Human Anatomy for Art Students
by Alfred Downing Fripp, Ralph Thompson
Publisher: Seeley 1920
Number of pages: 308
The most concise, accessible guide to rendering the human body in art. Illustrations and cross-sections give readers examples of human skeletal and muscular substructures and details of individual body parts, to enable the most precise visual recreation of human form and motion.
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