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The first book in an exciting new series! Many would-be artists are inspired by the works of the great masters—and Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings are among the most magnificent ever created. But how did he achieve his effects? Choose his materials? Define his approach? Susan Dorothea White, an internationally known artist and teacher, helps students gain an invaluable understanding of Da Vinci’s techniques for depicting the human form and dealing with perspective, line weight, light, shade, and character. With hundreds of images to illustrate her points, she discusses the tools he used; examines his creative techniques; analyzes some of his finest drawings in depth; and devises simple projects for practice. It’s a fantastic resource for any artist.
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Susan Dorothea White is an internationally exhibiting artist, living and working in Sydney. Her art is represented in public and private collections worldwide, including The National Gallery of Australia (Canberra) and Tools as Art The Hechinger Collection (Washington DC). She has represented Australia in numerous international exhibitions and biennales. She currently lectures at The University of New South Wales, running an anatomy drawing workshop entitled 'Step into Leonardo's shoes'.
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Book Description Cassell Illustrated, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1844034445