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Explains how to make realistic drawings of the arms, legs, feet, hands, and other parts of the human body
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Robert Beverly Hale was Curator Emeritus of the American Painting and Sculpture Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. For forty years, he was instructor of artistic anatomy at the Art Students League. He also served as Adjunct Professor of Drawing at Columbia University and Professor of Art at Cooper Union. Hale was the author of Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters and co-author of Anatomy Lessons from the Great Masters. Terence Coyle teaches figure painting and drawing at the Art Students League of New York and is the lecturer in Artistic Anatomy at the National Academy of Design School of Fine Arts in New York City. Coyle's paintings have been highly acclaimed and are in important collections throughout the country including the Museum of the City of New York; the New York State Museum in Albany; the Museum of Performing Arts, Billy Rose Theatre Collection; Fordham University; and, among other notables, in the collection of Ms. Helen Hayes. He co-authored with Robert Beverly Hale Anatomy Lessons from the Great Masters and Albinus on Anatomy.
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