Drawn From Life
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📒Drawn From Life ✍ Victoria Dickenson
✏Drawn from Life Book Summary : An illustrated archeology of the imagination that reveals how artists and writers from the late 16th to the early 19th century, most of whom had never seen North America, portrayed the natural history and landscape of North America to European readers.
📒Drawn From Life ✍ Jonathan Murray
✏Drawn from Life Book Summary : Explores intrinsic connections between early modern intelligencers and metadrama in the plays of Shakespeare's contemporaries
📒Drawn From Life ✍ Theodora Kroeber
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📒Drawn From Life ✍ Helen Birch
✏Drawn from Life Book Summary : In this handy guide to figure drawing, tutor Helen Birch explores 100 life drawings and portraits by contemporary artists. Of practical use to beginners and experts alike, Drawn from Life is a celebration of the most playful, personal, and experimental approaches used by modern artists and illustrators. Traditional techniques sit alongside new media in neatly organized entries so you can dip in and out for advice or flick through for inspiration and ideas. This is the perfect book to give you the confidence to try new techniques and explore unfamiliar styles. The human body is one of the greatest subjects in art, and one of the most varied. Drawn From Life highlights and examines the different techniques, qualities, and effects of each piece. Offering a bold, refreshing change from other run-of-the-mill figure drawing books, it adopts the unique approach of teaching drawing via the images themselves, focusing on the way portraits can be treated using a whole range of different techniques, rather than looking at how to master one single style. Practical tips are provided throughout the book on topics such as tone, perspective and colour. Readers are encouraged to discover the ways in which similar subjects and styles are executed by different artists, while also being inspired to use the tips in the book as a way of building on existing skills. Organised into chapters according to the technique exemplified - line, tone, colour, wash, shading and mixed media—artwork is featured large and luscious, accompanied by extended captions, insightful tips and practical advice. A visual index at the front of the book ensures easy navigation.
📒Drawn From Life ✍ Jonathan Strong
✏Drawn from Life Book Summary : Drawn From Life traces the erotic and aesthetic development of a Midwestern painter -- from a childhood fascination with both 1940s cars and the bodies of other boys, through an unhappily extended sojourn on the East Coast, to the inheriting of his grandmother's farm by the Mississippi River where he collects a barnful of Nashes, DeSotos and Kaisers, along with a reclusive ex-convict of a boyfriend in the painter's happily settled middle age.
📒Drawn From Life ✍ Charles Dickens
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📒The Recollections Of A Minister ✍ John T. Barr
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📒Drawn From Life ✍ Stella Bowen
✏Drawn from Life Book Summary : First published in 1941, this autobiography of a well-known Australian artist tells of her childhood in Adelaide, her marriage to writer Ford Madox Ford, her life in England and France in the 1920s and 30s, her development as a painter and her struggles to make a living after the breakup of her marriage. Includes a biographical introduction by her daughter.
📒Drawn From Life ✍ Ernest Howard Shepard
✏Drawn from Life Book Summary : The second part of the autobiography of Ernest Howard Shepard, relating his life from about 1890, when his mother died, through his school days, engagement to a fellow art student, and marriage.
📒Drawn From Life ✍ Stephen Crane
✏Drawn from Life Book Summary : This collection of stories by Stephen Crane includes Shame, The Pace of Youth, Killing His Bear and the novella-length story The Monster. An appendix contains the original newspaper report from which Crane later developed The Open Boat.