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The art and craft of drawing; a study both of the practice of drawing and of its aesthetic theory as understood among different peoples and at different epochs; especial reference being made to the construction of the human form from the practical draughtsman's point of view.

Author: Vernon Blake
Publisher: [New York] Dover Publications [1951]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vernon Blake
OCLC Number: 1615789
Description: 414 pages illustrations 23 cm

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