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University of Pennsylvania Press, 1987 - Art - 322 pages
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Discusses the theory of drawing, drawing techniques, rhythm, space, subject, and equipment, and examines drawings from various periods and cultures

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Review: Drawing

User Review  - Paul Howlett - Goodreads

This book was a challenge when I read it at eighteen and I found it so reading it again recently after a career in art .A writer who has such a profound intimate feeling for the crafts of his three ... Read full review

Review: Drawing

User Review  - Gary - Goodreads

I vaguely remembered reading this in high school; managed to find an affordable used copy. It's just as brilliant as I remember. A bit pedantic, but truly thoughtful in the right areas. A gem. Read full review


The Theoretical Base
Supports Materials and Implements Their Significance 3
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