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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
A Drawing of Life By Vanessa Carvo
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Across Rough Seas To Her California Cowboy - A pregnant and widowed English woman travels across rough seas, trying to reach her promised mail order husband in California. She runs out of funds in... More > St. Louis and it’s only through the kindness of strangers that she is saved. On the other hand, her cowboy has many trials of his own and it’s only through the kindness of strangers also, and one in particular, that there is a chance of them ever meeting up. Renegade Cowboy - A woman from the slums seeks a way out of that life and answers a mail order bride ad from a cowboy in Colorado, and little did the cowboy know what he was getting in the feisty, independent, caring, and loving woman who arrived on the train.< 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
Cool Drawing Dude By Colin White
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A graphic travelogue on the streets of Ottawa. When a cartoonist pulls out his sketchbook on the streets, a few people take notice, and a very few actually stop to chat. This book collects a series... More > of drawings from Ottawa alongside comix that took place while the drawing was being made.< Less
Cool Drawing Dude By Colin White
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A graphic travelogue on the streets of Ottawa. When a cartoonist pulls out his sketchbook on the streets, a few people take notice, and a very few actually stop to chat. This book collects a series... More > of drawings from Ottawa alongside comix that took place while the drawing was being made.< Less
How to Draw a Map of the Forest By Wendy V
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Once again it's time to roam the country by car, bike, boat, plane, and foot-- perhaps minus a wounded toe. Make your reservation to join Senator and Wendy V as they tackle a 6,000-mile spread of... More > the United States. Don't be overwhelmed; you just need an occasionally accurate map, comfortable shoes, about half of the alphabet, and a sense of humor. They'll be happy to have you ride along. Just tell 'em Lyin' Jimmy sent you!< Less
Learn To Draw And Sketch By Lelana Croft
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Adorable animals cover the entire alphabet with this drawing and sketch book for kids. You child will enjoy hours of fun as they can trace, copy or create their own sketches. Plenty of blank sketch... More > paper in between each letter of the alphabet along with an adorable corresponding animal to teach them.162 large pages8.5 x 11 size for lots of room for sketchingAlphabet and Animals are line drawn for easy coloringMakes a great travel book for fun in the carLet your child's creative juices flow and grow with learning the alphabet and also using their own ideas. Makes a great birthday present for kids. Or goes great in a get well basket for a child who might be recovering from an illness.< Less
T Pot Drawing Fire By T Pot
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“T Pot was born in a heavy fog at twilight on a gray ship crossing the international dateline traveling the direction of yesterday at the end of February on one of the leap years in the middle... More > of the last century or so. He was born breech in no country to parents who may have adored him had they survived his birth instead of one day later falling happily tipsy backwards overboard.” “A mind which flits aimlessly from one stray thing to another, while it’s body is doing whatever, easily spots random interfucking thoughtons instapopping into novel wordimages. Before “mind projectors” all people relied on pencil drawing to record the crazy thoughts gamboling through their heads. Pencil means pensive and inexpensive or tail tip dipped in blood which eventually became pointed wood stick with a graphite-clay core. Technically, T Pot is one of billions of primitive people still employing pencils for prolonging the lives of their thoughts.”< Less
Vereshchagin Drawings: Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Vasily Vasilyevich Vereshchagin was one of the most famous Russian war artists and one of the first Russian artists to be widely recognized abroad. The graphic nature of his realist scenes led many... More > of them to never be printed or exhibited. Vereshchagin graduated first in the list at the naval school, but left the service immediately to begin the study of drawing in earnest. He was an indefatigable traveler, returning to St. Petersburg in late 1868, to Paris in 1869, back to St. Petersburg later in the year, and then back to Turkestan at the end 1869 via Siberia. In 1871, he established an atelier in Munich, and made a solo exhibition of his works at the Crystal Palace in London in 1873. In late 1874, he departed for an extensive tour of the Himalayas, India and in 1901, he visited the Philippines, in 1902 the United States and Cuba, and in 1903, Japan. Vereshchagin's last work was a picture of a council of war presided over by Admiral Makarov.< Less
John Sargent: 121 Drawings By Narim Bender
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John Singer Sargent was an American leading portrait painter of Edwardian era luxury. During his career, he created about 900 oil paintings and more than 2,000 watercolors, as well as countless... More > sketches and charcoal drawings. His oeuvre documents worldwide travel, from Venice to the Tyrol, Corfu, the Middle East, Montana, Maine, and Florida. In 1907, at the age of fifty-one, Sargent officially closed his studio and focused on landscapes in his later years. After 1917; most critics began to consign him to the masters of the past, "a brilliant ambassador between his patrons and posterity." Modernists treated him more harshly, considering him completely out of touch with the reality of American life and with emerging artistic trends including Cubism and Futurism. Sargent quietly accepted the criticism, but refused to alter his negative opinions of modern art. He retorted, "Ingres, Raphael and El Greco, these are now my admirations, these are what I like."< Less

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Genius Matters Genius Matters By Angela Maiers
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