A renowned teacher at the Art Students League of New York tackles one of the most difficult and often neglected areas of study: the correct rendering of heads, features, and faces. Placing as much emphasis on perspective and planes as on anatomy, Bridgman includes almost 200 instructional drawings pl... read more
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A renowned teacher at the Art Students League of New York tackles one of the most difficult and often neglected areas of study: the correct rendering of heads, features, and faces. Placing as much emphasis on perspective and planes as on anatomy, Bridgman includes almost 200 instructional drawings plus texts and examples from the work of Vermeer, Rembrandt, and others.
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