The Practice and Science of Drawing (Dover Art Instruction) Book by Harold Speed

The Practice and Science of Drawing (Dover Art Instruction) Book by Harold Speed


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 The Practice and Science of Drawing

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Harold Speed

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As much as figuring out how to rehearse is concerned with understanding the standards required to see the value in workmanship. One of these standards is what Harold Speed ​​calls "the commentary", the opportunity that allows authenticity and creative vision to play against each other. Crucial to any craftsman or masterpiece, this quality separates the experimentally accurate from the fantastically accurate. Speed's method of dealing with this issue is currently seen as a work of art, one of a handful of books from the early long parts of this century to be read and recommended by those in realistic expressions. has gone.

In this work, Harold Speed ​​moves to this powerful part of drawing and painting according to a broader perspective. He plays the logical against the precise constructive definition, the authentic against the hypothesis. He begins with an investigation of line drawing and large-scale drawing, two essential methods required for the craftsman to learn. Further sections help in cohesion and imaginative vision through line and mass, balance, boundary, representation drawing, visual memory, categorization of materials and systems. Throughout, the pace is joined by recorded foundations, dynamic approaches that each method brings to a masterpiece, and articulate activities through which the young artist can begin his preparation. Although not a method book in the serious spirit of the expressions, "The Practice and Science of Drawing" gives Naveli a reasonable assertion of the rules he must draw and their importance in making him a show-stopper. 93 plates and graphs, captivatingly chosen, build speed in the clearly show in every respect.

Harold Speed, an expert in drawing and characterized by a brilliant teacher, has long been referred to for this important work. For hobbyists, Speed ​​will foster a sense of the different perspectives that go into imaginative schooling. For the person who appreciates looking at drawings and artworks, the motion will help foster the ability to perceive as craftsmanship as the craftsman implied to see it.

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