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The Artist's Handbook
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Ray Smith
 
Suitable for artists, this title covers different things from pencil drawing to digital printing. It provides the inspiration to experiment with creative techniques and features professional artworks that highlight the...
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Classical Drawing Atelier: A...
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Juliette Aristides
 
Ateliers have produced the greatest artists of all time. This book talks about the educational model based on the nineteenth-century model of teaching artists by pairing them with a master...
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Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters
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Robert Beverly Hale
 
This instructive volume has been designed to help artists learn to draw by careful emulation of master works. The author methodically analyzes 100 famous drawings by such artists as Michelangelo...
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