it only cover old architecture and props, and language is archaic, which may make it difficult to understand. Perspective method I felt not as in-depth as Robertson, but I suppose they enough to make job done. What really great about this book, it gives a lot of pencil mileage and teaches you useful shorthands for future plain-air drawings, and forces you to draw from memory. For best results combine with figure drawing tutorials.>>5034068
If you’re into old architecture, it helps build visual library, plus most of exercises require you to draw from memory, so I suppose it could be beneficial for imagination drawings.