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Forty-six outstanding studies, including sketches for David, Sistine Ceiling, Last Judgment, and more. Nudes, figure studies, children, animals, mythical and religious works, more. New volume in Dover Art Library affords insight into mastery of proportion,…

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Helpful approach to difficult area. Almost 200 drawings plus text and examples from work of Vermeer, Hals, Rembrandt, others.

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The revered instructor of the Art Students League of New York explains in nontechnical terms how to discover the vitalizing forces in the human form and realize them in drawing. Topics include movement, light and shade, proportion, and movable masses. Nearly…

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Collection of portraits, selected from public and private holdings by art historian Trevor J. Fairbrother, reveal the technical skill and intuitive eye for which American portrait painter John Singer Sargent is renowned. Drawings in pencil, pastels and charcoal…

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Simple step-by-step diagrams for rendering delightful likenesses of cats and kittens in assorted poses: seated, stretching, preening, ready to pounce, and more. Instructions also included for creating portraits of a lion, bobcat, cheetah, and other cat-like…

Draw Ocean Animals

by Doug Dubosque

|September 30, 2000

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From initial concept to finished art, the "Learn to Draw" series provides young and beginning artists with practical step-by-step instruction in a warm, friendly voice.

Draw Dinosaurs

by Doug Dubosque

|August 10, 2000

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From initial concept to finished art, the "Learn to Draw" series provides young and beginning artists with practical step-by-step instruction in a warm, friendly voice.

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How often do illustrators, artists and commercial designers need a "pretty face" — an attractive, appealing portrait of a woman? Here are 312 new designs in sharp black-and-white on one side of a page, ready-to-use and copyright-free, of women's heads:…

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Demonstrating the artist's major themes, techniques, and styles, 44 drawings — dating from 1905 to 1954 — perfectly capture the master draughtsman's incredible line: 1905 circus family, portraits of Diaghilev and Balzac, cubist studies, neo-classical…

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From initial concept to finished art, the "Learn to Draw" series provides young and beginning artists with practical step-by-step instruction in a warm, friendly voice.

What Shall I Draw?

by Ray Gibson

|January 1, 1995

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-- Lots of ideas that will capture the imagination and hold the interest of young children -- Inspiring suggestions for those who want to take the basic projects a step further

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Rainforest Animals continues Dubosque's method of organized, repeated practice to create drawings of something "you really like." He suggests periodic evaluation of the work in progress, holding it to a mirror or a light for a different view.