Calligraphic Lettering with Wide Pen & Brush

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 1967 - Art - 111 pages
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A new edition of the classic work on the art of calligraphy provides step-by-step lessons and dozens of creative exercises that cover the various calligraphic alphabets, brush lettering, designed letters, and calligraphy tools and materials, in a primer that also discusses the history of beautiful writing.

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Douglass's contribution to the elegant art of calligraphy is meant to be "a sound elementary introduction...for the casual letterer" and "the beginning calligrapher." The book hits its rather modest ... Read full review

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Ralph Douglass was a distinguished professor of art and applied lettering for more than 50 years.

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