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Intelligent Drawing
Author:Edward L. Chase
Retail Price:$14.95
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Dimensions:8 1/4 x 10 7/8
This thought-provoking book on drawing is presented not as a how-to but as a guide to the fundamental knowledge one needs to build an artistic future. Chase encourages budding artists to rely on their own unique perspective on drawing, stating there can be “great joy and satisfaction in drawing if you can realize that your approach and efforts have in them something of your personal self.” Accompanying these thoughts are many of the author’s own landscape, figure, and still life drawings as well as reproductions of significant drawings by other notable artists.

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