Designed primarily for beginning artists, this excellent reference combines the precise results of the photographed figure with progressive drawings by a noted figure-drawing teacher whose works on anatomy have become classic references for art students. The well-illustrated manual provides painte... read more
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Designed primarily for beginning artists, this excellent reference combines the precise results of the photographed figure with progressive drawings by a noted figure-drawing teacher whose works on anatomy have become classic references for art students. The well-illustrated manual provides painters, illustrators, and sculptors with invaluable instructions on rendering the intricacies of the female figure. George Bridgman's use of photographs and his drawings provide beginning artists with a suitable alternative to the use of costly live models for drawing exercises and studies in musculature and light.
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