A handbook of biological illustration

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University of Chicago Press, 1961 - Photography - 131 pages
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User Review  - Doug Mccallum - Goodreads

The book is quite good for what it is intended -- for the biologist who isn't an artist and the artist who isn't a biologist. It is a good beginning guide to biological illustration. If you want to learn how to draw detailed anatomy, this isn't the book. Read full review

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