Anatomy for Artists

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Dover Publications, Nov 1, 1970 - Art - 209 pages
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Portraying the living human form, not only with anatomical accuracy, but so that it conveys motion, emotion and vitality is one of the greatest challenges faced by the artist. In the studies in this volume, famous artist and art instructor Reginald Marsh brought his genius to bear on the complex problem of life drawing. Delving into the work of the great masters (Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Rubens, Poussin, Durer, Holbein and others), Marsh simplified, abstracted, adapted and reinterpreted their work into a collection of drawings both immensely interesting and instructive to the practicing artist and the student.

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Daniel Marcus Mendelowitz
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