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Anatomy Drawing School: Human and Animal

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Dimensions: L: 18cm x W: 2.7cm x H: 23cm

Product Code: 9783848010080

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For centuries, the study of anatomy has played an important role in the education of artists. An understanding of anatomy constitutes the basis for the precise representation of human and animal forms whether at rest or in motion. With more than seven hundred and fifty detailed illustrations by the Hungarian master artist Andras Szunyoghy, Anatomy Drawing School offers an in-depth view into the anatomy of human beings and selected mammals. This book brings two bestsellers together, combining Anatomy Drawing School: Animal Anatomy and Anatomy Drawing School: Human Anatomy. For the student, the volume's remarkably precise depiction of the skeleton and muscles will open the door to the true-to-life reproduction of the various parts of the body and their movements, a critical step on the road to artistic mastery. Professor Gyorgy Feher provides clear and precise descriptions to accompany every illustration. Above and beyond these anatomical descriptions, his introductory texts offer a living image of the depicted life forms. This effective combination of artistic and scientific depictions makes Anatomy Drawing School an essential reference work for painters, graphic artists and anyone interested in anatomy. Graphic artist and painter Andras Szunyoghy is a professor at the Institute for Anatomical Drawing at the Academy of Applied Arts in Budapest His works have been featured in exhibitions in many different countries, spreading his renown far beyond the borders of Hungary. Gyorgy Feher was a veterinarian and a lecturer at the Budapest University of Veterinary Medicine.

Book Title Anatomy Drawing School: Human and Animal
ISBN 9783848010080
By Author(s) Andras Szunyoghy
Publisher H.F.Ullmann
Pages 420
Format Paperback
Dimensions 18cm x 2.7cm x 23cm
Notes The book images and summary displayed may be of a different edition or binding of the same title.

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