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Cave Drawings By Edward Zelinsky
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A series of drawings inspired by the directness and spiritual ambiguity of prehistoric cave art.
Animal Drawings By Barbara Fugate
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Barbara Fugate has drawn the animals at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo since 1993. This book offers a selection of her sketchbook drawings from the past nine years, from 2004-2013. 83 pages;... More > black and white< Less
Rodin's Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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Sketcher, painter, engraver, sculptor and collector, Auguste Rodin is recognized worldwide for the exceptional authenticity of his anatomical sculptures. He strongly influenced twentieth century... More > sculpture by his assemblage techniques and prepared the way for symbolism by adopting literary and mythological themes. Drawing was his means of discovering "truth" in life and in art: "good" drawing represented truth and simplicity in nature; 'bad" drawing was self-conscious, mannered in its representation, and often displayed an ignorance of nature or inexact observation with attempts to mask it with artifice. Rodin was a prolific draughtsman, producing some 10,000 drawings. Although the works on paper can only be shown periodically, owing to their fragility, the role they played in Rodin’s art was by no means minor. As the sculptor said at the end of his life: “It's very simple. My drawings are the key to my work.”< Less
Repin: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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As a boy, Ilya Repin received his first lessons in art in 1858, when he worked for a talented icon painter I. M. Bunakov. Working with Kramskoi, in a year Repin developed his skills sufficiently to... More > be accepted in the Academy. In 1870, Repin made his first sketches for Baurge Haulers on the Volga, while being on a boat trip. When the work was finished in 1873, it immediately won recognition. In the same year for several months Repin had been traveling around Italy and then settled to work in Paris up until 1876. After returning to Russia, Repin settled in Moscow. It was a very fruitful period of his creative activity. During these 10-12 years Repin created majority of his famous paintings. He is the author of many portraits, but he never painted faces, he painted real people. Repin rarely painted historical paintings. The most popular in this genre is The Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mahmoud IV. The contemporaries saw it as a symbol of the Russian people throwing off their chains.< Less
Drawing on the Brain By Jim Coady
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An architect's light-hearted, but ultimately serious, view of the world of interior architecture, as seen through his notebook drawings. Half of any profits from the book's publication go to Habitat... More > For Humanity.< Less
Just Drawings By Marie Faverio
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This is my 13th art collection. Most drawings were made with Derwent pencils, although some of the earliest ones were made with other pencils. March 25, 2013
Drawings for Illuminations By Charlie Hewitt
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Drawings by Charlie Hewitt from 1999-2009.
Drawings for Illuminations By Charlie Hewitt
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Drawings by Charlie Hewitt from 1999-2009.
MADRID DRAWINGS By osvaldo valdes
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I did these drawings and collages in the Summer and Fall of 1989 while travelling in Europe. They are seminal to much of the work that was to come; they are non figurative and non representational... More > and have no preferred axis thus they can be viesed from any position. Lines, form, color and letters are used compositonally, aesthetically, rather than for any supposed meaning. Later, collages are composed from several sources, often cut and rearanged, to form one scale-less whole. They are a prelude to the pencil and nails wall drawings.< Less
Draw This Book! By Peterson Hamilton
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The premise of this book is simple: the best way to become better at drawing is to draw, a lot. Through tracing, guides, repetition and incrementally increasing the difficulty, you will begin to... More > learn and remember the basics. Begin by tracing the drawings and then using the guidelines to harness your own creations. As long as you fill out every page, it doesn’t matter if you follow the guidelines exactly. Instead,you will build an understanding of how the human body is constructed and how three dimensional objects can be represented with lines. Try using various methods such as construction, contour drawing or your own technique. Once you’ve completed the thousands of drawings, you will have a record of your progress and have a much better understanding of the basics of the human form. This is meant to be a workbook, so go ahead, start drawing!< Less