Twentieth-century American drawing: Three avant-garde generations
by Diane Waldman
Publisher: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation 1976
Number of pages: 128
Published in 1976, this survey of American drawing functions almost as a retrospective for the nation. The progression of the medium is traced through the work of Arthur Dove, Marcel Duchamp, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and Roy Lichtenstein, among many others. Displaying extreme variety and conceptual advancement, this catalogue demonstrates the evolution of American artistic expression.
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by Frederick Whitney - Milton Bradley Company
A great book for teachers, Art teachers and others, who want to add a little something extra to the classroom experience. Nicely illustrated with step-by-step instructions on how to draw lesson illustrations on a blackboard.
by Charles Maginnis - Project Gutenberg
If you want to use a pen to draw, this book is very instructional, and the author takes the time to illustrate the ideas, and to elaborate on them in a way that is rarely done in modern writing. The author was a proponent of Gothic architecture.
by Dorothy Furniss - Bridgman Publishers
We must think with the brush and the pencil; we must think first and then draw round our 'think'. I hope that this book may help you to arrange your thoughts. It is but a helping hand on the broad highway that leads to the great world of art.
by Graham Everitt - Swan Sonnenschein & Co.
An entertaining history of caricature, and consequently of the events, political and social, of the nineteenth century. The book gives an elaborate estimate of the merits of the later caricaturists and a complete account of their lives.