Calder, the undisputed master of the simple expressive line, brings his talents to the art of animal sketching. More than 140 full-body sketches and enlarged details of animals in characteristic poses and movements capture the emotions and attitudes of animals in a few quick lines. The artist covers ... read more
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Calder, the undisputed master of the simple expressive line, brings his talents to the art of animal sketching. More than 140 full-body sketches and enlarged details of animals in characteristic poses and movements capture the emotions and attitudes of animals in a few quick lines. The artist covers cats, dogs, the elephant, birds, monkeys, the deer family, horses, cows, the lion, and more.
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