An Architect in Italy

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C.N. Potter, 1988 - Architecture - 112 pages
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One hundred pen-and-ink drawings capture the magnificence of Italian architectural details more eloquently than photographs ever could. They reveal Mauduit's sensitive eye for the minute yet important details that make Italy a tourist mecca.

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This book was a gift from Lee Buckley (the niece of William F. Buckley). She was my art/drawing instructor at USC. She was someone that taught me that I could create art. It as her influence that prompted me to sketch and continue sketching for more than a dozen sketchbooks. Read full review

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