Style, materials, techniques, and values are the focus of this richly illustrated guide to pen drawing. In addition to proposing solutions for practical problems, the book offers advice on architectural and decorative drawing. More than 70 drawings by assorted artists range from tranquil churchyards and bustling city streets to striking posters. Many of the images are derived from The Century Magazine, Harper's Magazine, The Architectural Review,
and other illustrated periodicals of the early twentieth century.
Irish-American architect Charles D. Maginnis (1867–1955), a co-founder of the firm Maginnis & Walsh, was active in the design of ecclesiastical and campus buildings across the United States. He also served as President of the American Institute of Architects from 1937–39. Maginnis' practical guide to pen drawing features several of his own illustrations, created expressly for this instructive volume.
Reprint of the Bates & Guild Company, Boston, 1913 edition.
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|Author/Editor||Charles D. Maginnis|
|Dimensions||5 x 8|