1096 books (55 pages) in this category
by Barrington Barber
The human figure is one of the most popular subjects for artists, and a thorough working knowledge of anatomy is essential for those wishing to portray it successfully. With clear, annotated diagrams throughout, this is a comprehensive yet ...eBook
by PROFESSOR RICHARD TAYLOR
"Drawing and Painting Buildings" is a comprehensive and practical guide full of advice and inspiration for anyone wishing to capture the beauty of the urban landscape.Detailed artworks in a range of styles and media are thoroughly annotated to ...
A Course of 50 Lessons
by Philip Tyler
<p>Artists have always been fascinated with portraying the nude: the beauty and nuances of the human figure are endlessly absorbing. This practical and inspirational book celebrates and continues that enduring and beautiful tradition by ...eBook
by ADRIAN HILL
This classic guide by noted British painter Adrian Hill starts with a brief history of tree painting and advances to general principles, colour choices, and techniques. Its 150 illustrations include 7 in full colour. This classic of art ...
by JON DEMARTIN
Learn to draw like Renaissance and Baroque Masters, balancing structural understanding and underlying geometry, the essential qualities to drawing the figure from both life and the imagination. Culled from Jon deMartin's popular Drawing ...
by SHEPPARD / TUNNICLIFFE
For the first time in a single-volume edition, this guide combines the works of two of Britain's leading 20th-century illustrators of animals, Raymond Sheppard's Drawing at the Zoo and Charles Tunnicliffe's How to Draw Farm Animals. Artists of ...
Create Beautiful Artwork with this Step-by-Step Guide
by Peter Gray
<p>Graceful, beautiful and subtle, flowers are among the most delightful of subjects for artists to draw. This fresh, accessible book is aimed at those who want to translate their love of the natural world into vivid, accurate illustrations. ...eBook
by MARK AND MARY WILLENBRINK
All you need to get started are some simple supplies, basic techniques, and inspiration. From field to forest, beach or mountain, begin with a structural sketch, apply values and textures, and, before you know it, you'll be drawing everything ...
A Practical Course for Artists
by Barrington Barber
<p>Still life has been a popular form of art for many hundreds of years, offering a wide choice of subjects, styles, and scale. Whether you want to work outdoors or at home, with carefully detailed studies or bold sweeps of line, with classical ...eBook
Learn to draw step by step
by Debra Kaufman Yaun
Successfully drawing the human face is one of the most challenging yet rewarding artistic experiences. ...
by William Powell
Walter T. Foster shows you how to render a variety of different horse breeds in pencil, with tips on adding touches with charcoal, crayon, and brush and ink ...
Learn to paint step by step
by William Powell
In this book, William F. Powell invites you into his artistic world as he shows you how to render a variety of beautiful landscape subjects in pencil. ...
by Wolf Norbert
A polymath of the German Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) was a prolific artist, theorist, and writer whose works explored everything from religion to art theory to philosophy. His vast body of work includes altarpieces, portraits, ...
by Martin Bailey
by Klaus Carl
<p>Dürer is the greatest of German artists and most representative of the German mind. He, like Leonardo, was a man of striking physical attractiveness, great charm of manner and conversation, and mental accomplishment, being well grounded in ...eBook
by Ruud Priem
by Christopher Brown
by J B Trapp
by Richard D Marshall
by Ashley Bassie & Elizabeth Ingles
<p>Edvard Munch (1863-1944), a Norwegian painter involved in Expressionism, was so attached to his work that he called his paintings his children, which is rather unsurprising given that they were deeply personal. Indeed, Munch expressed much ofeBook