Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist

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Oxford University Press, 1982 - Art - 272 pages
Stephen Rogers Peck's Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist remains unsurpassed as a manual for students. It includes sections on bones, muscles, surface anatomy, proportion, equilibrium, and locomotion. Other unique features are sections on the types of human physique, anatomy from birth to old age, an orientation on racial anatomy, and an analysis of facial expressions. The wealth of information offered by the Atlas ensures its place as a classic for the study of the human form.

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User Review  - AlexTheHunn - LibraryThing

This is an extraordinarily useful guide to the human form from a visual stand point. I am no artist, though I enjoy drawing. As poor as I am at it, this book was able to help me and improve my work. Read full review

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User Review  - Northern K Sunderland - Goodreads

A beautiful book of the Human Anatomy. Not to be confused with a how-to-draw book, there are no instructions on how to sketch the human figure, it is simply a book on each individual bit of the human ... Read full review

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About the author (1982)

The late Stephen Rogers Peck was a lecturer in artistic anatomy at Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute, and a portrait painter and medical illustrator.

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