Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist

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Oxford University Press, 1951 - Art - 288 pages
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Stephen Rogers Peck's Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist remains unsurpassed as a manual for students. It includes sections on bones, muscles, surface anatomy, proportion, equilibrium, and locomotion. Other unique features are sections on the types of human physique, anatomy from birth to old age, an orientation on racial anatomy, and an analysis of facial expressions. The wealth of information offered by the Atlas ensures its place as a classic for the study of the human form.
  

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Amazing illustrations and diagrams. - Goodreads
Excellent reference. - Goodreads
The illustrations are strangely stylized and gorgeous. - Goodreads
There are some photos for reference as well. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Mace - Goodreads

This book is a must have for artists interested in the human figure! In my figure drawing class, this was our text book, and it has images and explanations of human anatomy that an artist can ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lauren Van vice - Goodreads

This book proved invaluable to me in my studies but it's a bit of a problematic text. First of all, all the principle models appear to be white and fit. There's a section on drawing people of "other ... Read full review

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