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Walk the line : the art of drawing

Author: Marc Valli; Ana Ibarra, (Periodical editor)
Publisher: London : Laurence King, 2013.
Series: Elephant book (Series : London, England)
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Drawing has always been a fundamental skill and good drawing skills allowed artists to grasp the reality around them. At the turn of the millennium, however, the general impression was that with the wide availability of computers, scanners, digital cameras and image software, drawing would dwindle into a marginal activity. In fact, the opposite happened: the enthusiasm for digital imagery died down and the ability
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marc Valli; Ana Ibarra, (Periodical editor)
ISBN: 9781780671109 1780671105
OCLC Number: 859177849
Notes: "Practitioners: Derek Albeck (US), Isabel Albrecht (Germany), Kate Atkin (UK), Adam Batchelor (UK), Sabina Baumann (Switzerland), Bayo (US), Joe Biel (US), Matt Bollinger (US) George Boorujy (US), Carine Brancowitz (France), Marc Brandenburg (Germany) Ernesto Caivano (US), John Copeland (US), Roisin Dunne (UK), Jacques Floret (France), Erin Fostel (US, Marcel Gähler (Switzerland), Rachel Goodyear (UK), Trevor Guthrie (Switzerland), David Haines (US), Mercedes Helnwein (Germany) Jason Hernandez (US), Warren Holder (UK), Seb Jarnot (France), David Jien (US) Reece Jones (UK), Sagati Keita (Japan), Juul Kraijer (The Netherlands), Juliette Le Roux (France), Frank Magnotta (US), Judith Mall (Germany), Florence Manlik (France), Rob Matthews (US), Fionn McCabe (US), Aleksandra Mir (Poland), Shintaro Miyake (Japan), Alison Moffett (UK), Andrei Molodkin (Russia), Moonassi (Korea), Ethan Murrow (US), Monica Naranjo Uribe (Colombia), Mike Pare (US), William Powhida (US), Nigel Peake (Ireland), Olivia Plender (UK), James Pyman (UK), Qiu Jie (China), Giulia Ricci (UK), Didier Rittener (Switzerland), Camille Rousseau (France), Rick Smits (The Netherlands), Jen Stark (US), Liam Stevens (UK), Christiana Soulou (Greece), Supermundane (UK), John Paul Thurlow (UK), Ante Timmermans (Belgium), Viktor Timofeev (Latvia), Winnie Truong (Canada), Donald Urquhart (Scotland), Sandra Vasquez de la Horra (Chile), Marcel van Eeden (The Netherlands), Rinus van de Velde (The Netherlands), João Vilhena (Portugal), Steve Walton (UK), Stuart Whitton (UK), Eric Yahnker (US), Taizo Yamamoto (Canada), Hon Chun Zhang (China)"--Publisher's website.
Description: 319 p. : illustrated (some color) ; 28 cm.
Contents: Practitioners: Derek Albeck (US) / Isabel Albrecht (Germany) / Kate Atkin (UK) / Adam Batchelor (UK) / Sabina Baumann (Switzerland) / Bayo (US) / Joe Biel (US) / Matt Bollinger (US) George Boorujy (US) / Carine Brancowitz (France) / Marc Brandenburg (Germany) Ernesto Caivano (US) / John Copeland (US) / Roisin Dunne (UK) / Jacques Floret (France) / Erin Fostel (US / Marcel Gahler (Switzerland) / Rachel Goodyear (UK) / Trevor Guthrie (Switzerland) / David Haines (US) / Mercedes Helnwein (Germany) Jason Hernandez (US) / Warren Holder (UK) / Seb Jarnot (France) / David Jien (US) Reece Jones (UK) / Sagati Keita (Japan) / Juul Kraijer (The Netherlands) / Juliette Le Roux (France) / Frank Magnotta (US) / Judith Mall (Germany) / Florence Manlik (France) / Rob Matthews (US) / Fionn McCabe (US) / Aleksandra Mir (Poland) / Shintaro Miyake (Japan) / Alison Moffett (UK) / Andrei Molodkin (Russia) /Moonassi (Korea) / Ethan Murrow (US) / Monica Naranjo Uribe (Colombia) / Mike Pare (US) / William Powhida (US) / Nigel Peake (Ireland) / Olivia Plender (UK) / James Pyman (UK) / Qiu Jie (China) / Giulia Ricci (UK) / Didier Rittener (Switzerland) / Camille Rousseau (France) / Rick Smits (The Netherlands) / Jen Stark (US) / Liam Stevens (UK) / Christiana Soulou (Greece) / Supermundane (UK) / John Paul Thurlow (UK) / Ante Timmermans (Belgium) / Viktor Timofeev (Latvia) / Winnie Truong (Canada) / Donald Urquhart (Scotland) / Sandra Vasquez de la Horra (Chile) / Marcel van Eeden (The Netherlands) / Rinus van de Velde (The Netherlands) / Joao Vilhena (Portugal) / Steve Walton (UK) / Stuart Whitton (UK) / Eric Yahnker (US) / Taizo Yamamoto (Canada) / Hon Chun Zhang (China)
Series Title: Elephant book (Series : London, England)
Other Titles: Art of drawing
Responsibility: Marc Valli & Ana Ibarra.

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