The craft of old-master drawings
A comprehensive study of the techniques of drawing, this is both a historical work, covering the period from the late Middle Ages to the present, and a useful manual for contemporary artists. This book comprises a body of knowledge that is essential to students of art history, curators, collectors, and artists, and is a significant addition to the literature on drawing.
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