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Anatomy Drawing School: Animals (Anatomy Drawing School 2)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Anatomy Drawing School: Animals (Anatomy Drawing School 2).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Andras Szunyoghy(Author)

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The Anatomical Drawing School" recognizes the prominent role of the anatomy for the fine arts. The impressively detailed illustrations of the Hungarian master Andras Szunyoghy have accompanied artists as well as anatomists all over the world for more than a decade. The current two-volume edition is intended to make Szunyoghy's work accessible for an even broader public. The familiar high quality of the illustrations and anatomic content joins with the Flexcover and the handy LCT-Format into two new, high value volumes, which introduce the human and animal anatomy separately.

Graphic artist and painter Andras Szunhyoghy, born 1946, is a professor at the Institute for Anatomical Drawing at the Academy of Applied Arts in Budapest. His works have been featured at countless exhibitions in many countries. He is the author of "The Big Book of Drawing," "Portrait Drawing" and other publications."

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Book details

  • PDF | 204 pages
  • Andras Szunyoghy(Author)
  • Ullmann Publishing; Reprint edition (28 April 2015)
  • English
  • 7
  • Art, Architecture & Photography

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  • By Mary Kersey on 10 July 2017

    well laid out and clear instruction

  • By Alloter 47 on 28 February 2013

    If anatomical drawings is what you are looking for, this is a good, solid book. It's more about observing and copying rather than 'how to'.

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