Contents: How artists see families; Using line; Using color; Bold shapes; A family likeness; Painting people; Giving people form; Measuring heads and bodies; Making babies look cute; Expressing emotions; Painting older people; Royal Family portraits; The wedding album.
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How Artists See Families
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