Originally published in the 1920s, The Art and Craft of Drawing is a study both of the practice of drawing and of its aesthetic theory as understood among different peoples and at different epochs, with an emphasis on the construction of the human form.
In the book, the author has provided an in depth analysis of all you could possibly want to know about drawing and consequently, making art. It is a must read for any student who majors in drawing at university.
- Relations between Composition and Drawing
- Technical Methods
- Mass Equilibrium
- The Main Masses of the Human Body
- Anatomy and Form
- Construction of the Human Frame
- Landscape Drawing
- 'Primitive' Drawing
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