The Practice and Science of Drawing
by Harold Speed
Publisher: Seeley, Service & Co. 1913
Number of pages: 322
Classic approach to the dynamics of drawing by brilliant teacher with insights and practical advice on line drawing, mass drawing, visual memory, materials and much more. 93 plates and diagrams reinforce Speed’s clear presentation.
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