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Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters: 45th Anniversary Edition

by Robert Beverly Hale & Jacob Collins

A book whose sales have not diminished but rather increased dramatically since its publication 45 years ago, this bestselling classic is the ultimate manual of drawing taught by the late Robert Beverly Hale,...


Pencil, Ink and Charcoal Drawing

by Charles X. Carlson

This original single-volume compilation of four of the author's best books features thousands of step-by-step images and covers figure drawings, portraits, still lifes, and landscapes.


Interior Design Drawing

by Alan Hughes

Interior design is a multidiscipline profession blending spatial, technical and aesthetic knowledge. The skill involved in manipulating these elements to solve specific design problems is intrinsically linked...


Pastels for Dummies

by Sherry Stone Clifton & Anita Marie Giddings

The latest tips and techniques for working with pastels - in full color

Pastels offer bright colors, a great level of portability, and no drying time - plus they're relatively inexpensive and can be used to draw...


Pen Drawing and Pen Draughtsmen: A Classic Survey of the Medium and Its Masters

by Joseph Pennell

In this comprehensive study of the art of drawing with a pen, artist and author Joseph Pennell underscores his highly opinionated "technical suggestions" with more than 400 exhilarating illustrations by masters...


Lessons on Figure Drawing

by J Leonard Watson

This essential reference features nearly 80 drawings, photos, and paintings. Covers every topic, from the basics of posing a model and choosing materials to measurement, action, median lines, foreshortening,...


A Guide to Pictorial Perspective

by Benjamin R. Green

Here is a clear, jargon-free primer on re-creating objects from nature by using perspective techniques. It teaches artists and students at all levels how to visually rationalize the differences between form...


Plant and Floral Studies for Artists and Craftspeople

by W. G. Paulson Townsend

Useful reference covering several varieties of plants includes more than 100 precise drawings of flowers, leaves, buds, and growth patterns, along with detailed descriptions of physical features and general...


You Can Draw Dogs

by Gladys Emerson Cook

Discover how easy it is to draw dogs with 106 detailed images of popular breeds and guidance on what types of materials to use. Bonus text explores breed history, temperament.


Drawing of the Hand

by Joseph M. Henninger

Numerous illustrations depict the anatomy of the hand and the forearm, in addition to a portfolio of related drawings by Old Masters and contemporary artists, many accompanied by the author's comments.


150 Masterpieces of Drawing

by Anthony Toney

Full-page reproductions of drawings from the early 15th century to the end of the 18th century, all beautifully reproduced: Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Dürer, Fragonard, Urs Graf, Wouwerman, and many others.


Pen & Ink Drawing

by Frank J. Lohan

An inspiring sourcebook, this guide helps artists discover a wide variety of subjects and ideas for their next sketch. More than 140 of the author's drawings illustrate nostalgic scenes, old engravings, atmospheric...


Drawing What the Eye Sees

by Ted Seth Jacobs

Heralded as a revolutionary right-brain approach to figure drawing, this guide focuses on mentality rather than technique. More than 180 black-and-white drawings and eight pages of color illustrations.


Drawing Hands: With Over 1000 Illustrations

by Victor Perard

More than 1,000 illustrations offer figure artists at all skill levels insights into the structure, character, and expression of hands. Notes on anatomy include tips on proportion and perspective.


The Drawing Handbook

by Frank J. Lohan

Clear, concise guide for beginners features more than 500 step-by-step illustrations. Topics include composition, tools, geometric shapes, and simple methods, plus exercises focusing on landscapes, architecture,...


You Can Draw Cats

by Gladys Emerson Cook

One of America's most beloved animal illustrators provides 194 gracefully regal drawings — plus expert tips — to clearly demonstrate the differences in breeds, from Angoras to Persians.


Beginner's Guide to Perspective

by Victor Perard

A distinguished artist and art educator shows clearly how the use of vanishing points and perspective lines can add dramatic depth and dimension to any drawing. 62 illustrations.


Quick Sketching

by Carl Cheek

A perfect introduction to the technique of "quick sketching." Drawing upon an artist's immediate emotional responses, this is an extremely effective means of capturing the essential form and features of a subject....


Figure Sketching for Beginners

by Len A. Doust

Practical and encouraging, this guide shows even the most novice sketchers how to capture the vitality and character of their models. 23 step-by-step illustrations.


Anatomy and Perspective: The Fundamentals of Figure Drawing

by Charles Oliver

Clearly and concisely written book covers two subjects seldom treated thoroughly in the same volume. Demonstrations of figure drawing include the use of such simple forms as the cube, cylinder, and sphere. 96...