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Pen Drawing (Illustrated) By Charles D. Maginnis
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This book is is a guide to pen drawing techniques and methods by Charles Maginnis. The book includes great illustrations and instruction on easily learning the necessary skills for pen drawing.
Pen Drawing: An Illustrated Treatise By Charles D. Maginnis
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From the original of 1921. What Constituted "Style" It is a recognized principle that every medium of art expression should be treated with due regard to its nature and properties. The... More > sculptor varies his technique according as he works in wood, granite, or marble; the painter handles his water-color in quite another manner than that he would employ on an oil-painting of the same subject; and the architect, with the subtle sense of the craftsman, carries this principle to such a fine issue as to impart an individual expression even to particular woods.< Less
Pen Drawing. An Illustrated Treatise By Charles D. Maginnis
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CONTENTS: CHAPTER I.—Style in Pen Drawing CHAPTER II.—Materials CHAPTER III.—Technique CHAPTER IV.—Values CHAPTER V.—Practical Problems CHAPTER VI.—Architectural... More > Drawing CHAPTER VII.—Decorative Drawing< Less
Pen Drawing. An Illustrated Treatise By Charles D. Maginnis
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CONTENTS: CHAPTER I.—Style in Pen Drawing CHAPTER II.—Materials CHAPTER III.—Technique CHAPTER IV.—Values CHAPTER V.—Practical Problems CHAPTER VI.—Architectural... More > Drawing CHAPTER VII.—Decorative Drawing< Less
Pen Drawing - an Illustrated Treatise By Charles Donagh Maginnis & Garrett Putman Serviss
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Art is not satisfied with mere unrelated beauty of form or color. It requires that the result confess some sensible relation to the means by which it has been obtained; and in proportion as it does... More > this, it may claim to possess that individual and distinctive charm which we call "Style." Pen drawing is most apt to lose its individuality when it begins to assume the characteristics of wash-drawing, such as an elaborate massing of grays, small light areas, and a general indirectness of method....for if there is one characteristic more than another which should distinguish pen methods it is Directness. The nature of the pen seems to mark as its peculiar function that of picking out the really vital features of a subject. Pen drawing has been aptly termed the "shorthand of Art;" the genius of the pen-point is essentially epitome. (From Chapter 1) Get Your Copy Today!< Less
Poems and Pen Drawings By Alan Swift
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This book is a collection of poems and pictures by the author now available as an eBook. An inspiring read and hard copies are also available. The author has found ways of coping with a diagnosis... More > of schizophrenia through meditation, writing, drawing, photography, voluntary work and friendships and relationships as this book may testify.< Less
Poems and Pen Drawings By Alan Swift
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Poems and Pen Drawings is my first book to include some of my artwork. Written and published in two days, the artwork took longer, it is a short work to explore this new concept. A light read and a... More > sight for sore eyes this is truly a book you may wish to add to your collection.< Less
Pen And Ink Drawings By Robert Waldo Brunelle JR
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A collection of pen and ink drawings made by Vermont artist Robert Waldo Brunelle JR.
Pen Drawing: An Illustrated Treatise By Charles Donagh Maginnis
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Charles Donagh Maginnis (January 7, 1867 - 1955) was an Irish... More > architect. He emigrated to Boston at age 18, trained as an architect and went on to form the firm Maginnis & Walsh, designing ecclesiastical and campus buildings across America. From 1937 to 1939 Maginnis held the office of President of the American Institute of Architects.Maginnis was born in County Londonderry, Ireland on January 7, 1867. He was educated in Dublin, emigrated to Boston at age 18 and got his first job apprenticing for architect Edmund M. Wheelwright as a draftsman. In 1900 he became a member of the Boston Society of Architects, serving as its president from 1924 to 1926. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Donagh_Maginnis< Less
Pen Drawing, An Illustrated Treatise By Charles D. Maginnis
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This is Charles MaGinnis at his best; it's a classic edition of his famous work on pen drawing so if you're interested in learning about art and drawing this is a great book to review.

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